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August 8, 2016 3:31 am at 3:31 am in reply to: Why the ashkenazi schools don't accept sefardi children #1164134
Your premise is totally wrong.
And, Many of the posters here prove total ignorance to cultures other than their own and I find it funny that they would share their ignorance so blatanlty in public.
most people nowadays dont wear it out because the halacha ( for Ashkenazim) is to wear it out. Most people, especially yeshiva bachurim are just putting them out because the style today dictates as such. Same is true for having those peiyos behind the ears.
not for us. We’re bedafaka not supposed to.
“R.T. – It seems to me that dipping far too many times in a (public) mikveh could border on an Issur D’Oraisa if other people are waiting. “
What issur d’oraisa is there that you are refering to?
the ben ish chai says 7 and has a reason for each one , see it for your self
cmon use your brains, we arent talking about a chosid shoteh,
ro’eh means to see, bc ur eyes are open
histakel means to gaze or stare whith thoughtApril 18, 2012 6:41 pm at 6:41 pm in reply to: Do Online Halachic Discussions Cause Some to be Nichshal in Aveiros? #868057
look, the sefaradim do it. They DID NOT get it from the baal shem tov.
maybe other sects of judiasm got it from him, but we have our own mesorah for it.
oh and Yes, the baal shem tov was not sefardic,
although if he was the originator of nusach sfard (was he? dunno..) then he was heading on the right direction 🙂 JTOL
okay, but you didnt explain yourself mitzvagirl123,
go into a sefaradic shul and see how many people greet you and say hello, i think we are more “cool” with each other and freindly
absolutely not!! its a sefaradic custom that some observe but definetly a sefaradic thing
maybe the lubabs do it too, i have no idea , but if they do they got it from us sefaradim tehorim ( who have been around alot longer)
no (to the latter q)
isnt it RU-ZEE-‘EL hamalach?
yes and its a segula againts fires
although my friend had one hanging in a nice frame in their house and there was a fire……….
just thinking out loud…
too much generalizing………………..
this may also be the same idea as the SEUDAT MASHIACH that many sefaradim have the last day of pesach, …
although i never really understood wat the seuda is all about, we want moshiach every day!!
maybe , cuz “benisan nigalu, ubenisan atidim le’gael”,
just thinking outloud…
really? more than they would say about a woman?? no
as mentioned earlier this subject has to be judged on a case-by-case basis There is no one answer!!
not what i intended , (but why the guilty conscience! 🙂 just kidding )
no but seriously, not that there is an issue by askenazim, just us sefaradim tend to be more friendly to others, more “into ” ve’ahavta lereacha kamocha. Maybe there is just more of a focus on that.
(feel free to disagree)
BEVAKASHA CUT OUT THE SINAT CHINAM!!
Maybe a little VE’AHVTA LERACHA KAMOCHA
i know a lot of people, that are very nice, that live in many different places ( including those that are ashkenazi)
NO MORE STEREOTYPING!!!
oh and welcome all the newcomers….
Lo shamati davar kazeh ba’olam