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  • in reply to: Daven for you today- post here if you want us to #938283
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    Please daven for a 6 month old baby who has been in the Hospital since he was born and has had numerous operstions mainly on his heart. He is having major surgery today and the results will not be known for 6 months I’YH. His name is YECHEZKEL EMANUEL ASHER BEN MICHAL BRACHA. May he have a complete and speedy refuah shelama besoch kol cholei Yisrael and may the surgery be successful. Omein Kein Yehe Razon!

    May everyone’s tefillos be answered le tovah!

    in reply to: Tinok ben Raizel #934120
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    Will daven I’YH for Tinok ben Raizel each and every day. May Ha-Shem give much nechama to all of his beloved families.

    What a tragedy!

    May H’KBH bring AHAVAT CHINUM to all, and Geulah ve Yeshuah! Omein! Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: Tefillos needed!! Refoel Yoel Ozer ben Chaya Malka #938099
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    On Erev Shabbos Parshas Tezaveh, and Parshas Zochor, I went with a dear friend to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever (in London) and lit candles and also took something on and beseeched the Ribbono Shel Olam on behalf of Refoel Yoel Ozer ben Chaya Malka for a very speedy refuah shelamah. Also davened at other Zaddikim’s kevarim. I also said the whole sefer Tehillim after chazot laila on the night of Purim in his zechut I’YH.

    May H’KBH give his dear family much koach and gevura to deal with this and may we hear besurot tovot very soon.

    in reply to: Kapusta #931625
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    KAPUSTA!!!!

    Am still making your recipe that is GREAT!

    Missing your sound advice and hope all is well with you and yours!

    SIMCHAT PURIM!!!!!

    in reply to: Special Day for TefillaTa'anis Esther or Purim? #1143525
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    It is a segula that one should say the whole say sefer of Tehillim AFTER Chatzot, on the night of Purim, with one bakasha. May H’KBH answer all our tefillot le tova immediately and affirmatively!!

    Purim Sameach to all!

    in reply to: Your Favorite Liqueur #928192
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    goldersgreener: The Kashrus issues of the London Beth Din are dealt with Rabbi JEREMY Conway. He davens in Bridge Lane Beth Hamedrash with Rabbi Shimon Winegarten Shilita. The logo of the Beth Din is a very superior hechsher. Everything is checked out, from the pipes that feed the water from the source, the steamers, the central heating pipes that may be connected to other sources etc. Rabbi Conway goes to all these factories and speaks about his findings at BLBH to packed audiences. One year, he even described how Rav Landau Shilita gives the hechsher for Pesach on Coca Cola. Now, THAT is for a different discussion!

    in reply to: How to Stop Nail Biting??? #944461
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    Try having hypnotherapy by a qualified person who is registered. It does help. You will probably need a couple of sessions.

    There was a boy in my classs that had a terrible habit of biting his nails/skin all the time. I asked him to sit on his hands, and he completely stopped biting his nails. His parents were very aware of what was happening. (His father was the headteacher in the school!) He stopped completely within a few weeks. His mom sent me in a very nice Thank You present for all the effort!

    B’Hatzlacha!

    in reply to: Bracha on a Banana #920756
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    Derech Hamelech: Papayas grow beautifully in Eretz Yisrael. A good friend of mine grows it in her front garden in Raanana. They actually make a Haadama bracha on it.

    in reply to: Some notes about what it means to be truly poor… #1001105
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    DaMoshe: How very true is your sound advice to help others. DBM may not have actual funds, but, sometimes “donating time” is just as big and important Mitzvah. You can’t buy time, nor replace it, if it is gone or lost. Time is sometimes worth more than money.

    May we all have besuros tovos soon with much siyata dishmaya! Omein!

    in reply to: I am very sick. Please daven for me. #920144
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    Yehuda Tzvi ben Elisheva: I am davening for you every single day and I have gone to the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever several times to intercede on your behalf I’YH. I also daven at Brachos party, once on Rosh Chodesh, and once during the month, where everyone answers Amen loudly and with kavana.

    B’H your bones are healing somewhat and daven that H’KBH should grant Yehudah Tzvi ben Elisheva and kol cholei Am Yisrael a complete refuah shelama b’karov, with much yiras shamayim ve chet, much menuchas henfesh ve guf,osher with aleph and ayin, and an abundance of HAGEFEN, and may Ha-Shem answer all your tefilos le tova always! Omein Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: I just bought meat #920643
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    Popa_bar_abba: That is extremely cheap, so be a good person and tell us where you bought it so that others can have the bit of mazel to get cheaper meat!

    Thank you.

    in reply to: cheap shalach manos #917735
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    I give things that are kosher le pesach in a very cheap straw basket that is new. I give a bar of chocolate, wine or grape juice, kosher le pesach puddings, or jello’s, cocoa, mayonaise, kosher le pesach macaroons, cookies or cakes, and I add a card from a local zedaka that I have given to.

    This way, the zedaka has gotten much needed funds and the foodstuffs are not thrown away and put aside for Pesach, which is most welcome.

    in reply to: Planning a Bas Mitzvah – Ideas #917320
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    Mazel Tov on your dear daughter’s forthcoming Bat Mitzvah! May you be zocher for many more simachot with simcha in good health,and may you have much Yiddishe nachat from all your family!

    Your daughter can have her friends and close family and make a beautiful d’var Torah and include some of the women in Tenach, and how they have influenced her life. You can also have the Challah Maven (She has a clip on You Tube), come and show all the girls’ how to bake challot, which is one of the most beautiful mitzvot to do. They can all bake challah as well, to take home. You can also give out little Tehillim, hafrashat Challah bracha, or Perek Shira, or the Todah Le Ha-Shem pamphlet (which can be found for free in many shops, including Jerusalem 2 pizza on B’way in Manhattan, in hebrew, english, french and spanish) for each one.

    There are numerous ways that you can make your daughter’s Bat Mitzvah meaningful and to remember for the rest of her life. Much Hatzlacha Rabbah in all that you do with an abundance of HAGEFEN!

    in reply to: Some notes about what it means to be truly poor… #1001068
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    Oomis: Shavua Tov Mevurach!

    We are ALL BNEI YISRAEL! If I can do something positive, I shall try to do it with my heart and soul. What is worth living if we can not do good in our lives for others that may need our help?

    May we all have the koach and gevurah to do many mitzvot le shem shamayim!

    in reply to: Some notes about what it means to be truly poor… #1001067
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    David Bar-Magen: Shavua Tov Mevurach, and a gut, gezunt, gebenched Tamid! I have not been on the computer until now (way after Shabbos in London), I will immediately pass on your name and Doniel Gavriel ben Sarah’s name to the right channels to be davened for everyday. May you both be blessed with much menuchat hanefesh ve guf and an abundance of HAGEFEN, and much siyata dishmaya to accept your tests with AHAVA, much LOVE. H’KBH gives each person tests that only what they can cope with.

    Life is not a bed of roses for anyone, at any given time. You must strengthen your bitachon and emuna with tefilla. Try to say Parshat HAMAN each day with increased kavana. Try to find a second evening job or a Sunday job to try to bring more in. Nothing should be below your dignity. And, finally when one does give you zedaka, even if it is one penny, smile and say a beautiful THANK YOU! You don’t know what THEY are going through.

    I always collect for hachnasat kallot to help them get together a simple trousseau and a simple simchat nissuin wedding. Once, I went out collecting in absolute freezing, icy weather with all my small children in tow. I went from door to door, and I knocked on one door and a man answered and I asked politely with a smile for a donation. He said, “ABSOLUTELY NOT!” I said, “Thank you and G-D bless you!” One of my children, who was 4 at the time said, ” Mommy, but the man never gave you anything, why did you say, Thank you and G-D bless you?” I answered sweetly, “Tatalah, because the man did not give me anything this time, does not mean I have to be rude to him and make a Chilul Ha-Shem, maybe next time he will give something!”

    My son never forgot this incident. Many years later when he was in Yeshiva in Monsey, he related this story to the Rosh Yeshiva Shlita. When I came to visit the Yeshiva, the Rosh Yeshiva said to me, “it is a absolute honor to meet you finally! Your son related to us the zedaka story and he said what an impression you made on him that he related the story verbatim many years’ later!”

    You are the owner of your words and actions until they are directed at the person it is spoken to, then that person is the owner. Every curse is collected by a malach and chas ve shalom can be redirected to you.

    One suggestion, go to see Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis at her Hineni

    headquarters. Talk to her, or her children and they may be able to help you in finding a better paid job. She has done it for others she might be able to help. Much Hatzlacha in all that you do.

    Smile, be happy with the forthcoming birth I’YH of another child which will bring a bracha for you and your wife, with much parnasa, light and laughter.

    Gut Voch!

    in reply to: Some notes about what it means to be truly poor… #1001056
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    David Ba-Magen: Please send your full Hebrew name and mother’s Hebrew name through this post and I shall daven for you and Daniel Gavriel ben Sarah everyday, and at licht benching, at hafrashat challah each Erev Shabbos and Erev Yom Tov, and at Rosh Chodesh and mid month bracha parties where each woman answers Amen loudly and with kavana for H’KBH’s rachamim for those that we daven for outloud.

    Mezonos = Parnassa

    Hagefen = People who need Zivugim Hagunim (Shidduchim)

    Ha’etz = Zerah Shel Kaiimah For people who need to be blessed with children I’YH)

    Ha’adama = Refuah Shelama

    Shehakol = to daven for everything (Every name is mentioned a second time!)

    May HaShem bless you with an abundance of HAGEFEN = Hey = Hatzalacha rabbah bechol maasai yedeichem, Gimmel= Gut, Gezunt, Gebenched long years, Pey = good Paranasa be shefa always (and may you always be able to be on the other side to give much zedaka to others, mosdos, shuls, schools, etc with an open heart and kind word, smile and bracha), Nun = Yiddishe Nachat from your dear family and all Klal Yisrael!

    May the forthcoming birth of your child be easy, on time and without any fuss, and may the child be healthy and also your wife should have the koach and gevura to get back her strength immediately to do many mitzvos and good deeds for others, and may the child bring much joy, happiness, bracha, hatzlacha, and much yiddishe nachat to you and your wife! May you be blessed that all your tefillot be answered le tova and you should have besurot tovot with many simachot with simcha! Amen kein yehe razon!

    in reply to: Question about silver menorah #911281
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    The metal plate you are describing is a weight plate for the menorah. It helps the menorah to be balanced as it is probably a light weight menorah, and chas ve shalom the oil cups should not topple over, and cause an accident.

    Some lachters also have the weight plate on the bottom.

    Have a Gut Shabbos and a lichtig, wonderful Chanukah with many nissim and an abundance of HAGEFEN for all klal Yisrael!!!

    in reply to: Oomis, We Miss You! #1091381
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    To All Concerned About OOMIS: I have tried many times to telephone OOMIS since Sandy. I actually got through just as the storm was starting. She had no flooding in her home B’H but, she had no electricity and no heating. The Yeshiva next door was totally flooded as well as her neighbors next door and along the street. I tried many times after that initial phone call, and could not get through.

    I just spoke to OOMIS for 37 minutes, she has just literally returned to their home after 2 weeks. She had to leave as they had no electricity, heating or cooking facilities. They were staying with phenominal friends elsewhere. I told her that everyone was so concerned here at the coffee room and she was so chuffed by everyone’s concern. The heating is just starting to warm the home, and will take time for her to get back into a routine. She is grateful to H’KBH for all His hakaras hatov.

    It is through this wonderful coffee room, that OOMIS and I have been back in contact with one another, after many long years of losing contact. Thank you from the depths of my heart!

    May we all be zocher to hear only besurot tovot and to share many simachot with simcha in good health! Omein Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: Living in Israel – where would you live? #1038335
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    BaalHaBooze: You can not take the heat of Petach Tikva, Tel Aviv or Bnei Brak, BUT, you can take the heat of Beit Shemesh! Beit Shemesh is EXACTLY what it says, “The House of the Sun”! It is boiling hot there day and night 24/7.

    I would prefer to live in Yerushalayim and Tzefat is also beautiful.

    in reply to: Suicide (R"L) #901796
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    Yehudah Tzvi ben Elisheva, may your everlasting kindness for a meis mitzvah, bring you a very speedy refuah shelamah and an abundance of HAGEFEN always for you and yours!!! Omein Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: yom huledet #901200
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    I have just came upon this topic and I wish OOMIS 1105 a very Happy Birthday ad meah ve esrim shana with all her beloved family, and abundance of HAGEFEN = Hatzlacha rabbah bechol maasei yedaychem, Gut, Gezunt, Gebenched langer yahren ad yemos Hamashiach b’karov, gut Parnasa b’shefa, Yiddishe nachat from all your children and grandchildren kein yirbu, a double portion of yirat shamaim ve chet, menuchat hanefesh ve guf, osher with aleph, osher with ayin, refuot, yeshuot, nechamot, zivvugim hagunim, zerah shel akaiimah for all who need it, ahavat chinum, and to have much koach and gevurah to do many mitzvot b’sever panim yafot, many simachot with simcha this year and always, and may H’KBH grant you kol mishalot lebaych le tova! Omein Kein Yehe Razon!!!!!

    in reply to: Gefilte Kraut- and other recipes for life, through the generations #898485
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    Absolutely beautiful!!! It brought tears to my eyes, as you so richly written, about all our Bubbies A’H. May we all be zocher for a G’mar Chasima Tova and may H’KBH answer all our tefillos le tova I’YH!!

    in reply to: A Very Funny Joke #898545
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    Toi: Both these “jokes” are disgusting and you are a very sad person. You need help. I agree with all the above comments.

    Gut Moed and G’mar Tov!

    in reply to: My segula didn't work #1101046
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    My husband always puts the aravos and hadassim wrappped into a damp kitchen towel, and then puts in the fridge on a shelf. They are always fresh, even the last day, like the first day. Hope this helps you.

    Gut Moed and G’mar Tov to all!

    in reply to: Braiding Challos – Why? #893497
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    I bake with six braids each and every week, except when it is Chodesh Tishrei then, I make round ones. It is very easy to make 6 braids, and you get the hang of it. It becomes second nature.

    I make the small rolls with 3 braids and then bend the ends down, so that it looks like a flower.

    When I bake a very large simcha challah, I make 6 braids and then with half of the weight of the original 6 braided one, I make 3 braids on top. It looks beautiful.

    in reply to: WHO NEEDS A KIDNEY #892030
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    May your dear relative Avigail be matzliach in all her endeavors and may she and the prospective recipient I’YH have a very speedy refuah shelamah b’karov and may they be zocher to see doros and doros of yiddishe neshamos osek be Torah, Mitzvos and Maasim Tovim ad yemos Hamashiach b’karov! Omen!!!

    in reply to: TEHILLIM URGENTLY REQUIRED FOR CRITICAL MAN #891976
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    Mommamia22, I Can Only Try and Oomis1105:

    Boruch Dayan Haemess!!! Deeply regret that Daniel ben Dobra Zirel Z’TL was nifter this am and buried in Yerushalayim. May he be a meilitz yashar for his dear family and may his neshama have lichtig in Gan Eden!!

    Thanking you all for your wonderful tefillos and efforts.

    May we be zocher to share many simachos with simcha b’karov!

    in reply to: TEHILLIM URGENTLY REQUIRED FOR CRITICAL MAN #891974
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    Chodesh Tov to all!

    Daniel ben Dobra Zirel was still in surgery as Shabbos began here and heard that he was stable B’H, but critical and in an induced coma.

    Thank you so much to M22 & ICOT for your heartfelt tefilot! Me Kaamcha Yisrael!!

    May we all be zocher for besurot tovot and many simachot with simcha with an abundance of HAGEFEN!!! Omen!

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    Grew up in the Bronx, and studied at Bais Yaakov Bais Miriam which was under Rav Yeruchem Gorelik Z’TL, and the Hebrew Menahel was Rabbi Shimshon Brodsky Z’TL. We said each day, “I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag”, and sang, “The Star Spangled Banner”. We sang Hatikvah at the graduations, but, changed the word CHOFSHI to AM TORAH.

    In England, at heimishe weddings there is no mention of the Queen and the National Anthem is not sung. It is only sung at Modern Orthodox weddings. The tefillah for all the Royal Family is said in our heimishe shul by the Rav Shilita, but, not each person individually mentioned, and also one for all the chayalim to return safely.

    Good to see Charlie Hall back.

    Have a gut, gezunt, gebenched Chodesh Elul and a gut Shabbos!

    in reply to: Welcome back aries2756 #887086
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    MDG & THE GOG:++++ 1111111111

    B’H you’re back ARIES2756!!!

    Sure have missed your very wise, straightforward, reliable and truthful reasoning and counsel!!! Glad you’re back and certainly hope for more postings!

    Have an easy fast and may this Tisha B’Av be a Yom Tov with much ahavas chinum and simcha for all!!!

    in reply to: Reasons garlic and cubes of sugar are used at a Pidyon Haben? #886501
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    Thank you so much to myls87 & Rabbi Rabin and for cv for stating the source. Tizku le Mitzvot and may we all be zocher to share many simachot with simcha in good health! Omen!

    May this Tisha B’Av be a yom simcha B’EH!

    in reply to: Reasons garlic and cubes of sugar are used at a Pidyon Haben? #886499
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    myls87 & Rabbi Rabin: What is the source of the fasts? Where is it written? And, which is the correct number of fasts – 40 or 84?

    in reply to: bina article on acne and letters to ed in response #886531
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    1st timer: Take Cod Liver Oil Capsules 1500mg once in the morning, and also Glucosamine Sulphate at least 1200mg in the morning, you can also add Choditon (some are mixed with the Glucosamine Sulphate, but then the amount of mg is lowered in GS).

    If the pain is decreased and it is helping you, then you can decrease the mg to 1000 mg per medicine.

    This has to be taken every single day and it certainly does help. I have been taking it for many years, and it certainly helps. Also you can drink 1 Tablespoon of cider vinegar mixed in a cup of water. This is a natural anti inflamatory.

    Refuah shelamah b’karov!

    in reply to: yippee for me! #882293
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    Heartiest Mazal Tov wishes and may you be zocher to do good things with your degree! Keep up the great work! Only simchos!

    in reply to: Im going(?) crazy because of laundry #881419
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    In England, the newer washing machine have models that are made to take up to 7 kilo, front loading. My machine takes in the hot water directly and yes it has 2 hoses. But, there are extra wash cycles. And, yes, there are some machines made in England, but most parts, even on the English made machines, come from GERMANY (Imach Shemum Ve Zichrum!). English machines can wash up to and including 90C, which is extremely hot.

    We were in Israel recently and washed our clothes in a machine in the apt we were in and the clothes did not come out as clean as at home. I rewashed them at home, everything came out when sprayed with St. Moritz Well Done. Phenominal stuff! And yes, Chochandpatience, one should not use it on wool things either. Thanks for pointing it out!

    in reply to: Im going(?) crazy because of laundry #881404
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    I know it is CRAZY but this is what I do for all the shirts, and stains on tee shirts. They are like brand new each time they are washed, after one wearing.

    I spray with St. Moritz Well Done Oven Cleaner all the collars and cuffs and any spots on my tee shirts, and any other stains on my clothes, EXCEPT SILK!!! Put into machine at either 30, 40 degree C., easy care or cottons, with a capful of Vanish either for whites or Coloreds, with liquid ariel all temperatures. The clothes do come out beautifully clean.

    I hide the bottle of the St Moritz in the garage, and put back immediately after use. I have been doing this for years and it really works.

    I must point out though, that the American machines do wash much quicker, but the clothes are not as clean, as when washed in an English machine. My machine takes an hour and quarter for a color wash and about an hour and half for a white wash. That is the difference. By the way, the English machines are front loaders and only take 5 kilo = 11 lbs.

    in reply to: Is Splenda Dangerous? #873388
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    BPT: I bought a few boxes in Pathmark and /or Shoprite supermarket of PURE VIA, which is pure stevia with an OU hechsher. There are 40 sachets in a box. It is ditributed by Whole Earth Sweetner Co. LLC, Chicago, IL 60602 Tel: 1 800 824 2334 Hope this helps.

    Stevia is much more healthier than Splenda/Equal. There are no side effects, and stevia is sweeter than Splenda /Equal / Xylitol.

    The cakes baked with Xylitol, are not the same as baked with stevia. The cakes/cookies come out much nicer with stevia than with Xylitol.

    I was suffering with terrible pain/aches in my hips/bones with splenda/equal but not with stevia.

    Behatlacha!

    in reply to: SHIDDUCH CRISIS SOLUTION #874280
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    Whatever happened to “Torah Im Derech Eretz” attitude?

    I believe what BPT is correct. Working and striving for a goal TOGETHER is a basis for a good marriage, not waiting for a monthly stipend from the parents. Is it fair to ask parents to work well into their 70’s to provide for their grandchildren and great grandchildren? Work is not a “dirty” four letter word!

    I have made a few shidduchim myself, but not for money. I do this mamesh leshem mitzvah! I look at the two parties involved and see that it might work and try to make people happy.

    People ask the most narishe questions when doing a shidduch. What size dress, shoes, stacking dishes, plastic or china, shirt color, sock color, what kind of pants or trousers do they wear etc. My machatainista was asked by a shadchan: EDITED. She answered very sweetly, “if that is the kind of questions you are asking, you are not for me” and thanked her and hung up. I would do the same! B’H a million times that we are out of that parsha.

    I see what goes on outside of Mir and other good Yeshivas. The boys are supposed to be in Beis Medrash and they are on their mobiles and smoking and going up and down the street in the take aways. Not all the boys, but alot of them, and the ones outside are the ones who have very wealthy fathers and grandfathers with trust funds for all. So they don’t have to worry for a shidduch, as money, unfortunately talks. Whatever happened to good middos, compassion, kindness, caring and sharing for others, a good person to all for no personal gain, good sense of humor, cool, calm and collect in all situations? Life is not a bed of roses, one has to work on themselves at all times. And, YES I have

    true emunah and bitachon always, and I always try to see the good in someone.

    Everyone should be matzliach in all they want, and need, LE TOVA!

    in reply to: Need some Sweet Sweet Tefilos! #873340
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    Will daven for you both I’YH and also your friend (whose name you gave us a while ago)for a complete refuah shelamh b’karov nd for an abundance of HAGEFEN. May the Dr’s whom you and your Mom are dealing with should be the right sheluchim directly from H’KBH. May you both be pain free and back on your feet, doing what you need to do immediately I’YH! Omen!

    in reply to: Lymphedema – any ideas? #872500
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    Be Happy: There is excellent treatment in London at Chai Lifeline in Hendon. 144-146 Great North Way, Hendon, NW4 1EH.

    Tel: 020 8202 2211 and the Fax: 020 8202 2111

    Hope this helps you. Be matzliach and have a very speedy refuah shelamah! Amen!

    in reply to: Chai Rotel Segulah #872536
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    I personally know of a chassidishe couple who were married for over 13 years, and the husband went to Meron and donated chai rottel. He made a neder that if a male child was born, he would bring him back to Meron for the upsherin with chai rottel. That year they moved to NY (on the advice and bracha from their Rebbe), and a year or so later, they were blessed to have a child B’H. They kept their promise and brought the child to Meron for his upsherin.

    MosheKon613: Please contact me by fax with your fax # so that I may give you details personally for your sister and her husband. My fax is +44 208 808 9789. Besuros tovos b’karov Amen Kein Yehe Razon!

    in reply to: Dress Shirts #867784
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    In Shirts Plus on Coney Island Ave and off the corner of Ave J. 718 252 4488. Very realible and great shirts at all prices.

    in reply to: Yehudah Tzvi Update #873135
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    I wish you Yehudah Tzvi ben Elisheva a very speedy refuah shelama, besoch kol cholei yisrael. Omen! I also daven every day for your friend, Dovid Yaakov ben Marilyn Marsha for a refuah shelama b’karov. Omen!

    I davened for you and your friend, at the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever and other Zaddikim kevarim on Shushan Purim. I also went specifically to daven at the Kever of the Rosh Yeshiva of Manchester, Rav Yehudah Zeev Segel Z’TL, for everyone.

    May the zaddikim Z’TL intercede on your behalf before H’KBH that you should have an abundance of HAGEFEN always, with a double portion of siyata dishmaya, emunah and bitachon and menuchas hanefesh ve guf, and may you be zocher to take your children and grandchildren I’YH to their chuppa to bnei Torah. Omen Kein Yehe Razon!

    Hang in there, we are all davening for you!

    in reply to: ALWAYS RUNS… WHERE ARE YOU?? #865011
    The Best Bubby
    Participant

    ARWSF had written a few weeks ago that she got her get B’H from her abusive husband on a different thread.

    I am so thankful and pleased that you have finally taken the plunge from gehenom to freedom!

    I davened every single day for you and your young family since your original posting a few months’ back about the physical, mental and psycological abuse you were going through with your mentally deranged husband. May H’KBH grant you much siyata dishamaya, with an abundance of HAGEFEN, a double portion of yiras shamayim ve chet and menuchas hanefesh ve guf, and may you always be able to make the right decisions for the good of yourself and your kinderlach! Have a wonderful, kosher and freilichin Pesach!

    I hope Aries, who might be lurking this CR, comes back as she is sorely missed, with her excellent advice and kindness.

    in reply to: Cleaning Lady in Lakewood #863405
    The Best Bubby
    Participant

    You better start rolling up your own 2 sleeves and get some work done! Over a year ago you were desperate to get married, with all the glory thast it entails (read through the posts here, especially our good, and wise friend BPT!).

    Get up an hour earlier and do your own toile/bathroom, after all, it is your own dirt and your beloved husband’s! This is your first Pesach, do it with ahava, a sense of duty. How will you cope when I’YH you have children to look after, and STILL GO TO WORK, and cook, bake?!, laundry, ironing, do school rotas, school meetings, PTA, have some sort of hachnasat orchim, and be a good, warm concerned wife, phenominal mother, good daughter and exceptional daughter in law?

    We raised a large family B’H bli ayin harah, kein yirbu, all having long hours of kevius of learning and chesed,(hatzolah), shul commitments, school commitments, and all our children, WORK full time – oh my gasp! yes work!, and they have beutiful, yiddishe families bli ayin harah, kein yirbu, that have the shechina reigning in their homes, always happy and jolly, all the wives work full time and bake their own challot, cook from scratch, not buying from take aways, and help the children with the homework and rotas to and from school etc. and chesed reigns in their homes big time.

    When my husband read your posting he literally laughed and said B’H I have the wife that I have for the last 37 years bli ayin harah ad meah ve esrim shana with an abundance of HAGEFEN!

    Instead of posting on internet websites, CR or otherwise, watching tv in Lakewood, keep your home clean and tidy all the time, not just for Pesach. Take multiple vitamins/minerals with iron and take time released B vitamins once a day and you will have koach to do all that you need to do and more, with sever panim yafot. And, remember, that when you go to your dear parents’ and your dear inlaws’ ad meah ve esrim shana, for any Yom Tov, particularly Pesach, and any Shabbos, it is your duty and kibbud av ve em to get up to help all the time, with a smile. Don’t expect older people or other siblings to do it. Set the table, help to serve, clear up after yourselves and others, wash the dishes, take out the garbage/rubbish, help to heat up the cooked foods, and help to peel vegetables, make salads, cook, and help to look after the nieces and nephews, play with them and take them out for walks and activities, all with a big SMILE and have HAKAROS HATOV!!

    Don’t kvetch and put on a long face! Your parents’ and inlaws’ are not your maid! They don’t have to be your korpon Pesach! Time is so short and be grateful that you have them ad meah ve esrim shana!!! Amen!

    in reply to: Homoepathic & Naturapathic Medicine #860964
    The Best Bubby
    Participant

    I certainly do believe in Homeopathic medicines.

    Once i had a bad ear infection and was on antibiotics for weeks on end, literally. While using the antibiotics, my stomach was starting to hurt me etc. After this, when my ear or throat hurts or glands, or a cold starts to come on, coughing etc, I take PROPOLIS EXTRACT 30, which comes from bees, and take 8 drops 3X a day, for one day, and it is gone, no pain, no hassle, and no conventional antibiotics, which one can build up a resistance to. I literally, don’t go anywhere, when I travel without it. It is worth every single penny.

    I have recommended this to so many people, including a neighbor’s 90 year old mother K’H, bli ayin harah, when she had terrible congestion two months ago. I gave her this Propolis Extract 30, also Sambucol Forte ( made with elderberries, which has a very high concentrated dosage of Vitamin C), chelated zinc, and she took 2 doses, and she was completely healed and better by the next day literally. Her own son, who is a medical doctor came to visit his mom literally the next day and he called me to thank me for coming in to give his mom the homeopathic medicines, which he believes in.

    For anyone who would like to have information about Propolis Extract 30 – this wonder drug from bees, here is the info. And, no, I don’t have shares in the company! www. comvita.com or [email protected] The phone is NZ 0800 504 959,

    Taiwan 0800 300 886, Japan 045 905 5125, Hong Kong 2579 1228, Australia 1800 466 392 or write to: Comvita New Zealand Ltd, Wilson Road South, Bay of Plenty 3071 New Zealand.

    Hope this helps!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858691
    The Best Bubby
    Participant

    Blinky and oomis1105: We all need to practice more ahavas yisrael so that we can have the final Geulah ve Yeshuah. Thank you for all your brachos, may they be mekayam always for all!!! I had such a good feeling when I finished davening at all the kevarim. If every single person in the world, would do their hishtadlus to do more ahavas yisrael and chessed without any personal or monetary gain, we would all be better off.

    May we all meet at simachos with much simcha b’karov in good health! Amen!

    in reply to: flowers? or too soon? #858744
    The Best Bubby
    Participant

    Heartiest Mazal Tov wishes to you and your Kallah! May you be zocher to build a bayit neeman b’yisrael le she uletiferet le yisrael and you should raise dorot and dorot of Yiddishe neshamot be karov Amen!

    What wonderful news!!!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858688
    The Best Bubby
    Participant

    To All the Posters Who Sent The Best Bubby Faxes With Names To Daven For At The Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL Kever:

    I have just returned from davening at the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL Kever, The two Sons of the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Lebowitz Z’TL(The Holisher Rebbe), Reb Yudel Horowitz Z’TL(only spoke what was absolutely necessary and davened all his life at netz), and Rabbi Ashkenaszy Z’TL(The Stanislaver Rebbe of London). I have lit many, many candles at every kever and was mispallel for all the names sent, and more. I had left home at 7:10 a.m. and returned home 11:30 a.m. I was davening for over 3 hours. May every Tefilla be heard by H’KBH and answered sweetly and affirmatively immediately.

    May all the Rebbeim Z’TL be meilizim yesharim for all klall yisrael for refuos, yeshuos, nechamos, zivuggim hagunim, zerah shel kaaimah, and parnasa tova and for all that is needed by each and every individual Amen Kein Yehe Razon!

    May we all be zocher for besuros tovos be karov!

    Have a warm, and wonderful Gut Shabbos!

    in reply to: Shidduch segulah One I have not seen before #858687
    The Best Bubby
    Participant

    To the poster from 718… who sent a 2 page fax with the 30 names listed some typed, some hand written in Hebrew and English, it has been received. I will I’YH add the names to the long list to daven for at the Shotzer Rebbe Z’TL kever on Shushan Purim I’Y. May all our tefillot be answered sweetly and affirmatively be karov!!!

    Simchas Purim to all!!

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