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Ladys publish books not SEFARIM!!!!
A LADY says that
“I teach halacha and write halacha sefarim ”
and nobody commenting on that?!?!? Not even JOSEPH?!?!?!
Is this an open orthodox coffee room?!?!?!
“lilmod, why would anyone mistakenly think you’re more modern than them? You are obviously very frum and eidel.
That’s a little bit creepy compliments to a girl like that.
Well thanks for saying that now, not like I agree with you, but that changes the whole picture. You should’ve said it in the 1st place
Sparky to believe in science is kferah but to learn it to see the miracles of Hashem then that’s fine.
Well,according to you, they only have two things to do, they can do anything else, and they’re frum, they can even do the things that goyim can’t. The goyim have to keep 7 mitzvos and the Jews only have to keep two. And maybe you wanna bring down this passuk that says that.
In other words this man dosn’t have to do 1-7 ????? ??? ?? but has to keep only 2 mitvos and he’s frum but a goy must keep these 7.
According to you isn’t that considered being a frum Jew?
And by the way why do you say “at least” by a husband who will keep shabbos and kosher according to you he is a frum Jew (as you said in another discussion) that would just be wonderful
Can I ask you why before you said “and everything will be okay” and now you say “at least”?
It’s strange then, that a frum Jew is required less than a goy. (the ??? ????? ??? ?? although someone as learned as you knows this).
Sparkly-it’s quite funny to hear you darshen about people who are frum and don’t keep kosher. I know that “I learn a lot for a girl” but I believe that there is a gemara that says if one is doing an aveirah we suspect him for another one. But “of course” your opinion is valued more than that gemaras. So tell me what your definition of frum is.
Sparkly-That a heaping plate of balogna. Who will she marry? If she really is imitating what she hears no frum boy will wanna marry her and she’ll marry some “mo” as you would call it. Then I wouldn’t assure she’ll go back the way she should be without a good husband to guide her.February 15, 2016 1:15 pm at 1:15 pm in reply to: Can folks who celebrate Valentine's Day be counted for a minyan? #1139362
Of course not! I only knew it was valentines day because Joseph was keeping track.
but someone told me that it’s the wrong thing to do as it causes jealousy
Are you Joseph cuz you sure sound like him or maybe you spend to many lunches eating by his house :p
No.I said I would rather hear stories of their life then not be invited of course we will tell divrei torah. I dont know about you but it wont make me jealous because I will be very happy for my friends and their wife. And look how you wrote your “question” and tell me it isnt a assumption. Oh right.Thats why there is a comma after so.
Thats a very odd conclusion to make maybe you are projecting because I didnt say that.
Oh grow up let’s not be babies. I’m a newlywed and I don’t care if the other people have it better. I’d rather be invited out with my friends who are married and hear about all their lives than not be invited out.
So who cares if he argues with lefty. Are you surprised when he is arguing with the real joseph? (No)February 14, 2016 10:55 pm at 10:55 pm in reply to: Can folks who celebrate Valentine's Day be counted for a minyan? #1139355
Flatbubusher i’m glad you have such a clean mind, but just letting you know not all the people doing that are married
Just letting you know first of all a softer told me to do so second your only learning how to write the letters after you master that you go learn the halachic parts with a softer. Wanna be more machmir than the softer who told me be my guest.
No NO NO you missed my point I was saying that i would sell to bnei-torah ONLY.February 14, 2016 7:26 pm at 7:26 pm in reply to: Can folks who celebrate Valentine's Day be counted for a minyan? #1139349
Were did you get that from
Oh gosh! you figured me out i can’t believe it.
You use a video to learn the technical writing details then you go learn the halachic aspects with a sofer. And don’t worry i only plan on selling to bnei-torah
Is that supposed to mean something? And about my title no just in the other thread people were debating whether a lefty can or can’t be a sofer so i made this title to make a point.February 14, 2016 6:46 pm at 6:46 pm in reply to: Can folks who celebrate Valentine's Day be counted for a minyan? #1139347
oh flatbusher your against young couples eating together but this is ok!?
They eat on the porch and live in the backyard
I don’t know about you but the women in our house eat on the porch so i don’t think i’ll have an issue
No not really cuz it just delays Purim.
Whats your point.February 14, 2016 4:10 pm at 4:10 pm in reply to: Can folks who celebrate Valentine's Day be counted for a minyan? #1139342
We count them but they’re 2 for 1.February 14, 2016 3:51 pm at 3:51 pm in reply to: Can folks who celebrate Valentine's Day be counted for a minyan? #1139340
And btw joseph i’m impressed you keep track of that shmutz.February 14, 2016 3:50 pm at 3:50 pm in reply to: Can folks who celebrate Valentine's Day be counted for a minyan? #1139339
Well can a kofer? I guess it’s the same question.
I obviously wasn’t wondering whether a lefty can write safrus or not based on my question. But could someone answer my question.
does anybody know were i can find online videos for a leftyto learn safrus?
Idk can you. (*sarcasm*)
I don’t know about a “Ka’eyle Jew” but someone in my shul does karate chops for every trope! (c:
It’s so funny to watch. sometimes he goes along with the baal korey, the baal korey will stop and just stare. (*awkward*) q:
I made some up but they are not relevant to “the new year”
???? ?? ???=????? ???? ????? wrote ????? his real name was ???? so you could leave out the ?
In parshas noach it said the word ?? but it didn’t fit with the context of the passuk some gedolem tried finding meaning saying it was noach groaning from his lion injury. I figured out the gematria of ?? with the letters spelled out equals ???
Yitzchuk had 8 levels of kidusha 8x klk’ (the name of hashem) = Yitchak
Yaakov had 7 levels of kidusha 7x klk’ = Yaakov
Eisav had 7 levels of tuma and 1 level of kedusha 7x tamay+klk’=Eisav
(sorry for the English the Hebrew made it impossible to write)
both of those are probably valid but I had something else in mind.