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‫ותנו כבוד לתורה‬ HACHNOSAS SEFER TORAH In memory of

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TAKING PREVENTATIVE MEASURES : THE FOLLOWING ARE COVID-19 PREVENTATIONS AND TREATMENTS WHICH ARE EASILY ACCESSIBLE The following are the most up-to-date options that have been proven effective to safely and easily prevent COVID-19 in numerous studies in the U.S. and worldwide. Interestingly, these same supplements and medications have also proven to be extremely valuable early treatments, which can prevent corona from escalating and requiring hospitalization.

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Ivermectin:

This is an extremely safe drug, FDA approved for decades, which usually has zero side effects, and almost anyone can take. IVERMECTIN has saved millions of people in third-world countries for decades, who suffered from wasting diseases due to internal parasites. More recently, Ivermectin was discovered to be a potent antiviral, (and even anti-cancer) agent. It has now been proven in study after study to not only effectively treat corona at all stages, but also to prevent people who are exposed from becoming sick! Only ONE pill a week is needed. If you or someone you know is at higher risk, this is a great preventative option. Many local physicians have been following these developments and are now prescribing Ivermectin. If your PCP is not yet prescribing Ivermectin, contact Somech for guidance.

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Vitamin D, Zinc, Vitamin C, and Quercetin: If you don’t want to take a prescription preventative medication, you should be taking a few simple vitamins, which have been proven in numerous studies to lower the rate of infections, complications, and deaths from Coronavirus, (as well as other respiratory viruses). Vitamin D is one of the easiest ways to ward off, and also treat, Coronavirus. For example, people with low Vitamin D levels who contract corona have a much greater rate of hyper-inflammation (cytokine storm), and death, than people with optimal Vitamin D levels, according to dozens of recent studies. A recent report states that a staggering 9 out of 10 corona deaths could have been prevented with proper Vitamin D levels. A simple blood test can determine your Vitamin D level, which should be at least 50. (Many local residents have tested and found their level as low as 12!) Until you test your level, you can take the standard dose of 3,000 IU daily. Please note: For women who are expecting Vitamin D is crucial (as far as the other treatments, call for details) Zinc inhibits viruses from replicating. You should take 50 mg a day. Vitamin C and Quercetin work together with the zinc. It has been observed in our community that people following this vitamin regimen were more likely to recover quickly and without complications. For personal guidance call Somech at 212-419-8189 E-mail: somechcare@gmail.com Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for educational use only. By no means should this take place of professional medical advice. With any medical question, call your PCP.

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Support your mental and emotional well-being. Free Jewish Community Groups Now Forming. One of the most important things we can do for ourselves during these difficult times is support our mental and emotional well-being. The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit is proud to offer you a new, virtual, cost-free way to do just that. Thanks to the generosity of the Ravitz Foundation, Federation is partnering with the University of Michigan Depression Center to bring the Mood Lifters program to Jewish community members throughout Michigan, free of charge. This program is not only for those experiencing anxiety or depression, but for all those who wish to thrive.

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Women’s Shiurim Schedule October 2021 Day

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Speaker

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Sunday

10:30 AM Dr. Helene Shapero

Young Israel of Oak Park –oorhttps://zoom.us/j/186357778

Sunday

12:00 PM Mrs. Shira Smiles

Call 248-968-6126 for info

Topic Birchas Hamazon

Parsha

Sunday

8:15 PM Rabbi Aharon Sorscher

302-202-1110 access code 935059 Hilchos Shabbos

Monday

9:30 AM Mrs. Erin Stiebel

https://zoom.us/j/86079818264 password: 123

Monday

7:00 PM Dr. David Tenenbaum

Young Israel of Oak Park

Monday

8:15 PM Rabbi Avraham Bleich

16313 Addison in Southfield

Tefila

Tuesday

7:00 PM Rabbi Leiby Burnham

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/346 893462 password: 123

The Prophets

Wednesday

11:30 AM Mrs. Channie Schwab

25961 Harding Square

Sefer Yehoshua

12:00 PM Rabbi Leiby Burnham

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Parsha

Thursday

Halacha Orchos Chaim of the Rosh

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The House that Truth Built By Rabbi Label Lam

And I will make you a great nation, and I will bless you and I will make your name great and you will be a blessing. And those that bless you will be blessed, and those that curse you will be cursed, and through you will be blessed all the families of the world. (Breishis 12:2-3) Babe Ruth hit 714 home runs but only one stands out in legendary proportion. That is the home run he is reputed to have hit for a sick child, but not before having first pointed his bat towards center field. Why is that one distinguishable from all the hundreds of others? The one who hits the most home runs is also usually the one who strikes out the most since he swings the hardest. Sometimes he hits it big and sometimes he misses it big. However, when he calls the shot and hits it there that shows some modicum of control. 3700 years have passed since Avraham walked on the earth and a lot of history has transpired since such broad sweeping and open projections were made, such as “through you will be blessed all the families of the world.” Innings later, but not quite a post-game report, let’s check at least anecdotally the veracity of that statement. Not less than John Adams the 2nd president writes in a letter in 1806; “I will insist that the Hebrews have done more to civilize men than any other nation. If I were an atheist and believed in blind eternal fate, I should still believe that fate had ordained the Jews to be the most essential instrument for civilizing nations. I should believe that that chance had ordered the Jews to preserve and propagate to all Mankind the doctrine of a supreme intelligent and wise Almighty sovereign of the universe which I believe to be the great essential principle of all morality and consequently of all civilization. They have given religion to three-quarters of the globe and influenced the affairs of Mankind more and more happily than any other nation, ancient or modern.” Maybe some people remember that during the Yom Kippur war in 1973, there was an oil embargo, oil prices sky-rocketed and bumper stickers began to appear reading, “We don’t want Jews! We want oil!”. A gentile named William Ikon wrote a letter to the editor of the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph that was subsequently published in 250 dailies throughout America. He wrote the following: “Jews go home, G-d forbid that you should think that these remarks made by a few sick people expresses the opinion of all the people of America and you would pack your belongings and go. Jews go home. We do not want Jews. We want oil. But before you leave, could you do us a favor?! Could you leave behind the vaccine formula of Dr. Jonas Salk before you go?! You would not want our children to be paralyzed by polio. Will you leave behind the capability you have shown government, in politics, your influential prowess, your good literature and your tasty food.Please have pity on us. Remember it was from you that we learned the secret of how to develop great men as Einstein and Steinmetz and many others who are of great help to us. We owe you a lot for the atomic bomb, research satellites and perhaps we owe you our very existence. Instead of observing from the depths of our graves how Hitler old but glad passes through our streets relaxed in one of our Cadillacs if he would have succeeded to reach the A-bomb and not us. On your way out Jews, could you do me one more favor? Could you pass by my house and take me with you? I’m not sure I could live a secure life in a land in which you are not found. If at any time you will have to leave, love will leave with you. Democracy will leave with you and essentially everything will leave with you. G-d will leave with you. If you pass by my house, please slow down and honk, because I’m going with you.” A reputation like this is not made in a single swing, a season, or a news cycle. It is a record perhaps more impressive than pointing or predicting a series. Its promise produced a more enduring dynasty and a history grander than that that built the house of Ruth. When it will be our time to “go home” for real it will become clear that it is not for a lack of oil or an abundance of desperate hate, but rather to revel and cheer aloud again in the house that truth built. Reprinted with permission from www.torah.org This Torah page should be ripped out and wrap or bagged and discarded honorably

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A Balance Act

By Sharon Green , CPT

Try Stand on onone onefoot footand andcount closetoyour eyes. swing Countyour to 10. Now, your arms. Did you Try this: this: Stand 10. Now, arms. Didswing you wobble? Lose wobble? Lose balance? Not to worry! Good balance can be recreated. Our complex balance balance? Not to worry. Good balance can be recreated. Our complex balance system needs systems need plenty of regular ‘practice.' Have you noticed how children walk along ledges plenty of ‘practice.' As children, we walked along ledges, jumped and spun circles. It's likely without a problem? What happened? Aging, health problems, or injury slows our that health problems, injuries or aging slowed our reactive response and proprioception proprioception (awareness of our and with movement). The exercises, good news that a few (awareness of our position). The goodposition news is that a few simple theisaverage simple can helpbalance. the average person retrain proprioception. healthy exercises person can retrain For Starters: Stand at the back of a sturdy chair, holding on lightly for support. SLOWLY For Starters: Hold a sturdy chair back for support. SLOWLY perform the following exercises a perform the following exercises a few times, working your way up to 15 repetitions, few times, gradually working your way up to PROGRESSIONS (below) at 15 repetitions: then add variations (below): 1: Leg raise one one leg backward without bending your knee or pointing your or toe. 1: LegExtensions. Extensions. Raise leg backward 15 times without bending your knee Keep youryour anchor slightly Holdleg your position for Hold 1 second. first leg pointing toe.leg Keep yourbent. anchor slightly bent. this Repeat positionwith for the 1 second. before moving on to the other one. 2: Squats. With feet apart and parallel, knees facing same direction as toes, slowly sit as if 2: Squats. Stand with your feet shoulder distance apart and parallel. Slowly sit back and down chair is almost too far away to reach. Keep your weight in your heels and chest high. as if chair is far to reach. Keep your weight in your heels and your chest high. 3: Calf Raises. Raise to tiptoes. Squeeze buttocks. Hold 2 3: Calf Raises. Raise to tiptoes. Hold while squeezing gluteals seconds. Slowly lower. for 1 second before slowly lowering. After achieving 15 reps daily, try VARIATION(S): Choose PROGRESSONS: a) eyes closed b) on a thick mat/ a) eyes closed b) on a carpet carpet c) with only one hand for lighter support. Talk to your c) holding on lightly with only one hand. doctor if you have a problem doing these. Over time, as your Talk to your doctor if should you have any to problems these. balance improves, you be able perform doing exercises As your balance improves, you should be able perform hands-free. :-) these exercises hands-free.

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The Moon Receives a Consolation Prize Let It Be a Lesson for All of Us By Rabbi Yissocher Frand

The Torah teaches, “And G-d made the two great lights, the greater light to dominate the day and the lesser light to dominate the night - and the stars.” [Bereshis 1:16]. Rashi famously comments: “They were created equal in size, but the moon was reduced in size because it complained and said, ‘It is impossible for two kings to use the same crown.’” Originally, Rashi explains, the sun and the moon were the same size, and besides that, the moon also possessed its own source of light. Today, as we all know, the moon just reflects the light of the sun, and it is much smaller than the sun. The moon is basically just a rock which has the sunlight bouncing off of its surface. However, when the Ribono shel Olam first created these heavenly bodies, they were equal in size and in power of illumination. The moon’s diminishment resulted from its complaint to the Almighty. This is a famous teaching of Chazal. Rashi comments on the last words of the pasuk (“and the stars”) by saying “Because He reduced the size of the moon, He made its hosts many, to conciliate it.” It appears from Rashi that the stars as well were part of “Plan B.” Apparently, “Plan A” did not include stars in the sky - just two equally large and powerful luminaries. Once the moon advanced its complaint (that it is impossible for two kings to use the same crown), then the Almighty introduced Plan B - including a smaller moon accompanied by galaxies of stars, the stars being a “consolation prize”, so to speak, for the moon. If we think about it, this is an amazing thought. There are billions of stars in the heavens. Nowadays, because of all the artificial light in our cities, we cannot see all the stars. However, if someone who is out in the desert or the wilderness looks up on a clear night towards the sky, the amount of stars visible is magnificent. If we think about it, why are there stars? Rashi here says that the huge quantity of stars was provided to appease the moon! Why was this necessary? The Almighty could simply have told the moon, “It is your fault for complaining that you could not co-exist with the sun as equals, so now live with the consequences of your argument!” I heard two insights to explain this phenomenon, both homiletic in nature, but I think they are both beautiful thoughts. One of them I mentioned in past years; the other I heard for the first time very recently. The Ramo rules in Shulchan Aruch: “There are those who say one should make the chuppah (bridal canopy) under the heavens as a good omen that the couple’s offspring should be like the stars of the heaven.” [Even HaEzer 61:1] This is something I advise my young students to be particular about. When a fellow gets married, he has all kinds of questions about which wedding ceremony protocols are significant and which are less so. For many of these “customs” there is no authoritative source. I advise “Don’t worry about it!” However, our master the Ramo says it is a nice custom to make the chuppah under the stars. This is worth taking into account. That is why virtually all wedding halls in New York, where people are particular about such matters, have “skylights.” Even in Baltimore, many shuls were built with skylights for that reason. My daughter got married in January. It was freezing. She got married at Beth Tefilla. There were two chuppah parts - there was an inside chuppah and an outside chuppah. They went outside to the “outdoor chuppah” for the siddur kiddushin. Why? Because of this Ramo. It is a siman tov (positive omen).

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The Moon Receives a Consolation Prize - Let It Be a Lesson for All of Us Continued from page 32

I once heard that there is another message in this custom, besides the fact that it is a segulah for having many children. The idea is that the couple wants their children to be “like the stars in heaven.” In what way? This means that if the entire purpose of the creation of the stars was to appease the feelings of the moon and make it feel better after having lost its status - we want that type of children. We want to have children who have the same sensitivity as the stars in the heavens, children who sense that their mission in life is to make someone else feel better. Of course, the moon has no feelings, and all these statements of Chazal are metaphors. The metaphor is that even if it is necessary to punish a person and put him in his place on occasion, still, after administering the punishment, you give him a hug. This is the significance of the couple standing under the heavens at their chuppah - so that their descendants should be like the stars of heaven. That is the thought I heard long ago. Recently I heard another interesting thought from the Tolner Rebbe: The Gemara [Bava Basra, 8b] expounds on a pasuk in Daniel - ”The wise will shine like the radiance of the firmament, and those who teach righteousness to the multitudes will shine like the stars forever and ever.” [Daniel 12:3]. The Gemara says that the reference to “those who teach righteousness to the multitudes” (matzdeekei haRabim) refers to teachers of school children (melamdei tinokos). They are like the stars of the heavens. Dozens of interpretations have been given to explain this simile. The Tolner Rebbe’s comment was that this, too, is part of the job of the teacher of school children. I, Baruch Hashem, teach adults. They are all mature. Obviously, a teacher should never say anything demeaning or insulting to such students. But when you are teaching little kids, they sometimes act up, and the teacher sometimes needs to discipline them. When you discipline a child improperly, it can have repercussions that will last a lifetime. A teacher of children needs to be “like stars.” Yes, you need to discipline, but attempts to “appease their mind” must always accompany discipline - to provide the disciplined child with some kind of consolation prize, as it were, just as the Almighty gave the stars to the moon as a consolation prize after insisting the moon “diminish itself.” I do not know if anyone in this audience will become a professional teacher of children, but anyone who is or will become a parent, is by definition “a teacher of children.” Parents raise children, and children can be frustrating. Raising children is the hardest job in the world. It can be very trying at times. Parents lose their temper. They lose their patience. But they always need to remember that there needs to be an appropriate follow-up to the administration of discipline. There always must be a plan to provide appeasement to the disciplined child. The Talmud uses the expression “With a child, one should push away with the left hand and draw near with the right hand” [Sanhedrin 107b]. The weaker hand should discipline and the stronger hand should draw him back. If the Almighty created the stars to appease the moon, the teachers of children - which is a title that can be given to any person who merits to have and raise children - should always apply this concept of appeasing their “disciples” to make sure that even when there is a punishment, it is immediately followed with a consolation prize. Reprinted with permission from www.torah.org This Torah page should be ripped out and wrap or bagged and discarded honorably 34

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Backflow Preventer Certifier - Free LOST AND FOUND Estimates • Work Guaranteed • Licensed & If anyone has any tables or chairs from the Gmach Insured Tony DeMarco Owner Master Plumber ry. please contact Mrs. Nechama Weingarden 248.557.3444 248-477-7435 t wtr _______________________________________ Found about 3-4 weeks ago: Croton stainless steel ecks & women’s watch. Call Miriam Newman 248-763-7473. Experienced rebbi - 20 Years TRANSPORTATION Found a diamond shape earring or necklace at the all, Available for tutoring/ chavrusah Coming toShoshana NY/NJ? Prompt & reliable Shomer of shower of Movsas at the Turner home. Please ,m Rabbi Eliyahu Gold 248-968-5053 Shabbos car service available for pickups at ______________________________________ call 248-910-4322 or email sdmovseye@yahoo.com &Bank airports, simcha halls, Lakewood, etc. Late night Chereskin SignatureCPC, Black PCC Lined Raincoat size 40S. ADINA MORRIS, /7 earlyPesach morning service available. able. &Found time. Please call 248-968-3662. CRDL COACHING LLC Credentialed Please call Harry SchonfeldICF 917-776-6260 Life Coach, specializing in women- Career, n, Pre-Marriage Relationships, Dating, Life.

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