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i am also unemployed in Lakewood at the moment, (i know how u feel)
What kind of job are you looking for?
i did not even know there were career services, i just made tons on phone calls and sent my resume to tons of places… I”H i hope one of the places will call me back…
wow thank you for sharing that. I love how it gave all those examples, sometimes you know there are things you need to work on but your mind is just blank—
Also, i just heard a shuir today that spoke about a similar idea yet stressed the point that during elul we should focus on both sur meirah and asei tov- the speaker said we should take on something little each day- one sur meirah and one asei tov. i think its a good idea too…
i think they are looking to get closer to Hashem… not “torture themselves”. Also, i think it is important to remember that a person must work on both- bien adam lemakom and bein adam lechaveiro— one without the other is not a full workout so to speak. However, what a person works on should not be yours or anyone’s business- it is their personal avodah in which they are working to get closer to Hashem, if they feel that the way for them to do it is through this medium then kol hakavod- they are being mekadesh shem shamayim ! good!
wow, you are right, i do not understand and can not relate to that feeling… however, what i do want to say is that it may seem weird but a person is shaped according to his actions-adam niphal kephi peulasuv- its an amazing idea that if you do an outward action it can really change you as a person. therefore, if you are finding it hard to feel the hakaras hatov to you parents- it may help to just say the thank yous- even if they are empty- and after time you will see that you will really feel that way ( not only act it)! Hatzlacha Rabah!
i think the foolish thing here is that you are seeking advice on a life long decision from ywn Cr- if you think about it its truly silly.
i hope that if you seriously need eitzah- you go and get it from someone real…
it is clearly not black and white, the reason why some might have this sensitivity is because when married women cover thier hair they are making a statement in tznius that they are not free range any more, and that no male other then their husband should chalilah be attracted to them, therefore when one wears a hair covering that makes it impossible to tell if they are covering their hair or not, or if it is an overly attractive shaitel, then it goes against this reason for covering the hair… therefore it could be a feeling that overly long and stylish shaitels or shaitels that resemble unmarried girls may not be in the proper light of this mitzvah