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  • in reply to: If you decided to stop visiting the Coffeeroom…? #721486

    Followin the below advice of

    The YW Coffee room is an absurdity

    Member

    wants to be a WIY,

    Trying to be helpful,

    The chamelon,

    BP Zaideh,

    Rak Od Pa’am you all Shouldnt be here

    GOOD BYE !!!

    in reply to: DATE NIGHT #720167

    They did not show it they lived it. We sensed it without seeing it. They worshipped each other

    in reply to: DATE NIGHT #720165

    were you affected at all by your father’s public display of affection towards your mother? It sounds like a poignant memory.

    1)It was not public there was no one else except myself & brother

    2)Mother ???? was uncomfortable

    3)I was a grandfather already then

    What stayed in my memory was not such my fathers pat as mother’s discomfort. Father A’H was already on the decline in ?????

    in reply to: DATE NIGHT #720156

    I am a 63 year old married 40 plus years and have never gone out with out my wife. The closest thing to going out are the drives to our “out of town” children, and the Friday night walks around the block. Why do you have to go out for quality time with your spouse wneh you live it? B”H our children are all happily married.

    The only time I have seen a display of affection between my father A”H & ???? ????? my mother was once in his late 80s when Mother ???? came home from the hospital and he patted her hand.

    I and the nevetheless knew what they felt for each other.

    My childern know our feelings to each other without any overt displays.

    in reply to: The clipboard… Short & sweet #950087

    Many commentators raised the question of why Yosef failed to fulfill this Misva during his years in Egypt. Why did he never mail a letter to his aged and grieving father, Yaakob, to inform him that he is well? Certainly, Yosef was a righteous Sadik who honored his father. Why, then, did he never write home?

    Rav Eli Mansour dailyhalacha

    in reply to: The clipboard… Short & sweet #950084

    Rav Moshe Shternbuch: Is It Preferable to Speak Ivrit Over English?

    RavMoshe Shternbuch (1:538) quotes the Rambam who says that the language is not important, only the content. Nevertheless says Rav Shternbuch, to the extent that the language you speak will impact the content you discuss, it does become an issue.

    Therefore if when speaking Lashon Kodesh you will not speak Lashon Hara and other forbidden things like leitzanus and lies, then surely it is better to speak Lashon Kodesh. If however you will speak these things even in Lashon Kodesh,then he says it is better not to defile the holy language with improper speech and you are better off speaking a different language.

    However he makes a distinction between Lashon Kodesh and “Ivrit”. Ivrit he says, is worse than other languages because it was created by people who have no part of the Torah and all their intentions were purely nationalistic. Certainly there is no kedusha in this language. He adds that when the non-religious element started speaking Ivrit in Yerushalayim, Rav Yehoshua Leib Diskin decided that the people in Yerushalayim should switch over to speaking Yiddish as opposed to Lashon HaKodesh, which was too similar to the national language of Ivrit.

    http://revach.net/halacha/tshuvos/Rav-Moshe-Shternbuch-Is-It-Preferable-to-Speak-Ivrit-Over-English/3410

    in reply to: Maybe I Should Compensate The Store Owner…? #727127

    I wonder why you make this point davka in this thread as opposed to another or starting a new thread.

    In retrospect I cant figure it out myself!

    Must have been a reaction to the salt Maaser Q

    in reply to: The clipboard… Short & sweet #950080

    Mr W is a shtreimel yid. I know him personally, When you ask for a subscription don’t tell him you saw his stuff on in a Coffee Room for more of his stories see ttp://www.notspeeding.com/gs/index.asp

    in reply to: The clipboard… Short & sweet #950077

    send an email to the address at the end of the story.

    In everyday life the publisher Mr W. is an Attorney specializing in traffic tickets

    in reply to: The clipboard… Short & sweet #950071

    Good Shabbos Everyone . In this week’s parsha Yakov Avinu blesses his sons, the 12 tribes. There are many deeper meanings which are hinted to in the blessings. Regarding the blessing for Yehuda, his father Yakov says, “Red eyed from wine, and white toothed from milk.” (Bereishis 49,12) The Sages say that in this blessing is hinted to the idea that it is better to smile at someone than to give him milk; meaning that it is even better to be nice to someone than to give them something. The following story illustrates the importance of being kind to others.

    One Friday morning in December 1996, Sheppy Borgen was driving from Williamsburg to Boro Park. The corner of Bedford Avenue and Keap Street is an unofficial meeting place for religious Jews seeking rides to Boro Park. Dozens of people get their rides there every day.

    As Sheppy came to the light at Bedford and Keap, just two blocks before entering the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, he noticed a chassidishe fellow waiting on the corner, peering into each passing car hoping for a ride. Sheppy slowed to a halt, opened the passenger-side window, and called out in Yiddish, “Do you need a ride?” The chassid said ?yes,? and Sheppy motioned for him to get into the back seat of his Town Car and told him to make himself comfortable.

    Sheppy, who lives in Forest Hills, Queens, is a tall and imposing fellow with a heart to match. He is admired and liked by everyone. He was president of his shul for many years, has been honored by numerous organizations, and is an easy conversationalist. He and the chassid made small talk as traffic, in a rare departure from the usual, moved swiftly through downtown Brooklyn under the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges past Atlantic Avenue onto the Prospect Expressway. Since it was Friday, the chassid spoke of the upcoming parshah. Sheppy countered with a relevant story from his repertoire of favorite stories.

    The chassid spoke of his children and grandchildren and Sheppy spoke of the upcoming wedding of his daughter in three days. When they arrived in Boro Park the two wished each other “Gut Shabbos” and “mazel and simchas” in each other’s families.

    Within minutes of leaving the car, the chassid realized that he had left a bag with very valuable contents in Sheppy’s car. He became frantic because he didn’t know the driver’s name, only that he lived in Queens and was about to marry off his daughter.

    Later that morning when Sheppy came to his office in Long Island City, he emptied the contents of his car and he, too, realized that the chassid had left a bag in the back seat. He looked into the bag and saw that there were numerous brass pipes and tubes that seemed to be of little value. He put the bag in his office and figured he would deal with it when he got back on Monday. He, too, had no idea of the identity of the chassid except that he lived in Boro Park and had nice things to say about the parshah.

    That afternoon, the chassid went to the Skulener Rebbe, Rabbi Yisrael Portugal, and worriedly told his Rebbe of his loss. “Much of my parnassah (livelihood) for the next year is in that bag,” he cried. “How can I get it back?” The Rebbe thought for a moment and then called in his gabbai (attendant) and gave him instructions.

    Rabbi Peretz Steinberg, Rav of the Young Israel of Queens Valley and former president of the Vaad Harabbonim of Queens, was surprised to get a call from the Skulener gabbai that erev Shabbos. “The Skulener Rebbe wants to know if you know anyone in Queens that is making a chasuna for a daughter in the next few days.” The gabbai explained that the contents in the missing bag were valued at close to $40,000. It was actually unprocessed gold that would be used for bracelets, earrings, and necklaces.

    “Queens is a big place,” chuckled Rabbi Steinberg, “there is Kew Garden Hills, Kew Gardens, Rego Park, Forest Hills, Hillcrest, Jamaica Estates ? a Yid from any of those places could have given the chassid a ride.”

    “The owner thinks that the driver said he was in the chemical soap business. Does that help?” “That helps,” said Rabbi Steinberg. “I’ll see what I can find out.”

    “Please,” the gabbai pleaded, “the man is desperate and he stands to lose a fortune.”

    Friday night as Rabbi Steinberg peered at the balabatim (business people) in his shul, he noticed Mr. Jerry Meyer.

    “Jerry is a photographer,” thought Rabbi Steinberg. “He might know.” After davening, Rabbi Steinberg approached Mr. Meyer and said, “Jerry, I’m trying to help a Yid in Boro Park. Are you by any chance doing a wedding for a Queens family next week?” Jerry thought for a moment and said, “Yes, I’m doing a wedding for Sheppy Borgen, Tuesday night in Westchester.”

    “Do you know what he does for a living?” Rabbi Steinberg asked anxiously. “Isn’t he in the industrial cleaning business or something like that?” asked Jerry. Rabbi Steinberg was elated at the possibility of having solved the mystery so quickly. He couldn’t wait to call Sheppy Borgen, who lives a few miles away in Forest Hills.

    After Shabbos, Rabbi Steinberg called Sheppy and, in his usual upbeat cheery voice, wished him mazel tov on the upcoming wedding. Then, laughing, he asked, “Did you by any chance pick up a chassid yesterday in Williamsburgh?” Sheppy laughed, “Rabbi Steinberg, are you a navi – prophet? How do you know? I actually did and he left a bag in my car.”

    “That’s exactly why I’m calling. It’s not some bag. It’s got close to $40,000 dollars worth of unprocessed gold in it!”

    “What?” exclaimed Sheppy. “It looked like cheap pieces of piping. But okay, if you say it’s expensive, I’ll bring it back on Monday when I go into the office.”

    “No,” said Rabbi Steinberg. “I’m sorry to bother you, but it’s too valuable to leave unattended for that long. Could I trouble you to get it to me soon as you can, tonight?” When Sheppy readily agreed, Rabbi Steinberg called the Skulener gabbai and told him the good news.

    By Sunday morning the material was in the hand of its rightful owner! “Mi K’Amcha Yisroel!” – who is like you Israel among the nations! Good Shabbos Everyone.

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    in reply to: what would you do #718686

    1) If you think they may pay heed to you speak up in a Torah appropriate way.

    2) If they present a danger to others act in a Torah appropriate way.

    3) If the 2 above don’t apply just go about your business

    in reply to: Mother-In-Law #720216

    Shevet HaKehosi – When Your Wife And Parents Cannot Get Along

    If every time a man’s parents come over to his house to visit they cause a fight with his wife, and inevitably cause Sholom Bayis issues between him and his wife, may he tell his parents that they should not come anymore?

    The Shevet HaKehosi brings the Rambam (Ishus 13:14) who paskens that if a women complains that she does not want her husband’s mother and sister to come to their home because they cause her grief, we listen to her because a person cannot be forced to have unwanted people sit in their premises. The Shulchan Aruch (EH 74:9) agrees with the Rambam and adds that this applies even the husband’s father. The Bais Meir says that the Rambam only wrote about the mother-in-law and sister-in-law because in halacha they are considered a natural nemesis.

    The Rema adds a caveat and says that this is only if Bais Din verifies that in fact they are the ones causing machlokes, otherwise we do not listen to her because it is her husband’s mitzva and she should not interfere without valid grounds. Bais Din in that case sends someone to investigate the true nature of the feud.

    The Shevet Hakehosi says that the Rema is only talking about a case where the husband says that it is his wife that is initiating the machlokes. If however the husband agrees with his wife, then she needs no further proof in order to insist that her in-laws do not to come by anymore. This sad request should of course be delivered with the utmost sensitivity and respect by either the husband or the wife.

    Important Note: We try to convey the Tshuva to the best of our ability. We admit that our understanding may not be accurate. One should learn the tshuva to verify the accuracy of our interpretation. Please also understand that this Tshuva may not be the final word on this topic. One should consult a Rav before drawing any conclusions.

    http://revach.net/halacha/tshuvos/Shevet-HaKehosi-When-Your-Wife-And-Parents-Cannot-Get-Along/3997

    in reply to: Maybe I Should Compensate The Store Owner…? #727122

    DISCLAIMER I am not addressing this to anybody in particular!!

    There is a quote from one of the Belzer Rebbes who loathed “Frummies” ???? ????? ?????? ?????

    Lots of????? very little Mitzvos

    in reply to: Who publishes manuscripts? #718205

    Go to the acknowledgements of a book that impressed you and chances are you will find the author thanking some one for the great job they did once you have that info you are on your way.

    If you are looking to publish in ??”? you can very often find that info overleaf of the title page

    in reply to: Naming A Child After Someone With Weird Name #1121173

    This could be quite an issue in a Sefardi family. My daughter’s friend had quite a hard time explaining to her mother why she couldnt give a name (very goyish sounding) that was good enough for her grandarents.

    in reply to: Some important Halachos of Tefillah and pronunciation #1145669

    Thank you for reading.

    The effects of hearing Moshe Gabbai at Shomrei Shabbos say Thank you for listening. Is there a parallel?

    in reply to: Some important Halachos of Tefillah and pronunciation #1145668

    WIY In one of your previous threads http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/some-basic-halacha-that-is-ignored-in-100-of-shuls-by-99-of-the-kahal

    I posted two projects I started in ??”? and Yiddish I wish I had the energy to translate, polish & consult with a ???? ????? can you find someone to do it ?

    in reply to: In the Current issue of Country Yossi….. #709697

    Does the OP mean to imply that Mr. Goldstein is a guest of NYS DOC ?

    in reply to: Hagbah (and Gelilla) #1170656

    Another idea ……???? ?? ?’ ?? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????? ????? ?????? ?????

    in reply to: Hagbah (and Gelilla) #1170655

    Another idea

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708691

    WIY If you look through my posts you will see that I did not say anything about a general blanket recision of the Halacha. I wrote I can see a competent Posek use it as a “Snif”

    I was harping on your seeming obstinance to accept that this could be a factor. Not that the air is cleared can we be Mekayem ??? ??? ????? ?

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708690

    Yidel1 have a peek at http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/other-uses-for-tallesim and you will see quotes and referrnces you might want to show Rebbe (I dont mean the postings but the actual sefarim)

    in reply to: Tefillin lost on subway? #703349

    BUMP

    WIY So he doesnt keep records of who he sells to? Isnt that odd? Pray tell WHY ?

    in reply to: Hasgochos on brocha? #703375

    All the major mainstream Kashruth orgs have websites where there is contact info go ahead them and ask them for their policy.

    Why ask a bunch of “innocent” or “ignorant” bystanders?

    in reply to: Hasgochos on brocha? #703374

    Josh31

    here is official OU policy By: Rabbi Yaakov Luban

    The OU does not authorize the production or marketing of Mezonos rolls and Mezonos pita by caterers, restaurants, and bakeries. This decision is based on two considerations:

    a. A true mezonos roll must have a taste and texture which is significantly different from bread and very similar to cake. Most so-called mezonos rolls do not meet this criteria. The presence of a fruit juice, even when it is the majority of the liquid content, does not automatically render the roll mezonos.

    b. Mezonos rolls are generally eaten as part of a meal.. Even if they are true mezonos rolls, when eaten as part of a meal, the bracha may change to Hamotzi.

    http://oukosher.org/index.php/common/article/mezonos_rolls/

    My friend who spent a lot of time in Toronto told me that in all of Toronto there is only one bakery that sells mezonos rolls and they use so much apple juice you don’t know whether you are eating rolls or apples. The COR airline meals gave a sticker on the rolls advising the counselor either to wash or “enjoy it later”

    All the major mainstream Kashruth orgs have websites where this is contact info

    in reply to: Hachnosas Orchim even if you …. #703603

    Feif Un and aries2756

    these sutuations were exactly what I was referring to in my title

    Hachnosas Orchim even if you ….

    and my suggetion to help the ??? ?????? ?????? You dont deal with the guests. Incidentally I am male and I amthe one that does the laundry for the Vaad

    in reply to: Hachnosas Orchim even if you …. #703602

    Feif Un and aries2756

    these sutuations were exactly what I was referring to in my title

    Hachnosas Orchim even if you ….

    and my suggetion to help the

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708688

    Shouldn’t be Here You should really chill out.

    . And what do you call your messages to Health

    gentlemanly dialouge

    If you can find a link yourself wjy Be ????? ? I actually went down to BMG Minyan to look for it. Now that you have the link to te sefer. perhaps you can share it?

    When I wrote You ignored my previous referrences I was referring to

    WIY It may hard be hard for you to digest but we do not have Kavanah is not so novel If the psokim as far back as the Rosh’s Rebbe say ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? what would say to our Davening. We gotta do what we gotta do & concentrate but???? ??? ??????? is still a factor in Halacha.I can see a competent Posek use it as a Snif even if it is not the Aruch Hashilchon. You owe Health’s Rav an appology .

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708685

    yidel1 What did the R”Y tell you? Past nit or Assur?

    Was he perhaps referring to one of 2 possibilities

    1) pulling out your T”K from under your shirt?

    2) running around in the hallways in a T”K only with no shirt?

    Somehow I am under the impression that Philly talmidim do not their TKs out

    in reply to: Hachnosas Orchim even if you …. #703598

    oomis1105

    Thanks for the compliment but ????? anybody ???

    in reply to: Questions on Yoreh Deah, Choshen Mishpat #931127

    ???’ ????? ???? ????

    ?’ ??? ?”?

    Sorry ID crisis ! But if you are so inclined you too are invited.

    in reply to: Hot Plate on Shabbos #703397

    ???’ ????? ???? ????

    ?’ ????’ ?”?

    Since you have the resources please do a search on the topic at http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/some-basic-halacha-that-is-ignored-in-100-of-shuls-by-99-of-the-kahal

    in reply to: Questions on Yoreh Deah, Choshen Mishpat #931126

    ???’ ????? ???? ????

    ?’ ????’ ?”?

    This is from Orach Chaim but since you have the resources please do a search on the topic at http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/some-basic-halacha-that-is-ignored-in-100-of-shuls-by-99-of-the-kahal

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708683

    October 24, 2010 9:15AM

    Submitted by: Plony a Anonymous to http://www.asktherabbi.org/status.asp?P=BS8BX683M517CM3

    Please visit theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/some-basic-halacha-that-is-ignored-in-100-of-shuls-by-99-of-the-kahal and you’ll discover a new dimension in ????????, ?????????? ????????????? & ???? ????? ???? ???? ???? ??? “Learn how to say ???? ???? because even that can be misinterpreted”

    WellInformedYid ” Health, The reason I don’t give up is because you are distorting Halacha! Im not kidding you, nobody heard of this Heter that you are claiming. Your Rabbi cant make up Hair and neither can you just because you don’t want to keep Halacha. I asked your question to gateways ask the Rabbi and this is what came back”

    in reply to: Hachnosas Orchim even if you …. #703596

    Anyone volunteered?

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708681

    http://www.asktherabbi.org/status.asp?p=BS8BX683M517CM3

    Follow Up Questions & Answers

    October 22, 2010 3:00PM

    Submitted by: You (Plony a Anonymous)

    This sevora originates with The Meharam Rottengurg cited in Rema 98 and aruch Sasulchan 110 ??? ??”? ??’ ?? ???? ??”? ???????? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??????? ?? ?? ????? ??? ??”? ??’ ??- ???”? ??”? ??????? ??? ??? ?????? ????? ????? ????? ??? ????? ???? ??? ??? ????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ???? ????? ???? ?? ???? ?

    Question Status Answer Sent

    Scholar Rabbi Reuven Lauffer

    Date Answered October 23, 2010 12:00AM

    Answer Fascinating! Thank you for drawing it to my attention I truly appreciate it. The Teshuvah is full of fascinating concepts and ideas and some very novel approaches!

    Here is Rabbi Laufer’s bio

    Helath You wanted to know how old this Rabbi is? go to Ask The Rabbi Clck on Bios

    Rabbi Reuven Lauffer

    Rabbi Reuven Lauffer is a graduate of the Rabbinical Seminary, Jerusalem. He lives in Jerusalem and has taught for fifteen years in Ohr Somayach. He is an Editor and Web Advisor for Ohr Somayach’s popular weekly Torah magazine Ohr Net and has answered tens of thousands of questions for Ask the Rabbi.

    Well Informed You ecpected me to translate/transcribe/excerpt a Teshuva? Who has the time and Koach? You ignored my previous referrences. What is really annoying is your attitude of “What I dont know doe nott exist”.

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708673

    posted at http://www.asktherabbi.org/status.asp?p=BS8BX683M517CM3

    Below was circulated

    ” I asked your question to asktherabbi.org (excepted) ….. someone and the person said a Rov told him that nowadays its not a problem because people don’t really have Kavana by davening. So the Shechina doesn’t come so its no problem. I want your opinion. Is this a valid Heter or a mistake ……… Thanks Dear : I have no idea. I have never heard that idea before. The Halacha seems to be quite clear and I am not familiar with a source in Halacha that says that a lack of Kavanah means that the Halacha is not applicable. Best regards, Rabbi” See Shut Tzitz Elezer Vol 9 Siman 8, where he uses this Svara as a factor. Also notes in Piske Teshuvos 102, there may be others. I have no access to the other Sefarim, L’Horos Noson etc. cited there

    in reply to: Kashas on the Parsha #1169141

    Not really on this weeks Parsha but I heard it this week

    ?? ??? ?????? ?? ???? ??? ????

    We do not see that Avrohom Avinu should express any

    feeling over Hagar’s exile.

    2 really belongs in another thread but I’M lazy

    A good one!! The Ansvei Sdom were “frumies”

    They were wicked with the excuse that were acting L’Shem Hashe????? ???? ???? ??????, ??’ ???

    in reply to: learning boy?.. #703441

    Ben Torah asked in http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/shemoneh-esrei-starting-with-minyan

    Are there any halachic guidelines when the “short Shemoneh Esrei” (i.e. the Shatz says it before the tzibbur through kedusha) is permitted?

    I assume you are able to read the Mechaber in its original,

    BTW I will let you in on a secret the Shulchan is very easily available.

    ???? ???? ????? ???? ???.?. ?? ???? ????? – ??????

    ????. ???? ?? ???? ???? ?????:’???’ ?-‘????’ ????? ????? ?????? “??? ?????”, ?? ??? ???? ???? ????? ????? ???? ?????.???: ??? ?????? ?????? ????? ????? ?? ???? ???? ??. ??? ??????. ????? ???? ???? ??”? ???? ?.

    ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ? ??? ??????? ????? ???, ???? ???? ??????, ?????? ??? ???? ????? ???? ???? ?????? ????? ??? ???? ??? ‘????’, ????? ?’ ??????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?’ ????? ??? ?????? ?????, ???? ????? ???? ?????? ‘??? ?????’ ?????? ?????? ???????? ????, ??? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ?? ‘??? ????’, ???? ??????? ??? ?? ???? ????? ‘???’ ??? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ????, ???? ????? ?? ????? ??”? (??? ??? ?????”?). ???? ?????”? ????? ???? ???? ??????? ?????? ????? ?? ???? ?????? ????, ???? ?? ????? ???? ?????? ???? ?? ???? ??????, ??? ????? ???? ????? ????, ??? ??? ?????? ????.

    ???? ??? ???? ? ????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???????? ????? ???? ????? ‘???’, ??? ????????? ???? ??? ????? ??????, ?? ????? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ????? ???? ?????? ???? ?????? ????? ‘???’, ?? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??”?, ??? ???? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ???? ‘???’, ??????? ?? ?????? ?????, ???? ???? ???? ??????. ???? ??? ???? ????? ??”?, ??? ??? ????? ????? ???? ?????, ?? ?? ????? ??????? ????? ???? ‘???’, ??? ????? ???? ??? ????? ???? ???? ?????? ????? ??????? ??????

    The consensus of poskim is That is to be done only in time of great need. Piskei Teshuvos brings from ???”? ?’ ?????? ????? ??”? that the practice in some Yeshivos to do a Short Mincha should be discouraged.

    in reply to: Shemoneh Esrei – starting with minyan #1139918

    Shloimies Shver wrote re halachic guidelines when the “short Shemoneh Esrei” (i.e. the Shatz says it before the tzibbur through kedusha) is permitted? What is common in workplaces, simchas, and some yeshivas where the shatz says the first 3 bearchas out loud and then everyone starts the ??”? seems to be a fairly recent innovation and is most probably discussed by contemporary poskim which I do not have at home.

    Shver Leben you goofed big time!! You missed a Seif in Shulchan Aruch. You were refering to ????? ??? at Shachris. The abridged amida in Chayeh Adam is a ??? ???? no other Poskim mention it.

    Ben Torah I assume is able to read the Mechaber in its original,

    BTW I will let you in on a secret the Shulchan is very easily available.

    ???? ???? ????? ???? ???.?. ?? ???? ????? – ??????

    ????. ???? ?? ???? ???? ?????:’???’ ?-‘????’ ????? ????? ?????? “??? ?????”, ?? ??? ???? ???? ????? ????? ???? ?????.???: ??? ?????? ?????? ????? ????? ?? ???? ???? ??. ??? ??????. ????? ???? ???? ??”? ???? ?.

    ???? ????? ???? ??? ???? ? ??? ??????? ????? ???, ???? ???? ??????, ?????? ??? ???? ????? ???? ???? ?????? ????? ??? ???? ??? ‘????’, ????? ?’ ??????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?’ ????? ??? ?????? ?????, ???? ????? ???? ?????? ‘??? ?????’ ?????? ?????? ???????? ????, ??? ???? ?????? ????? ???? ?? ‘??? ????’, ???? ??????? ??? ?? ???? ????? ‘???’ ??? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ????, ???? ????? ?? ????? ??”? (??? ??? ?????”?). ???? ?????”? ????? ???? ???? ??????? ?????? ????? ?? ???? ?????? ????, ???? ?? ????? ???? ?????? ???? ?? ???? ??????, ??? ????? ???? ????? ????, ??? ??? ?????? ????.

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    The consensus of poskim is That is to be done only in time of great need. Piskei Teshuvos brings from ???”? ?’ ?????? ????? ??”? that the practice in some Yeshivos to do a Short Mincha should be discouraged.

    in reply to: Mixed-Up Minhagim #713290

    so right IMHO The story with Klausenburger Rav ZT”L is irrelevant to this dialogue. I daresay his intent was in more in line with what the Satmar Rav ZT”L told a former talmid who came wearing a grey hat with a pinch. What happened to you? I remember you as a Bachur. You were so neat and now your hat is grey with dust and banged up.

    in reply to: What does it take to be a ben torah? #704049

    Simple take it literally a child of the Torah. A faithful child does not do anything that mispleases or shames his parent

    The Gemara in ???? ???? ?”? ? is not talking about a Talmid Chacham or Tzadik V’Chasid just a Simple “Ben Torah” who learned a little

    ???? ??? ?????? (????? ?) ????? ?? ?’ ????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ??? ???? ???? ????? ????? ?”? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ?????? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????? ???? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???? ???? ????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ???? ????? ??? ??????? ????? ???? ????? ???? (?????? ??) ????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??? ?? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????? ????? ?”? ???? ???? ????? ?????? ???? ????? ???? ?? ?????? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ??? ?? ????? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ????? ???? ????? ???? ???? ??? ??? ???????? ????? ???? ??????? ????? ????? ????? ???? (?????? ??) ????? ??? ?? ?’ ???

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    ????? ?? ??? – ??????: ???? – ????: ????? – ????: ????? ?????? ????? – ????? (????), ??? ????? ???? ???????, ?? ???? ? ?????? ????

    in reply to: What does it take to be a ben torah? #704047

    Simple take it literally a child of the Torah

    in reply to: Biofeedback #702221

    Rebetzin!

    If you still are looking and live in Brooklyn a good place I use

    is South Shore Sports Therapy & Rehab a Part of Lutheran Medical center 718 9212945. My PT is Lauren a professional and very sensitive to my Tznius issues. I am starting to see results with my IBS issue

    in reply to: Tefillin lost on subway? #703316

    BP Totty

    I’m only a few blocks from 8th Ave, so I’ll try and stop by and get a photo, so I can post it here and in shul (and yes, this is also a “bump to the top” post) Photo to follow ASAP

    Anyway a photo can be pub’ed on YWN CR? A temp email address with the mod/editor monitoring?

    any ideas suggest it to the mods via ://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/i-need-help-with-searching-posting-searching if they take my suggestion of makin it a “sticky”

    in reply to: Puting away Seforim after using them #702437

    In BMG Minyan BP there is a copy of ???? ? ????? posted

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    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708660
    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708659

    WellInformedYid You chalanged me on another thread (btw I was not teasing you about the Zikuy Harabim, keep at it.but .. enough said) “you can do it too. I don’t have a monopoly on Zikuy Harabim”

    I have two projects that I started, one in LH”K & 1 in yiddish that would fit in nicely with what you started.

    I just dont have the time and talent to polish & translate.

    May you can figure out a way for me to email it to you like c/o a mod

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708658

    WellInformedYid chalanged me on another thread

    you can do it too. I don’t have a monopoly on Zikuy Harabim

    So here is something I started and never finnished anybody care/dare to polish it up

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    ??? ???? ????? ???? ????? ???????, (???? ????? ??’ ?????’) ???? ???”? ?’ ?????? ?? ????? ?? ???”? ?? ????? ??’, ????? ?????? ??”? ? ‘???? ?’, ??????? (????????? ???? ??????) ?????? ???”? ?”????”(??”? ?? ??? ?’) ??????? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????? ???? ???’

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    ????? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ?? ??????? ???????? (????? ?? ?????) ??????? ”???? ??” ?????? ???? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ????? ????? ??? ??’ ??????? ??? ????? ?? ???? ?????? (?’ ??”? ? ??’? ?’? ?’?)

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    ? ?? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ???? ?”? ???? ????? ???? ????? ???? ???”? ????? ???? ??”? ??’ ?? ?’ ?? ?’ ?? ????? ???? ?????? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ??? ??????? ??’ ???? ??????? ?? ????? ?? ????? ??????? ???? ??? ????? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????? ??????? ???? ??? ??????? (???? ???? ????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??”? ?? ????? ????? ???? ????? ??? ????”? ???? ????? ??? ?’ ???? ????? ????? ?’ ?????? ?????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??”? ???? ??”?):

    in reply to: Some basic Halacha that is ignored in 100% of shuls by 99% of the Kahal #708657

    WellInformedYid chalanged me on another thread

    you can do it too. I don’t have a monopoly on Zikuy Harabim

    So here is something I started and never finnished anybody care/dare to polish it up

    and translate?

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