ZeitBesimcha

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  • in reply to: Shidduch Info- “check ’em out!” #663456
    ZeitBesimcha
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    My main point… maybe was not brought out so clear b/c it got buried in the details.

    How much CAN we and SHOULD we be mekabel (we meaning parents checking out or ppl checking for themselves) when it comes to information?!? Especially when we ask ppl we assume knows the candidate well but may very well not!

    Attention mothers— Are you really hearing what your son needs when you check out?!

    Are you making sure that the info you heard can be backed up? OR is it one person’s opinion?!

    in reply to: Tznius: a woman’s issue #623876
    ZeitBesimcha
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    oops, not finished yet…

    There is nothing wrong with being stylish and looking nice. There is something wrong when the only styles you can find are not nice!

    Gmar Chasima Tova

    and don’t forget… Zeit Besimcha! 🙂

    in reply to: Tznius: a woman’s issue #623875
    ZeitBesimcha
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    You know, with all the blame and all the aitzah… etc.

    I know that one of the reasons women and girls are dressing not b’tznius is because, pashut, it is just hard to find in stores. In Jewish place and elsewhere, the styles have just overtaken except for maybe a few stores in BP that sell any decent clothing for an absolute unaffordable fortune. But Girls like to feel good about the way they look. IT”S NOT ALWAYS L”HACHIS when there is a lack of tznius or “gray area” sensitivities. It’s just what is available and what you get used to.

    When I first saw the capsleeve/ longsleeve style I thought it looked very not refined and I felt like you could see too much the way girls were wearing the shells. But guess what?!? I barely notice it anymore. It’s what the stores sell. And so either you get it or like me you search hi and low till you find something decent and nice for an affordable price.

    in reply to: Help With Davening Stories #887823
    ZeitBesimcha
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    Thanks so much…. Baruch Hashem it worked out beautifully. I found a few old notebooks I had on Tefilla and found stories in many books. Thanks everyone for your help!

    Gemar Chasima Tovah

    in reply to: Endless Job Search #622185
    ZeitBesimcha
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    I hate to sound unintelligent but what exactly is vocational training… like how does one go about that? What types of jobs are included?

    How bad is it to get a job in something you really arent interested in just so that you have a job and then to keep looking for something you really want to do??

    I mean bills gotta be paid but I feel almost like it’s cheating the first ppl only to use them as a back up until I find something else.

    in reply to: New Coors Light Bottle #621941
    ZeitBesimcha
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    give me a break…. do what your name says!

    interesting shaila… go check it up all you masmidei YW!

    in reply to: Help With Davening Stories #887818
    ZeitBesimcha
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    [email protected]… thanks but where is the story from….

    what shaiches…. thanks I’ll check it out

    Everyone else…. c’mon there has gotta be more ppl that can offer davening stories and content for a shiur on tefilla for elementary school!!

    in reply to: Endless Job Search #622179
    ZeitBesimcha
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    First of all thanks to everybody for trying to help out…

    So far your ideas were really interesting but unfortunately, I just can’t seem to make them feel right for me yet (but keep throwing out ideas cuz one of them just might be a winner!)

    I dont see myself in the med field, as well as many other masters ideas besides that I am just burnt out from school even though its been a few since I’ve been there! I think i would pass out from boredom working at a comp all day, teaching doesn’t pay enough money besides for the issue of controlling a bunch of chutzpadik kids, and I would probably electricute myself if I was an electrician, and drown if I were a plumber!!! I know I am making light of this but I really don’t know where to start! Every time I get a new idea it just doesnt seem like I’d be the one for the job. Baruch Hashem I am very happy being the person I am and wouldnt trade it for anyone but I mean this is ridiculous… there’s gotta be some skill or talent i have that will lead me in a direction of parnassa.

    ok… here’s a few things i can throw it that may make it easier for you to jelp me out.

    I like poeple, I like being productive, I can be creative but I need motivation and not too much pressure, I like kids too but don’t really know if that’s what I wanna do, I like being a source of connection for ppl but I have no clue if that has shaiches to a job for me, um… what else, I am a thinker but really not into the math stuff and politics and all the brainy stuff, although I do enjoy slight stimulation, I need a kosher environment to some degree, I am ok with computers but can’t handle only that cuz I need to move around or I’ll fall asleep, I like hock, though again that may have no shaiches to a job, and I am not sure what else to say at the moment… does that maybe help everyone to help me?!?

    Oh and one more thing, I don’t have to do what everyone else is doing… I dont mind off the beaten track as long as it’s not walking around town in a clown costume!

    thanks again!

    in reply to: Endless Job Search #622168
    ZeitBesimcha
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    Well… I know that jobs are not for fun but you can’t be miserable at them. And if something is not your skill and not your strength why spend thousands to go into something you will not be good at?!?!

    Pahuteh Yid…. it ain’t so “pashut” like you make it sound. You see, I love to do for people but the medical feild makes me cringe and I lots of things bore me to sleep. I like computers but too long in front of one makes me dizzy! I like klal work but the jobs are all either for experienced ppl way farther along the road of life and kiruv involves too much exposure to things I really want to stay away from. It’s scaring me that I really don’t know what it is that I want to do! I guess I can settle for something but… I better figure out what it is… and as for the college thing, as soon as I finish my “Jewish” B.A. in nothing (a.k.a. lib arts) I dont have any interest in going further cuz I’m fizzed out from it and as I said before dont really have an interest in those things.

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