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  • in reply to: Tznius in brooklyn #1087360

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    Cut the Brooklyn game, I see same issue in Monsey and Lakewood! (Gulp!)

    in reply to: What are we telling our children???!!! #785670

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    In order to assist parents in speaking to your children about this horrific tragedy, we are setting up a conference call for 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time where you can call in and listen to directions on how to speak to your kids.

    To access the call, kindly dial. (209) 647-1600 and when prompted, enter the Participant access code: 236682.

    Please note that there are only 1,000 people who can dial in, so if you maxed out and are unable to join, a recording of the call will be posted on various websites as soon as we are done with the call.

    Should you have any questions during the call, kindly email them to yhprojectyes@GMAIL.com and I will do my best to address them during

    the call.

    Rabbi Simcha Scholar and the crisis team of Chai Lifeline will be on the call

    in reply to: Mechitza at weddings #1088805

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    That proof from the Korbon Pesach is amazing, so why Taka do chasidim eat separately at home.

    in reply to: Shalom Bayis in our community #740338

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    Does anyone think that more formal “education” for both men and and women prior to marriage will allow men to be more satisfied with what they have at home?

    in reply to: The name Shira – A Problem? #1160710

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    Rav Chaim’s own name is not a biblical name. Chaim is an expression just like Shira

    in reply to: What to do this weekend #732525

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    Anyone go to Great Wolf Lodge? Is it seperate times or do men and women go together?

    in reply to: School Uniforms or No? #729017

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    Uniforms are great to keep down competition and maximize tznius. However, uniforms are a very powerful tool to keep achdus and teamwork. Uniforms are not a jewish concept. Many private catholic schools have uniforms. Sports team have uniforms. Stores, mailmen, garbage men have uniforms. Uniforms makes you feel like you belong to something. Uniforms create achdus and teamwork. Girls have plenty of time on weekends and summer to express themselves.

    in reply to: Divorce Crisis #697250

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    Anyone think that better education for marital relations will help the cause?

    in reply to: Women Davening on Train #620522

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    Thank you jjgirl and eichnaflu!!! People just want to respond with emotion and attack any blogger as holier than thou!! There is a very clear differnce between davening and learning!! there is a differnce when something attracts attention!! and there is a differnce if it can be done at home by waking up 10 minutes earlier!!

    in reply to: Women Davening on Train #620513

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    lets get it straight: Davening is something that could be done at home and learning is just a way to get through the train ride.

    in reply to: Women Davening on Train #620509

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    1)tzippi, I don’t think you can compare learning to davening. As others have noted learning is a way to make your commute productive and davening is something that should be done in a place where one can concentrate and have proper kavanah

    2)native israel, No one is saying girls have to daven in a shul, but not in a mokem teumah like the train.

    3) Jewess, nice story, there is a similar story with Reb Yaakov learning on a lounge chair. However that wasnt a mokem tuema!

    4)Yossi G., You are correct there are bigger fish to fry out there, but your comment applies to every topic in this forum. This forum is not to solve life’s biggest obstacles but rather to vent issues on one’s mind.

    5)Jphone,nice assumption, but you are talking to someone who learns the daf daily on the train! so much for being judgemental

    6) rabbi of berlin, thats exactly my point they dont have to daven on the train as they are not bound by a schedule. Daven at home!

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