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THE SHOWERING OF BRACHOS

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A STRIKE OF SHAME

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FREE ISSUE 53 SEPTEMBER 23, 2020

‫פרשת האזינו‬ ‫ה’ תשרי תשפ”א‬

THE SHOWERING OF BRACHOS

HOW TO HOLD A CHICKEN

A STRIKE OF SHAME

Insight into the timeless ritual of Birchas Kohanim

Keep your kapparah calm and harm-free with these simple tips

Would I ever be able to cleanse myself of guilt?

EXQUISITE AND UNIQUE USHPIZIN DESSERTS Greet the honored guests with these lovely spins off the classics

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‫אונטערסאנטע ביאגראפיע געשריבן דורך‬ ‫דעם בארימטן עסקן ר׳ יעקב ליפשיץ זצ״ל‬ ‫ די אידיש‪-‬לעבן און איבערלעבענישן‬ ‫אין רוסלאנד ‪ 100-250‬יאר צוריק‬ ‫ די השכלה‪ ,‬זייער ציל און השפעה‪,‬‬ ‫און די מערכה דורך די גדולי ישראל‪.‬‬ ‫ מסירת‪-‬נפש׳דיגע עסקנות לטובת‬ ‫כלל ישראל ‪ -‬וואס דער שרייבער‬ ‫איז געווען גאר אקטיוו פארמישט‪.‬‬ ‫ קאנטעניסטן דערציילן זייער‬ ‫טרויעריג‪-‬שפאנענדע לעבן‬

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‫ניי‬

‫אינטערסאנטע‬ ‫משלים‬ ‫מרבותינו הק׳ אויף‬ ‫ימים נוראים‬

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‫א‬ ‫רוחני‬ ‫וג‬ ‫תענ ר יונג‬ ‫א‬ ‫פ אלט‬ ‫און‬

‫חסידישעהיסטאריע‬ ‫דיחסידישע‬ ‫די‬ ‫היסטאריע‬ ‫כללישראל‬ ‫אויףכלל‬ ‫השפעהאויף‬ ‫ליכטיגעהשפעה‬ ‫אירליכטיגע‬ ‫איר‬ ‫ישראל‬

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WEEK 2:

ENTERING THE BEIS HAKNESSES As we approach our beis haknesses, nearing the doors and the moment of entry into this makom tefillah, let’s hit “pause” and stop for a moment. How does a person enter such a place? Let’s remember that we’re not dealing with a random room that conveniently works out as a predetermined meeting place. We’re talking about the home of Hakadosh Baruch Hu. How would you enter the CEO’s office? How would you walk into any important meeting? The first halacha in this regard is one of self-inspection. Is your appearance up to par for an executive meeting? The Shulchan Aruch tells us that a person should ensure, “Shelo yehei alav v’lo al bigadav shum lichluch” — that there is nothing dirty either on himself or on his clothing. Make sure your hands are clean. Make sure your shirt doesn’t have a stain. Make sure your footwear isn’t covered in mud. Now, there is an important point here. We are discussing the laws of beis haknesses — the physical room, not the laws of tefillah — actual prayer. It is within this body of halacha that we are given instruction regarding how to enter. In other words, the manner and mannerisms of proper respect hold true even if one has no intention of engaging in tefillah. Let’s say you keep your tefillin in shul and now need


to retrieve them at 2 a.m. before catching a red-eye flight. You head on over to your shul. There’s no tefillah happening, and the place is completely deserted. Stop. You’re entering a special place. Make sure you look appropriate, and only then enter. Truly, though, the pre-entry self-inspection goes much further. Halacha tells us that as we enter our shuls, it’s not enough to focus on our physical state, ensuring we look properly presentable. Before stepping inside, we need to focus on the internal, entering with the proper frame of mind. As described by the Mishnah Berurah:[1] “Kodem boi’oy libeis haknesses… v’yargish v’yirsa atzmo b’hichnaso l’beis haknesses meirov pachdo v’yamtin v’yish’heh me’at v’yomer ‘v’ani b’rov chasdecha avo veisecha eshtachaveh el heichel kodshecha b’yirasecha’ v’achar kach yikanos.” Loosely translated: Before entering, stop for a moment. Try to feel the intense reverence, the awe, of coming into such a place. Focus on this feeling, and say the words “Va’ani b’rov chasdecha avo veisecha, eshtachaveh el heichal kodshecha b’yirasecha” – By virtue of Your kindness, I am stepping into Your house. I am coming to Your dedicated place of kedusha to serve you with trepidation. Only then shall you enter.[2] Let’s have a look at what we are saying. There are two components here. One is that of “eshtachaveh … b’yirasecha.” I am here to serve You with awe. Not with a casualness, but with the seriousness and gravity brought about by awareness of where I am and what I’m doing. This element will necessarily cause me to act differently when in the confines of this unique place, limiting my speech to that of proper value, restricting mundane activities such as eating and sleeping, and affecting the very way I carry myself. But there is yet another component, and it comes before the element of yirah, awe. “Va’ani b’rov chasdecha avo veisecha.” I look to Hakadosh Baruch Hu and say, “I’m coming into Your home, and I’m truly aware that it is only in Your great kindness that You are letting me in.” Hashem very much wants us to be here, but at the end of the day, it’s a tremendous gift He’s granting us. Think of parents offering their children an invitation to come for Pesach. Yes, every parent wants their child home and cherishes the time spent together. Yet, it would

Before walking into shul, stop. Stop and say the words, “Va’ani b’rov chasdecha avo veisecha, eshtachaveh el heichal kodshecha b’yirasecha.” Stop and think how fortunate you are that He is opening the doors and inviting you in. take a completely unappreciative and rather clueless child to simply barge into his parents’ home without a thought, as if all is owed to him. At the very least, basic decency would require that a child act in a way his parents will appreciate, avoiding trampling on the way they run their household. Hakadosh Baruch Hu loves us tremendously, and wants nothing more than for us to draw close to Him. Yet it would be foolish to simply take that for granted and not stop to realize what He is gifting us: a chance to walk into His home, day after day. Certainly, it would at least obligate us to act appropriately while in His home. Of these two components, our thought process tends to gravitate toward the yirah element. We generally focus on and seek to improve in this regard. Our commitments often involve refraining from speech during tefillah, avoiding dealing in business matters in shul and the like. Focusing on the gratitude, the “I’m so glad to be here. Thank You for the opportu-

IN SUMMATION: 1. Before entering a beis haknesses — be it at the time of tefillah or at another time — one should take care to make certain that both his person and clothing are free of dirt, stains or anything unbefitting. 2. As you arrive each morning for Shacharis, stop before you enter and reflect on the awesomeness of the place you are about to enter. Say the words, “Va’ani b’rov chasdecha avo veisecha, eshtachaveh el heichal kodshecha b’yirasecha,” with gratitude, in appreciation that we are being invited to return.

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nity!” aspect? Not so much. And indeed, this is quite understandable. After all, it’s hard not to take something for granted when you’ve had it your entire life. Now, after dealing with months of our shuls being shuttered, I do believe we’ve gained a level of appreciation in this regard. We had our minyanim — in yards, driveways, porches or other. We had our minyanim, but no beis haknesses. As much as we wanted to return, Hakadosh Baruch Hu was telling us no. It’s not something automatic. And now that He’s reopened the doors to let us in, we realize the favor we had been receiving all along. Many people have been looking to accept upon themselves something tangible, a concrete improvement in their lifestyle, as a way to show Hakadosh Baruch Hu that we are taking the messages of the last few months seriously. We understand that He wants us to improve, and would like to take a positive step forward to answer the call. Perhaps this would be something small yet significant, easy enough to be practically doable yet meaningful enough to effect real change. Before walking into shul, stop. It takes only a few seconds. Stop and say the words, “Va’ani b’rov chasdecha avo veisecha, eshtachaveh el heichal kodshecha b’yirasecha.” Stop and think how fortunate you are that He is opening the doors and inviting you in. Think back to the emotion you felt the first time you walked through the doors of your reopened shul. Then, with a feeling of gratitude, step into His home, ready for a meaningful conversation with Him.

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“Hello? Hello?” The woman on the other end sounded impatient. “Yes, hello, I hear you.” Elisheva replied. “Good, good. Is this the Potolsky residence?” “Yes, it is.” “Are you the ones from the sefer Torah?” “I’m sorry?” Not that Elisheva didn’t know what she was referring to, but the sentence was worded so strangely, and the tone was so accusing, as though she was asking, “Are you the ones from the famous robbery?” or something like that. “Well, ‘sorry’ might be a very good thing for you to say, but we’re not up to there yet. Let’s start at the beginning: Are you the donors of the sefer Torah?” Her syntax had improved somewhat, but the tone was the same — somewhat aggressive. “May I ask who’s calling?” Elisheva asked as she leaned back in her chair. The caller was silent for a moment. “Why?” she asked. “Because something about this call sounds strange to me, so I’d like to conduct it in a normal way, step by step.” Again there was silence. “You’re right,” the woman said, the slightest bit contrite now. “I

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am very angry, but it’s possible that you’re not the one I’m angry at. So, my name is Blumi Hartstein. I want to know if you’re donating a sefer Torah to the Yotzei Eretz Chanichei Hayeshivos community in Romema?” “Yotzei Eretz?” “It’s actually an acronym for Aram Tzova. You know, the Halabi community.” “Oh, yes. That’s us.” Elisheva stood up and went over to the railing. “How did you get to me?” “Dweck, their gabbai, gave my husband your name.” “I see. So, how can I help you, Mrs. Hartstein?” “Do you have a son, a yeshivah bachur, about twenty or twentyone years old?” “No.” “No?” “I have an eighteenyear-old son.” “Eighteen? Um… could be. Does he learn mishnayos for niftarim at night?” “What?!” “Does he learn mishnayos for deceased people at night? You know, when the levayah only takes place the next morning.” “Not at all.” This phone call was getting more bizarre by the second. “No?” The singular syllable was enough to indicate to Elisheva that the woman’s voice had faltered somewhat. “No…?” Until now, Elisheva had felt under attack, without knowing why. But now she suddenly sensed something weak and fragile about the caller. “No,” she repeated in a gentle tone. “I’m sorry.” “You’re sorry? What about?” “That I can’t help you.” “Well, maybe you can still help me, even if it’s not your son.” “Who is not my son?” There was clearly something not right with this woman. “The bachur whom I gave the

envelope to.” “Envelope?” “Yes. You don’t know anything about it?” Elisheva tried to remember. “No,” she said calmly. The woman’s voice sharpened again. “Then how did our silver yad ‘mysteriously’ make its way to you, Mrs. Potolsky?” ***** “One mystery has been resolved, but only partially, in my opinion.” Elisheva leaned on the couch and sorted men’s shirts for ironing. “So it seems that one of our old neighbors’ sons got the envelope from this woman, and his younger brother or sister must have found it and then came down to our apartment to

“He must have lost it.” “So how did he not try to search for it? How come he didn’t get back to Mrs. Hartstein, at least to apologize? Let her know? Why did he just disappear?” “As long as we don’t know what happened, how can we judge him? The main thing is that the yad was now found. She gave you some signs?” Elisheva smiled. “Yes, but she’d already seen the picture of it.” “One small, blurred picture. But you said that she knew the exact size, and that it’s smaller than the standard yad.” “Right.” Elisheva became thoughtful. “This story is so strange.” She placed one of Binyamin’s shirts in the pile. “I’m trying to think who from our old building could have done it. There are three bachurim of the right age, but it’s certainly not Brody’s son. His parents wouldn’t let him do such a thing.” “Which thing?” “To go learn for niftarim in the middle of the night…” “He’s twenty-three already, isn’t he?” “Still. I don’t think it’s a place for a yeshivah bachur, and I’m sure that Chaya Brody agrees with me about that. Their home is one with a very strong chinuch. Not that I mean to say anything about the others…” “So do you want to call the other two families?” “Why? The yad will be returned to its owner.” “And we’ve found one solution to one of these recent mysteries…” He chuckled and stood up. “You know, it’s likely that the other things are as simple as they seem, and there’s nothing mysterious about them.” She looked at him questioningly. “Are you sure?” “Sure? I can’t be sure about something I don’t know. But I imagine so.”

“You’re right,” the woman said, the slightest bit contrite now. “I am very angry, but it’s possible that you’re not the one I’m angry at.”

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play with it one afternoon. You know, we often hosted lots of kids in the afternoons…” “Yes,” Eliyahu said, listening attentively. “And it’s possible that the bachur did not see our ads about the yad that we found, because he’s in yeshivah. And his parents didn’t know about it. And the little boy or girl doesn’t know how to read.” “Okay.” Eliyahu shook his head slowly from side to side. “But it’s also possible that the bachur himself read the ads, but just didn’t know what was in the envelope that he had been given.” “But he should know that he hadn’t returned the envelope to its owner, no?”


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knew that Gitty was expecting her to join, as she usually did at this hour. But she could not keep this strange story bottled up anymore. “She saw the picture of the yad in the newsletter of the Halabi community. They wrote about the sefer Torah and asked us for a picture of it and of the silver yad. The yad belonged to this woman’s father.” “But how did it land under our fridge?” Although more than a year and a half had passed since her marriage, Miri still called the refrigerator in her parents’ home “our fridge.” “Do you know her, Mommy? Has she ever visited?” “No, I don’t know her. I’m not sure how it ended up in our house. This Mrs. Hartstein told me that she gave the yad in a closed envelope to a bachur who came to learn mishnayos at her parents’ house the night before her father’s levayah. The bachur later disappeared, without her knowing who he is or how to get hold of him.” “Nu?” Miri suddenly sounded tense, strained. Strange. “It was funny — the first thing she asked me was if I have a son who learns mishnayos at night for dead people.” Elisheva smiled to herself as she mentally replayed the call, which had started off so badly but ended with good wishes on both sides. “She was very disappointed to learn that I do not, but was encouraged when she realized that it doesn’t change the fact that the yad is apparently the same one we found. How it got to us? That’s a question we still can’t answer.” “But you do have one, Mommy.” Miri’s voice sounded even stranger. “What do I have? An answer?” Elisheva took out her container of cut-up vegetables from her bag, hoping that Gitty would pick up on the movement from a distance and realize she was on her way to sit down next to her. “No,” Miri said. Standing in her kitchen, she tightened her grip on the potato masher. “You do have a son who learns at night for niftarim.” To be continued...


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1 cup plus 1 T. flour

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2 T. cocoa ¼ tsp. salt CHOCOLATE FILLING ¾ cup whip topping (unwhipped)

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More than 3,300 years ago, at the Chanukas HaMishkan, Aharon Hakohen lifted his hands and uttered the eternal words, “Yevarechecha Hashem v’yishmerecha… v’yasem lecha shalom.”

When the Beis Hamikdash stood in its full glory, part of the avodah of the Kohanim was saying these timeless words before throngs of Yidden waiting to be blessed. After the morning korbanos, the Kohanim would ascend a duchan — a platform; hence the Yiddish term for Birchas Kohanim: duchening. And, to this very day, the Kohanim continue to shower Klal Yisroel with blessings, using this power inherited from Aharon Hakohen.

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The brachos of the Kohanim must be transmitted joyously. In chutz la’aretz, we receive the brachos at peak times of simchah — on yom tov. This includes Yom Kippur, when we are granted this privilege. On this holiest of days, our hearts should overflow with joy at the opportunity for a complete kapparah. Sefardim throughout the world, along with Ashkenazim throughout Eretz Yisroel, are fortunate to receive these blessings daily. Every morning during Shacharis and every time Tefillas Mussaf is recited, the Kohanim approach the front of the shul, turn to face the mispallelim and utter the holy words. In other places in Eretz Yisroel, such as much of Tzfas, Birchas Kohanim is generally recited each Shabbos, but not daily. Tzaddikim tell us that as the heart of the world, Eretz Yisroel serves as the conduit for all bracha. The blessings shared by the Kohanim every day flow throughout the entire world, showering bracha on Yidden, wherever they may be. In truth, as one of the 613 mitzvos, one would think that Birchas Kohanim should be done every day, everywhere. Alas, it seems that aside from the technical reasons that affect Ashkenazim in chutz la’aretz

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The blessings shared by the Kohanim every day flow throughout the entire world, showering bracha on Yidden, wherever they may be.

duchening only on yom tov, there seem to be mysterious obstacles, too. The Vilna Gaon had a great desire for the Kohanim to confer their brachos daily in his hometown. One day it was announced that the following morning, the Kohanim would duchen. That very afternoon, though, the Gaon was arrested by government authorities. It seems that in Shamayim, he was prevented from enacting his holy desire. Later, his talmid Rav Chaim of Volozhin also wished to institute Birchas Kohanim as a daily treasure and issued instructions for the bracha to be recited the next day. A fire broke out in the middle of that night, burning down the shul — and so that was also prevented.

WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT BIRCHAS KOHANIM? The letters of Aharon Hakohen’s name (‫ )אהרן‬can be reshuffled to create the word “nirah” (‫)נראה‬, meaning “to be seen.” This embodies the power of Birchas Kohanim: The positive results are visible for all to see. The Shechinah is present in shul when the brachos are given. That is why it is customary for everyone in shul to stand during these uplifting moments, and for the crowd to cover their faces rather than observe the Kohanim. As the Kohanim advance toward the aron kodesh, the

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entire assembly prepares for a Divine “hug.” What a tremendous opportunity it is to stand face-to-face with the Kohanim as they relay wishes for protection, chein and shalom from Hashem!

AHAVAH The Kohanim begin with a bracha, affirming that they were conferred with the kedusha of Aharon and were commanded to bentch Klal Yisroel b’ahavah. It is the love of Hakadosh Baruch Hu and the love of the Kohanim that are noted during these holy moments. Much like the keruvim facing each other atop the Aron in the Kodesh Hakodashim, the Kohanim stand face to face with the rest of Klal Yisroel in a complete demonstration of ahavah. In fact, this ahavah is a prerequisite for the bracha that follows. If a tzibbur is not satisfied with the Kohen — or if the Kohen is not at peace with the tzibbur — the Kohen is not allowed to duchen, but should leave shul. Saying the brachos would be a danger for him! The brachos must come from a place of love from the Kohen to the crowd


and the crowd to the Kohen. Chassidim approached the Baal Hatanya and complained about their insufficient parnassah. The Rebbe told them that the keys to bounty lie within ahavah and achvah. He counseled them to refrain from jealousy or badmouthing other Yidden. “The proof,” the Rebbe said, “is from the Kohanim. They were commanded to bentch Bnei Yisroel b’ahavah. Once they wish affection among Bnei Yisroel, the subsequent yevarechecha Hashem — the bracha for physical sustenance — will inevitably follow.” Rav Avigdor Miller commented that if a person shows his cheerful countenance to others, Hashem will surely show a “cheery face” to us as well: “ya’er Hashem Panav eilecha.”

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Birchas Kohanim is divided in three parts, as if a triple-rung climb. It begins with brachos for material abundance and protection, continues with chein and the ability to give meaning to His creation, and concludes with a complete close connection between Hakadosh Baruch Hu and us. The first verse has three words, correlating to the three Avos. The second contains five, drawing a parallel to the five Chumashim. The third has seven words, indicating a relationship with the seven heavens from where Hashem showers His brachos upon us. The last word of each verse carries a potency of its own. In the first verse, we are blessed with sustenance and health. Once attained, it can easily be taken for granted or abused. Thus, we end with “veyishmerecha — may Hashem protect us” and help us treat these gifts with care. One understanding of the second bracha is that our

In 1979, excavations at the site of the ancient caves in Ketef Hinnom, on the outskirts of Yerushalayim, turned up an amazing discovery. Among some thousand artifacts uncovered were two tiny silver scrolls, each no bigger than an inch long. They were so fragile that it took three years to figure out a way to safely unroll them without causing them to disintegrate.

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The Gemara (Sotah 38b) implies that even a Yid who cannot be present in shul is gebentched with the words of Birchas Kohanim. In fact, all of Klal Yisroel benefit from the holy words. This certainly includes those hospitalized and women at home with their children.

minds be illuminated by the Torah. It ends with the word “viyechunecha — Hashem should help us find favor” in His eyes and the eyes of others. Without this aspect, our Torah learning is limited. Possessing wisdom but being unable to share it with others makes our learning incomplete. The third bracha wishes compassion and mechillah, and ends with the word “shalom.” Without peace, all else has little value.

SHALOM The Kohanim conclude with the words, “v’yasem lecha shalom.” It is puzzling that the bracha of peace specifically, which usually refers to interpersonal relationships, is wished upon the individual – “lecha.” It would seem more logical to wish peace onto Klal Yisroel as a whole. Yet this wording imparts a profound message. It symbolizes the constant tug-of-war between the guf and the neshamah. In nearly all areas of life, these two parts of the human existence desire polar opposites. Through this bracha of shalom, or shleimus, we acquire an inner sense of harmony and completeness. The personal peace we gain through these words is the essential way for the body to find and enjoy ruchnius delight. * * * * * A Holocaust survivor who served as a baal tefillah in a large kehillah during the Yamim Nora’im would have tears in his eyes each year when he emotionally shared his memories of the post-war days. “Some sixty years ago,” he would say, “it was time for duchening, but there was no Kohen around! We went outside onto the streets to search… Maybe we’d be able to find a Kohen and beg him to come inside to duchen for us! “Today,” he’d continue, “I stand at the amud and call out, ‘Kohanim!’ and so many Kohanim, young and old, run up. There can be more Kohanim than comfortably fit before the aron kodesh.” Yes, how times have changed! Still, we yearn to merit receiving the brachos from myriads of Kohanim in the Beis Hamikdash, every single day.

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There’s just something about the kapparos experience that sears itself into the memory. Perhaps it's the fact that the nose knows when kapparos is on the way before the crates full of birds even come into view. Or maybe it’s the interaction between humans and animals that makes these moments memorable: the big-eyed toddlers who stare, enchanted and also a bit afraid of the clucking creatures in front of them; the girls who come equipped with rain bonnets, cringing as the birds circle above them; the furrow-browed adults trying to maintain the proper kavanah while making sure they are saying the appropriate paragraph as birds are hoisted above their heads… Whatever it is, kapparos is one of those experiences that’s utterly memorable for most people. For the rare few who have chickens pecking about in their yards,

Chickens are not anatomically designed to be picked up by their wings. Holding them in such a manner puts a disproportionate amount of stress on the wings, with their body weight hanging unnaturally below them.

CARING FOR THE KAPPAROS

Are you one of the head honchos running a kapparos site? Ask yourself: Is there any way I can make the chickens more comfortable while under my care? Of course, not everything will be under your control, but are there steps you can take to make things better for the birds? Take the time to train your staff/volunteers how to properly hold the chickens, and enforce the training as a rule! Then ask yourself: • How long has it been since the birds were last fed and watered? Can I find some way to provide them with these necessities of life? • Is it very hot outside? Can large fans be positioned all around the birds to provide them relief from the heat? • Are the crates stacked one on top of another? Can they be single-stacked, preventing one bird’s waste from falling onto another?

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the novelty of being near these animals is assuredly less than for those of us who see the live versions but once a year. In times gone by, the situation was reversed: Back in the shtetl, chickens were a common sight, whether they were roaming on one’s own property as egg layers, or purchased live and taken to the shochet lichvod Shabbos kodesh. Nowadays, we see only the end result, the sanitized version of parts in plastic wrapping, often forgetting that a living being was once behind our supper. When it comes to kapparos, that distance and lack of familiarity may be somewhat detrimental to the animals in our care, simply because we don’t understand them through day-to-day interactions. The truth is that nobody wants to harm a living creature due to ignorance, but that sometimes does happen — especially when children are helping out at a kapparos site. Most people don’t speak Chickenese, making it hard for the average person to know when our fowly friends are content, scared, tired, playful or in pain. To the once-a-year chicken-holder, in fact, these birds can even seem rather uninspiringly dull and perhaps even devoid of feeling. But they’re not; they have emotions and react to stimuli just as other living beings do. In fact, the Gemara in Bava Metzia (85a) teaches us to be

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especially sensitive to animals headed for shechitah. There it is related that there was once a calf who resisted being led to slaughter. Escaping, it ran to Rabi Yehudah Hanasi who was sitting nearby. The frightened calf hid its head in his garments, crying in the language of cows. “Go, for you were created for this purpose,” Rabi Yehudah Hanasi told the young cow. The Gemara then relates that because he hadn’t been compassionate enough toward that scared calf that sought refuge with him, inflictions were decreed upon him. For many years Rabi Yehudah Hanasi suffered terribly from illness, but eventually, when he later demonstrated a heightened level of compassion for animals, the afflictions were lifted. Yidden are rachmanim bnei rachmanim, and we clearly don’t want to cause undue suffering to the “kapparos” under our care. Of course, there are many animal-rights activists who would consider shechting an animal as “causing undue suffering.” However, as Yidden, we understand that slaughter is permitted when the Divinely ordained laws of shechitah are followed. Furthermore, one of the world’s foremost experts on preventing suffering during the slaughtering process has proclaimed that when done by an expert, shechitah appears to cause no suffering to an animal. Dr. Temple Grandin wrote


that when she observed cattle who were shechted in the appropriate manner — by a highly qualified shochet using the uniquely Jewish knife, the chalaf — she was amazed to see that they appeared to not even be aware of the cut. Activists also point out the flaws in the pre-shechitah welfare of the chickens, which is understandable; there truly are numerous areas in which the broiler industry that hatches, raises and ships these birds can improve. Activists even suggest doing away with using birds completely. But a minhag is never to be taken lightly — after all, “minhag Yisroel Torah.” And though some use money or fish for kapparos, many others have the time-honored minhag to use a live chicken for the ritual. Surely there are improvements that those running the kapparos sites might consider making, but we as individuals can also enhance the kapparos ritual by focusing on how to make it less stressful for the chickens involved. One of the ways is to focus on the manner in which the bird is held. Chickens are not anatomically designed to be picked up by their wings, although that sometimes takes place. Holding them in such a manner puts a disproportionate amount of stress on the wings, with their body weight hanging unnaturally below them. Holding them upside-down by the feet isn’t much better. In both actions, there is risk of painful bone dislocation and damage to the chicken’s muscles — and it probably feels just plain awful! The upside-down method also causes respiratory distress and can result in death within a few short moments. So how do you hold a chicken correctly?

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The tichel on my head was white, so white. I hovered over the brandnew candlesticks my husband had prepared for me, and the solemnity of the moment struck me with an intensity that was as startlingly new as this candle-lighting was. For the very first time, it was up to me to usher in the holiest day of the year. The clock was ticking, and I thought fast. Was it Shabbos or yom tov? Well, it was yom tov. Of course it was yom tov. So bracha — or brachos — first. I murmured the brachos, struck the match, and leaned forward to light the candles. The first wick gave a tiny gasp as the candle turned to flame. Then the other one. But as I waved the match to snuff it of its light, something felt wrong. Very wrong. Because if it was indeed yom tov, why was I waving that match? Why wasn’t I using a candle? I laid the charred match on the silver tray, and a feeling of unease crept up my hands. Wasn’t that match muktzah? And even more discomfiting was the suspicion that Yom Kippur was not like every other yom tov. There was no cooking on Yom Kippur, for one. Then, presumably, the halacha was like Shabbos? So the match would have been okay, if only I’d recited the bracha after! A wave of terror hit my gut. It was Yom Kippur! And I had so very nonchalantly desecrated the most heilige day of the year. I’d struck a match — on Yom Kippur. And then lit two candles. And if all this wasn’t enough, I then extinguished the match. Deep, dark dread spread throughout my being and gripped my heart. Gripped my chest. I couldn’t breathe. Looking at those candles, I felt hot. Cold. Horribly, horribly, awfully wrong. Why hadn’t I thought this through properly before lighting? And why, oh why, hadn’t I checked with my mother to make sure I knew what I was doing?! And like air consumed by fire, the entirety of my night was robbed of any sort of regular Yom Kippur thoughts or kavanos. My davening was all about regret so tremendous that I was being swallowed whole, with no room left to breathe, to be, to think. My husband came home that Yom Kippur night to find his wife sobbing in bed, overwrought and plainly incapable of stringing more than a few words together at a time. He’d never seen me like that, and the image of him standing in that lamp-lit room, still wrapped in his white kittel and tallis with concern scrawled all over his being, is a memory I won’t forget so fast. Soon he managed to coax the entire story out of me. They say pain shared is a pain halved, but shame…

Shame is something else. I tried so hard to be a good person, a good wife. And to tell this story was so humiliating, so painfully humbling. He tried to assure me that it was an honest mistake, and that the halachos and brachos of tzinding licht are very often confusing, and that Hakadosh Baruch Hu surely knew how badly I wanted to undo that quiet whisper of something that was supposed to be a mitzvah, and hopefully still was — at least somewhat, somewhere... But I wasn’t one to be easily consoled — until my husband promised that he’ll speak to our Rebbe about what happened. Surely a Rebbe, with such a deep connection to On High, would know what to tell me, how to direct me. I don’t remember the rest of that Yom Kippur. I must have gone to shul, I suppose. Must have davened. Fasted. But I do remember what came after Yom Kippur. A day or so after yom tov, my husband came home with the news that he’d just been to see the Rebbe. The Rebbe, my husband said, listened to his tale and then advised that I say the entire Sefer Tehillim that day as a teshuvah for my error — but then he paused and said that, no, I could complete Tehillim over the course of five days. When I heard that, my anguish and doubts disappeared. Because the Rebbe, with unparalleled wisdom, had somehow known what I was and what I wasn’t capable of doing. I was agreeable to — nay, pleased to — stretch out of my comfort zone to do what I needed, but completing Sefer Tehillim in one day, for me, would have been tantamount to telling me to fly halfway across the world in two hours; completing Tehillim over five days would be difficult enough. And so it was that I spent that day, and the following day, and the following one, with my nose buried in a Sefer Tehillim. And the first night of Sukkos found us at my in-law’s home, and again, I was sitting with my Tehillim, completing my allotted kapitlach for the day. Finally came the poignant moment when I reached the very last kapital in the sefer. And when I kissed that Tehillim closed, I felt gloriously and completely cleansed. Finally I felt what the rest of the world knew on Motzei Yom Kippur: It was time for a new beginning, a new page, and I was ready and waiting.

A wave of terror hit my gut. It was Yom Kippur! And I had so very nonchalantly desecrated the most heilige day of the year.

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THE WEEK BEFORE

The week before any fast — especially a long one like Yom Kippur — is the perfect time to get your body into optimal shape. Begin to do the following several days before the fast. KICK THE CAFFEINE If you are a coffee drinker, avoid the headache and lethargy associated with caffeine withdrawal on the day of Yom Kippur, when your body is at its weakest. Taper off slowly over the course of a week, and you’ll be able to handle the fast much more easily. FILL ‘ER UP One of the main reasons people feel excessive hunger is not for lack of food. It’s actually because their bodies are starved of nutrients. If you haven’t been taking vitamins and eating well-balanced meals, use this time to get yourself on track. Take a daily multivitamin and consider being tested for any deficiencies. And of course, up that vegetable intake! SOAK UP THE SATURATION Most people on these shores are at least somewhat dehydrated. Use this week to drink, drink, drink! And “drink” means water! Aim for at least eight cups daily, and again, up that fruit and vegetable intake, since plant life is composed of mostly water. SHAKE IT UP Do you eat breakfast, lunch and supper at set times each day? You’re likely to feel hunger pains kick in during those times during the fast. Unless, of course, you retrain your body to not expect food at a specific time. It might be worth it for you to vary your mealtimes throughout the preceding week to “trick” your body on the day of the fast.

THE DAY BEFORE The day before Yom Kippur begins is the time to properly fuel up for the fast ahead. Here are some great ways to do that: START OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT Have a well-balanced breakfast at the beginning of the day. It should include a healthy carbohydrate, a serving of protein and fruits or vegetables. It’s simple math: The better you feel when beginning the fast, the better you’ll fast! HAVE ANOTHER NOSH! Eating on the day before the fast is a mitzvah, but you’ll want to do it right. Cut up melons and other fruits for easy snacking, and munch on them throughout the day. Fruits are great pre-fast, because they slowly release their water, helping you to stay hydrated longer. CONSUME THE RIGHT STUFF You’ll want to eat and drink things that hydrate you and

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MIND OVER MATTER This one may seem obvious, but when your energy begins to fade, it might be hard to think of anything else. Try to keep your focus on the significance of the day, if possible, and if not, stock up on inspiring reading material that is fit for Yom Kippur to distract yourself. Caring for children is also a great way to keep your mind busy. Don’t just care for them by rote; live in the moment and use the time to really focus on them and their needs. They’ll feel great, and you’ll feel better as well! TAKE A WHIFF Many people prepare besamim before a fast to revive their spirits when weak and to help them reach a hundred brachos. Cloves stuck into a lemon is a great pick-meup to be used throughout the fast. TAKE A NAP Schedule a nap. Not only will it break up the day, but you’ll also wake up feeling less hungry due to chemical changes in the body. BREAK THE FAST CORRECTLY Don’t run for the cake, tempting as it may be. Go for the water, juice or that electrolyte drink. After hydrating, ease into the fruits, and then slowly into the heavier foods, like carbs and proteins. Your body will thank you!


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There’s a huge trend now to purchase chickens as backyard pets, and while a chicken might make a fine friend, they come with the risk of transmitting salmonella. It’s important to always wash your hands after handling them. And, just like with COVID-19, don’t touch your face before washing!

Mother hens are really busy. Even before their little ones hatch, they keep themselves occupied turning their eggs in the nest — for a total of about 50 times per day!

Unlike your hard fingernails, chicken’s hard beaks are extremely sensitive to touch. They’re full of nerve endings, which help them find food and drink.

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Chickens are omnivores, meaning they eat both plant-based foods and meat, such as insects. Certain foods, however, are dangerous for them. Citrus fruit, salt, dried beans and onions are some of the foods that can be poisonous for our feathered friends.

How do you know if your chicken’s running a fever? Not by comparing its temperature to yours! Chicken’s bodies normally run at around 104°.

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By: Ruchy Reese

Some chickens snore. A spaghetti meal in the chicken world is grass. They slurp it down like “lange lokshen.”

Chickens have great vision — better than humans! We humans have three cones in our eyes that enable us to see colors, but chickens were created with five, which allows them to see violet and ultraviolet lights, as well. This enables them to see the sun’s rising rays well before a human can.

The Ayam Cemani breed of chicken is black inside and out. Almost everything — from its bones to its organs to its feathers and beaks — is black!

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There’s a good reason birds must have a mesorah to be kosher. While those of us not in the know might consider “chicken” to be kosher, “chicken” is actually a very broad term for a species that encompasses many breeds — more than 500! And only a few of those qualify for kosher consumption. In recent years there was a huge tumult in the world of kashrus over the Braekel chicken. At the end of the day, although some rabbanim would still permit the breed, Rav Landau, zt”l, Rav Sternbuch, shlit”a. Rav Aharon Teitelbaum, shlit”a, and other leading poskim consider it completely non-kosher.

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‫יער‪:‬‬ ‫קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ‬ ‫ִאין ְ‬ ‫נאכן נישט קענען טרעפן די ספר תורה‪ ,‬לאזט זיך דער‬ ‫רב’ס זון ארויס קיין ארץ ישראל‪ .‬אויפן וועג טרעפט ער‬ ‫א איד אין א טיפע דעפרעסיע‪ ,‬און ער בלאזט אריין אין‬ ‫אים א רוח חיות‪ - .‬צוריק קיין ארץ ישראל‪ .‬די עסקנים‬ ‫כאפן די שווינדל פון די פריזשידעיר פירמע דורך די‬ ‫הילף פון עריק וועלכער ארבעט דארט‪.‬‬

‫עס ַמאן‪,‬‬ ‫רֹויסער ִּביזְ נֶ ְ‬ ‫ַאזַ א גְ ֶ‬ ‫ׁשּוטער ִטיׁש?‬ ‫אּון ַאזַ א ָּפ ֶ‬

‫וָ ואס?‬

‫עקּומען‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫ִמיר זֶ ענֶ ען גֶ‬ ‫אדאנְ ְקן‪...‬‬ ‫ֵאייך ַּב ַ‬

‫עקט ַאז ִאיְך ָהאּב‬ ‫אּבן ַאנְ ְט ֶד ְ‬ ‫זֵ יי ָה ְ‬ ‫אֹויסגֶ עזָ אגְ ט ֶדעם ְׁשוִ וינְ ְדל‪,‬‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ַאייְך‬ ‫אֹויפגֶ עזָ אגְ ט‪.‬‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫אּון ֶמען ָהאט ִמיר‬

‫ַאר ֶּבעט ֶמער‬ ‫ִאיְך ְ‬ ‫ארט‪.‬‬ ‫יׁשט ָד ְ‬ ‫נִ ְ‬

‫וָ ואס??‬

‫עצט? זִ ֶיכער‬ ‫אֹוי וֵ ויי‪ ,‬וָ ואס ִאיז יֶ ְ‬ ‫אר ְׁש ָלאגְ ן פּון‬ ‫גּוטע ָפ ְ‬ ‫אסטּו ֶ‬ ‫ָה ְ‬ ‫ַאר ֶּבעט‪...‬‬ ‫יׁשע ְ‬ ‫ְפ ִר ֶ‬

‫על ְפן!‬ ‫ִמיר מּוזְ ן ִאים ֶה ְ‬

‫עטן ִאין ֶע ֶּפעס ַא‬ ‫ַאר ֶּב ְ‬ ‫גָ אר גּוט‪ְ ...‬‬ ‫וערן ֶע ֶּפעס ַא‬ ‫ָאדער וֶ ְ‬ ‫עפט‪ֶ ,‬‬ ‫עׁש ְ‬ ‫גֶ ֶ‬ ‫עיל ְס ַמאן‪...‬‬ ‫ֶס ְ‬

‫וילן‬ ‫ִאיְך גְ ֵלייּב ַאז ֶענְ ק וִ ְ‬ ‫ערן ַמיינֶ ע‬ ‫יׁשט ְס ַּתם ַאזֹוי ֶה ְ‬ ‫נִ ְ‬ ‫עמען‪ ,‬וָ ואס זָ אגְ ט ִאיר?‬ ‫אּב ֶל ֶ‬ ‫ְּפ ָר ְ‬

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‫ייּבט‬ ‫יׁשט גֶ עגְ ֵל ְ‬ ‫יָ א! ִאיְך ָהאּב נִ ְ‬ ‫עק ִט ְיר ֶטע ִפ ְיר ֶמע‬ ‫עס ֶּפ ְ‬ ‫ַאז ַאזַ א ֶר ְ‬ ‫זָ אל ַמ ְס ִּכים זַ יין ַפאר ַאזַ א‬ ‫ִּב ִיליגֶ ע ְּפ ַרייז‪...‬‬

‫אקּומען ִדי‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫צּו ַּב‬ ‫עלט ַאזֹוי ְׁשנֶ על‪...‬‬ ‫גֶ ְ‬

‫ֶא ְפ ֶׁשר אֹויְך ֶער‬ ‫קֹויפן‬ ‫אר ְ‬ ‫וִ ויל אּונְ ז ַפ ְ‬ ‫אטעס?‬ ‫ְׁש ַמ ֶ‬

‫ַח ְס ֵדי ָׁש ַמיִ ם!‬

‫אקּומען ַאזֹוי ְׁשנֶ על‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫צּו ַּב‬ ‫עפאן רּוף ִאין ֶא ֶרץ‬ ‫על ָ‬ ‫ַא ֶט ֶ‬ ‫יִ ְׂש ָר ֵאל‪...‬‬

‫קּומט!‬ ‫ְ‬

‫צּו וואּו?‬

‫ַאסאְך‬ ‫נֵ יין‪ֶ ,‬ער ָהאט ַ‬ ‫ְק ִליֶ ענְ ְטן ִאין ֶא ֶרץ‬ ‫אר ִל ְירן‪.‬‬ ‫יׁשט ַפ ְ‬ ‫יִ ְׂש ָר ֵאל‪ ,‬אּון ֶער וִ ויל ֶעס זִ ֶיכער נִ ְ‬ ‫עטן ִה ְיּבׁש ֶמער וִ וי‬ ‫עּב ְ‬ ‫יׁשט ַאז ֶער ָהאט גֶ ֶ‬ ‫ארגֶ עס נִ ְ‬ ‫ַפ ְ‬ ‫וארץ‪.‬‬ ‫יס ֶטער ְׁשוַ ְ‬ ‫ֶדער ַׁש ְק ָרן ִמ ְ‬

‫אּבן‬ ‫עכט‪ ,‬וִ ויַאזֹוי ָה ְ‬ ‫ער ְ‬ ‫גֶ ֶ‬ ‫אכט‬ ‫עט ַר ְ‬ ‫יׁשט גֶ ְ‬ ‫ִמיר נִ ְ‬ ‫פּון ֶדעם?‬ ‫עפן ֶע ֶּפעס ַא‬ ‫צּו ְט ֶר ְ‬ ‫ַמ ָּתנָ ה ַפאר ֶע ִריק‪ ,‬אּון‬ ‫ֶעס ְט ָראגְ ן צּו ִאים‪.‬‬

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‫ֶא ְפ ֶׁשר ָדאס?‬


Hint: Each Boggle board hides a word of nine let ters or more!

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HOW TO PLAY:

Find words on the board containing four letters or more. Letters of a word must be connected in a chain (each letter should be adjacent to the next either vertically, horizontally or diagonally), and each letter can only be used once in a given word. The following are not allowed in Boggle: Adding “s” to a word • Proper nouns • Abbreviations • Contractions • Acronyms

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PLAYING RULES:

L N I V Y

4. Two winners will be drawn each week, each of whom will receive a free razzle at the Ice Cream House!

B A U G M T O K P R K

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3. Email the form to comments@thebpview.com or fax to 718-408-8771 by Sunday at 9:00 p.m.

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H S F

1. Gather round the table to play a family game of Boggle, using this Boggle board.

Family name: _________________________________ Phone: __________________ Full mailing address: ____________________________________________________ Full name of winner: _________________ Amount of points: __________ Full names of competing players:

List some words only the winner found:

__________________________________

___________________________________

__________________________________

___________________________________

4-letter words: 2 points

__________________________________

___________________________________

5-letter words: 3 points

__________________________________

___________________________________

6-letter words: 5 points

__________________________________

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POINTS

7-letter words: 7 points 8-letter words: 9 points 9+ letters: 12 points

The longest word found on the board: _____________________________ A new word you learned from the board: __________________________ Only complete forms will be entered into the drawing.

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ADVANCED

2

BOGGLE WINNER An Ice Cream House gift card will be mailed to your address.

8 4 9 6

Family name: Banda, 718-xxx-0893 Name of winner: Hudis Amount of points: 60 Names of competing players: Mommy, Rivka

9

7 3 3 2 4

5

Some words only the winner found: earth, strand

6 7 6

The longest word found on the board: strand

8 2 1

A new word learned from the board: leek

BOGGLE WINNER

8 1

4 5

9 3 5 1 9 6

An Ice Cream House gift card will be mailed to your address.

Family name: Teitelbaum, 718-xxx-2486

INTERMEDIATE

Name of winner: Dini Amount of points: 76

6 3

Some words only the winner found: beast, craft, earn, hotel, motel

6

The longest word found on the board: heartfelt A new word learned from the board: jibe

8

7 3 5 8

4 5 2 1 4

8 4 2

1 2

Last week’s nine-letter word: heartfelt

5

5 9 6 1

7 3

9 4

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REAL ESTATE APT FOR RENT 10 & 45 1 BR, Full Kitch, Dinette. Freshly painted. Heimishe Bldg. 1 flight up. Day 718-686-0909/ 347-5247686 Eve FURNISHED APT 15/50 beautiful, new 2 bedroom apartment. Call: 718-633-0402 3 BEDROOM APT for rent. 2 bath, 2 porches, full kitchen, D/R. 12/43.$3000. call/text (917) 765-1667 leave msg FURNISHED APT 18/55 Beautiful 1 bdrm bsmnt aprtmnt for rent. prvt entrantce Kit/din w/d 347 446 6114 FURNISHED BSMT APT Bp/flatbush w/d short/long term 3473914432 LUXURY TOWNHOUSES Only 2 Left! Fully loaded, 3 levels, North Rigaud area. Call Chedva Dahan 845.323.0383 CENTER HALL COLONIAL Olympia Lane, Monsey. 7 bedrooms (2 en-suite) 9’ ceilings .58 acres. MIC. Owner: 845-369-3384/ 845598-2822 WESTPALM BEACH 2-bedroom Condo for SALE. LAKE VIEW, NEW CENTRAL A/C, NEW BEDS, FRESHLY PAINTED. call 718-851-0445 or DOVERCONDOWPB@ gmail.com BRAND NEW OFFICE 12 & 53 CALL 9293786026 OFFICES FOR RENT 53 New Utrecht, Top of Better Health, New small offices, elevator, elec, a/c, heat incl. Starting at $185/month. (718) 436-4693


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Classifieds MALE TUTOR NEEDED good pay, under govt program,no degree needed. 718-436-2767 F/T SECRETARY POSITION available in a large Yeshiva office in Brooklyn. Good computer skills required. E-mail resume to mosodjobs@gmail.com/fax 718-619-8973 HELP WANTED HCS is seeking young, energetic, Direct Support Professionals to work with men with developmental disabilities in our Flatbush residence. Mon/Tues/wed/ thus- evenings/Sun all day. A valid driver’s license is preferred. Please forward all resumes to jobs @hcsny.org HELP WANTED HCS is seeking a young, energetic male to work in our Boro park DayHab with developmentally disabled men. Responsibilities include spending time with them, help with daily tasks, bringing joy and fun into their day, filling out paper work in a timely fashion. Valid driver’s license preferred. Please forward resumes to jobs @hcsny.org HELP WANTED HCS is currently seeking an Assistant Manager, to assist in managing a residence for individuals with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include administrative paperwork, accounts payable, ensuring smooth operations in the residence and covering for the residence manager. Excellent writing skills and driving a must. Please forward resume to jobs @ hcsny.org JOB OPPORTUNITY Heimishe busy girls office in BP Looking to hire secretary Afternoon hours 3:00- 6:00 Call 646-992-8050 EXT 1

JOB AVAILABLE Seeking a self-motivated, dynamic, responsible girl to do office work. Inter-personal phone skills a must. F/t. Please send resume to: jobs@ kleinsnaturals.com. GREAT OPPORTUNITY! A Successful E-commerce company in Brooklyn NY is looking for a detail oriented and analytical individual to manage Sponsored Products Campaigns. Experience in advanced Amazon PPC advertising preferred. Great growth potential. In-house Only. Please Email resume to: jobopening138@gmail.com SEEKING F/T SECRETARY If you have great social & written skills this is for you. Email resume evakornbluh@ gmail.com / 347-421-9345 F/T CO-TEACHER Looking to hire a full time coteacher with a degree in EARLY HEADSTART. Must have early headstart proven credits. Please call ‪(917) 740-7587 SALESLADY WANTED Looking for a sales lady by the jewelry and trimming - Add on depot in Tip Top, sewing knowledge preferred. (must be available during the summer) Please call 845.709.1649 lv msg SALESMAN WANTED Established business in Boro Park looking to hire an inside salesperson. Hours 7:30-4:00. Please email resume to: bpjob11219@gmail.com CHAZAN NEEDED Looking for chazan for sukkos for outdoor flatbush minyan call 718 306 4560 SEEKING FEMALE PARA for preschool allergic boy BP- Yiddish speaking. Email Resume info@ goforwardservices.net 718878-6624 Ext. 2

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SEEKING ABA PARAS to work in local Yeshivas and in the clients home. Cases available throughout Brooklyn, Lakewood, Monsey. Email Resume: specialeducationagency@ gmail.com HELP WANTED Heimishe BP e-commerce office seeking resp girl for F/T Assistant buyer position. No prior experience necessary. Email: hr@ photo4less.com PARAS NEEDED Seeking full-time paraprofessionals to work in a special education school for the 2020-2021 school year in Flatbush. Excellent ABA training. Heimish environment! Transportation from BP provided. resumes@ yadyisroelschool.org ADMINISTRATIVE F/T ASSISTANT If you are the career type and seeking growth this is for you. Email resume evakornbluh@gmail.com / 347-421-9345 P3 PROVIDER BP heimishe girl school seeking P3 providerafternoon hours. ekbb1222@ gmail.com fax 718-483-8392 P3 PROVIDER NEEDED please call 718-436-2767 WORK FROM HOME! Flexible hours and earn a respectable income. Call:929929-367-8040 BUS TEACHER Seeking warm and friendly bus teacher for a chasidisha girls school. Text 929 454 4136 RAV WANTED Looking for Rov for yom kippur for small outdoor flatbush minyan call 718 306 4560

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Classifieds REFLEXOLOGIST For women & children 347786-0810

ONE MAN BAND For all your simchas. Great price! 845-570-1045

CPA SERVICES Are you drowning in personal or business tax filings? WE CAN HELP YOU ! For individualized service email: myaroslawitzcpa@ gmail.com

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GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. 917-414-3281 PROFESSIONAL ALBUMS for any occasion. Great Prices! Quick Turnaround! 1.929.441.2322 or email us at startheredesign@gmail.com EAR PIERCING/ BABY JEWELRY Top quality earrings for all ages. Centrally located off 13th Ave. House calls available. Call/Text 718-6079812 LANDLINE PHONE Att: residents of multi family units. Landline Phones for a low rate of $18.99. email:phonetone55@gmail. com call:7183067515 GARTEL FRINGES We make professional gartel fringes and mend gartelach. Same day service. In the heart of BP. (347) 693 4920 or 7184357644 TEETH WHITENING Professional laser teeth whitening. Impressive results in less than an hour! Call/ Text 718-483-0269. SIMCHA BASKET meet your guests needs so they can enjoy your simcha! Call 7185961979 to reserve your date LIGHT ALTERATIONS Please Call: 718.450.4700

JEWELRY REPAIR silver and custom jewelry sale and repair expert pearl stringing & galore clip earrings 4511 16thav (7189721064) SOCIAL SKILLS THERAPIST Experienced Therapist, specializing in teenage girls struggling with Anxiety and low self-esteem. Reasonable rates/ Now accepting P3.Call/ Text Sury 3479485701 APEX COMMUNITY CLASSES For cognitive development (opwdd) music, art, writing, baking, tutoring, kriah, sand sessions, gardening, and more. Monroe 8457828885 MEDICARE SPECIALIST For all you Medicare Needs/ Questions call The Medicare Specialist 845-572-5012 ORGANIZE BY HINDY Organize your home/office. Refresh your place, gain more space. Call/ text 347461-7330 SARNO COACH One on one for women. Helping you free yourself from pain in one session. 917830-3807 WOOD REPAIR We refurbish, repair wood. Give it the facelift of ‘2020. Competitive pricing & Svc. Commercial, Residential, & Shuls. Txt 212-991-8548. TEEN HOTLINE! Attention all bnos yisrael grades 7-9! Call 641-715-3800, 339708# for inspiration on tefillah, conferences, and more fun!

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QUALITY RUBY A ruby for every woman! Enjoy the many benefits and segulos of millenia. Many forms for every budget. Jolly Jooly718.963.0122 HOVERBOARD EXPERIENCE Rent a mountain terrain hoverboard ages 12+ at special rates! hoverboardexperience@ gmail.com AYIN HORAH The renowned Rebetzin Aidel Miller from Yerushalayim Is now available to remove “Ayin Horah” over the phone. Call: 718.689.1902/ 516.300.1490 SERENITY SOLUTIONS Have the professional organize your home & life. Contact Chana Malky 718-809-5963 or serenitysolutionsny@gmail. com NATURAL HEALING Lost your sense of smell because of Corona? Natural Healing for Woman/Girls & Children 718-854-3230 B JEWELED Welcome back! Pre Yom Tov sale on select items. Call /text 718-812-6307 FAMILY FUN Big Moonwalk to rent! Great for events, Shabbatons, or Melava Malkas! Call 7184351464 THE WRITE CHOICE For all professional writing needs Including poems, resumes, speeches Reasonable rates. L Gross 9294865691 PRACTICAL ORGANIZING The simple & practical way Call/text 917-209-1481 EASY FAST Great Supplement for an easy Fast 929- 929-367-8040

THROAT & VOICE Gemstone for voice enhancement and speech support! $34. Jolly Jooly 718.963.0122 P3 SERVICES Boys group forming for math and literacy instruction, starting after yom tov. 10th ave 50th st. Call 347-232-0365 or 347-645-2155. COTS FOR SALE Used blue stackable preschool cots. 52”×23”. Good for boys in succah. $15 each, $10 each if purchasing multiple. 646 470 4356 HANDMADE BABY BRACELETS Beautiful selection, Perfect baby gift! email : infolilcharms@gmail.com or text 3473490009 UPSHERIN LABELS Starting from $25. For samples please visit www. stgraphics.wixsite.com/esti or call 718.755.4365 to place an order. HANDWRITING SPECIALIST Occupational Therapist assisting children who struggle to write. Based in Boro Park. Pesa Cohen OTR/L, CLT 347-893-4873 Free Parent Consultation EXPERIENCED PERSONAL CHEF available to do your Yom Tov/ shabbos/daily cooking. call/ text 9298886670 YB WRITING SERVICES Need an article, letter, speech, Hebrew translation, emails written? YB Writing Services can help. 718-6901534. ybwritingservices@ gmail.com. FLOWER REED DIFFUSER The perfect gift for teachers, therapists and family etc. Special car size also available. Call 347 675 3443


The Boro Park View WHOLESALE FISH for the Public. Salmon Fillet $5.99 per lb. Call: 347.275.5408 FOREVER PRODUCTS now 5% off. Revolutionary products sold by Esty, CC Accepted/Delivery. Call/text 347-369-7385. Look better, Feel better! SHABBOS MOISTURIZER Dry skin Shabbos and Y’’T? Quick fix solution! Call/text SOLUTION SENTER 347-5982874 hurry! Only 2 left in stock... ESCADA PERFUME for cost price!!! One more left!Call for more details:929-276-2404 DRIVER AVAILABLE many years exp. avail to do long distance trips w/ brand new minivan. Reasonable rates. 917.405.8469 WASH & SET Well priced call Malky 929441-5769 PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLING reasonable price. Evening apt and house calls avail 12 ave & mid 40. book now 3472435168 PRIME CUTS In 13 and 50th area. Just in time for the new school year. Pls. call 1718.223.7870

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GEMACHIM PIDYON HABEN Coin Gemach. Call Yakov Friedman. 646-419-0782 LIGHTING GEMACH Lighting bars to enhance your event!929-276-2404 DOONA GEMACH For a short short period of time(or medical need). 260-DOONAZ3 (260-3666293)

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RARE OPPORTUNITY For just $200 you can sponsor benchers for a local hall in the memory of a loved one. 646-874-4342

TWIN CARRIAGE GEMACH To lend yours or to rent a twin carriage for the week, season or year, please call (718) 5223891. Mint condition only.

MARY JANES WANTED Looking for size 32 or 33 black velvet girls Shabbos shoes $30 worth, in exchange for size 34. 917-635-3619 718-438-4083

CLOTHING & SHOE GEMACH Donate free. Clothes, shoes, linens. grt cond only! more info pls call\ txt (347)8166406.

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Classifieds PACK N PLAY gemach (BP) Please call in the evening 718-851-1017 SIMCHA GEMACH Bechers, Challah cover, Benchers and challah knife for your simcha. pls leave message 1718 854 1760 BOYS SUIT GEMACH Gemach Yismach Yisroel Boys Simcha Wear sizes 9m-7 1943 50th Street 347.462.4596 Sundays 2:30-5 ‫לע’’נ ישראל‬ ‫בן אליעזר‬ KALLAH CAPE GEMACH Brand new luxurious white fur capes for Chuppah. 718 633 - 8261 BP BABY GEMACH Carseats, snap n go strollers, pack n play & white bassinets for newborns 718-854-6829 BOYS SIMCHA WEAR Gemach Yismach Yisroel sizes 9m-8 yrs 1943 50th Street 347.462.4596 Sundays 2:30-5 ‫לע’’נ ישראל בן אליעזר‬ BABY CARRIER GEMACH When a stroller just won’t work. Great for vacation, touring, steps etc. 845-5872449 will return messages CHUPPAH CARDS NEW! Beautiful colored cards. Tehillim, techinos & special tefillah to daven for chosson/kallah. Many locations! Msg/text: 347-8855114 KALLAH ACCESSORIES Large selection of: Crowns, Veils, Dektich, Trains, Shoes & Petticoats for minimal fee. By apt only. BP. 718-551-8714 MASKS GEMACH Selling kiddush Hashem cloth masks reading: I mask to make a kiddush Hashem. $1. Please email: KiddushHashemGemach@ gmail.com.

BRIS GEMACH pillow and outfit gemach brand new condition 7184350664

BLACK & BLUE GOWN Sister of bride. custom made, for 4-6 year old. $150. call/ text 7189264773

COMMUNICATION CLASS Connect & communicate in marriage. Join and grow with success. 347-753-1071.

BLACK & WHITE Maternity or pre maternity ankle length dress. 1718 809 3846

CLOTHING GEMACH Accepting womans clothing size 4,6,8 &10. Perfect condition only. Pls call:929276-2404

BLACK/GOLD GOWN young married sis of bride size 6, call 929 271 0553

CHAIR & TABLE GEMACH Call or txt 347-452-9554 or 347-452-0554 REFLECTOR BELTS be seen! be safe! wear a reflector belt . 718-853-4966 SM. SIMCHA / EVENT GEMACH projector/ laptop/ speakers for your small event, gathering or simcha. min. fee. proceeds to tzedaka call 845-587-2427 lv msg.

DRESSES/GOWNS D. DEUTCH BLK & WHITE Size 8-10 for sister of the bride/own tnoyim for sale. 929-287-2135 PEACH-TAUPE GOWN Married sister of the bride, Size 8-10. 347-263-0902 SLENDERIZING BLACK GOWN size 14 with feather decoration from equisite $350 text 13473007198 (Wmsbg) UNIQUE BLUE & WHITE DRESS sz 2 for tenaim/sis of bride, blk & peach cocktail length dress sz 2. Call/txt 347-2634207 IVORY PARTY DRESS size 6 call 929 271 0553

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MECHTENISTE DRESS pre-maternity/maternity dress size small for sale. call 718-218-8702.

PINK GOWN size 0-2. Mother of the bride size 12 call 718 213 2995 BEAUTIFUL GOWN adult size 10-12 for sale. Text or call for pic 3474966185 MATERNITY GOWN Size medium long black maternity gown from Dimensions store. 9173017389 PETTY COAT Adult size, never worn $45, call 7188125984 (leave msg)

BLACK/WHITE DRESS Sister of bride or own tenoiym $150 9293786026

WHITE/GOLD GOWNS teen size 4 with exquisite gold beading. Also girls sizes 18 and 10. Extra fabric avail. Call/Txt 347 423 6679

BLACK/WHITE GOWN size 0. Worn once. 718-6008266

2 CUSTOM GOWNS 8 & 10 also a beautiful gown size 8 kids call 9293786026

PINK GOWNS Ladies size 2/4. Teen size 4/6. Kids size 6,8,10. black lace & velvet, teen 4/6, kids 8 & 10. 718-871-1688

MIRI BLACK/WHITE GOWN Gorgeous for great price! 718435-6426

SIS OF BRIDE GOWNS adult size 4-6 champagne pink/black size 10-12 mauve/ black 3474466114 BLACK/WHITE GOWN married sis of bride, size 2. rent/sale call/text 347-4614287 GREY BEADED GOWN size 4 for sale 917-601-6096 BLACK/WHITE GOWN size 12 for sale. Please call 3474966185

MATERNITY GOWN for rent. Call or text: 3474431862 OFF WHITE GOWN w/ thin gold overlay top size 6 adult sis of bride selling for $150. 718-435-2546 HALBERSTAM GOWNS 2-off white tulle with black trimming. Teenage size 0 and 2. 917-238-0888 MOTHER OF BRIDE GOWN cream with decorative beading for sale. Size 10 call 718-377-8484 or text 347-5241263

BLUE DRESS W/ SOME COLOR approx size 6 tall. rent/sale. Call/txt 3476317459

PINK TULLE GOWN little girl size 6-7 $70. 917304-7172

MATERNITY WEDDING DRESS brand new, size small. sale $450 Call/text 646-245-0713

OFF WHITE CHILDRENS GOWN 2 gowns for sale sizes 6-8 and 10-12 $125 each 718-436-1480


HARFENES CHILDRENS GOWN Black, gold, and white. Approximately size 7. Call: 845-356-9824 Text only: 347668-1083

New BLACK TOP in front of S & W on 13th ave 718-851-9802

MAUVE CHILDRENS GOWN size 10 for sale $200 718-4361480

gold earring on 55 & New Utrecht 347-585-3425

IVORY & PINK GIRLS GOWNS sizes 10 & 12 718-437-3091 12 GIRLS MAUVE GOWNS ranging sizes 5-18 call: 917405-0987

gold Chusson Watch in one of our loaner dressers, abt. a year ago. Pls contact Regal Furniture @ 718-853-6900

beanie + bow

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Carrying Blk&WhiteNY, Bandeau, Lalou, O’Belle and Bandeau BeBe.

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Earring in ziploc bag 13/44 7186331295

FREE GIVEAWAYS To view free giveaway items and some items for sale please visit garaj.app. Submit your free giveaways at submit.garaj.app

BLACK VELVET & GOLD 2 Gowns, Sizes 6 & 7. Call/ Text 347 370 2384

McLaren single stroller in good condition. Red and black. Pickup only. Text 718637-1355

3 BLACK/WHITE GOWNS Children’s gown size 2, 5, 7, black velvet top with tulle bottom. Call 7188125984 (lv msg)

Boys brand new armando 2 piece black suit, size 18. Call 845 665 2689

IVORY/GOLD GOWNS for sale sizes 5, 7, 12-14, 0, 2 ivory and gold. Call 718-3778484 or text 347-524-1263

Gorgeous gold drapes made of exclusive fabric Enough for 4-5 windows.718-633-0152.

Full Time Writer

two size 12 black boys suits. Husky pants. 347-489-6093

for English and Yiddish

LOST Pearl earring with white gold around it. Lost before Sukkos time. 347-581-8056 Black camera sx740 on the Monsey Trails.917-671-6386 Fuzzy baby blanket grey/ pink. 347.263.3036 glasses in a green case on Sep 14 near Pupa hall 13 & 51 in bp 1917-304-7172 Mini blanket grey and black in bp Sunday 9/13. 13 & 50 area. 347-715-0521 Girl’s gold bracelet with charms, in BP on Sep16. 718473-5155

FOUND Childrens white quilted Shabbos jacket on 16th/48. 718-972-9665

RAYIM IS LOOKING FOR A FAMILY TO PROVIDE A WARM AND LOVING HOME FOR A SWEET 6 YEAR OLD BOY WITH NEUROLOGICAL DISABILITIES. IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL 845-782-7700

ext 406

Led Bulbs-29 8 ft. T8 4000Call:646-627-0425

Reinholds tish bekitcha beautiful condition Size 38S Text 3474230666 Brand new 34 men’s black wool pants Text 347423066 Beautiful baby cradle in excellent condition 347-7310103 Professional graphic designer available for all your upsherin labels NO FEE Email malkys1234@gmail. com Brand new black wool G&G size 34 pants Text 3474230666 China closet to give away, must be picked up. 718.440.0528 bedroom set call 718.435.3013 LD -TN 350 new toner compatible with Brother printer machines 347-6236965

A heimishe office in Boro Park is looking to hire a full-time, creative Copywriter to research, write, and publish clear and concise copy for ads, publications, social media and websites. Your words should inform and engage the targeted audiences. The ideal candidate should be tech savvy, responsible, and organized as well as a team-spirited, go-getter, a skilled and imaginative writer with an eye for detail. If this description fits you, we’d love to meet you. Please reach out to

bp.writer11219@gmail.com Submit your resume along with some writing samples, so we can get an idea of your best work. Feel free to include links to your content or portfolio.

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‫התרת נדרים אצל אדמור"י ורבני עירנו‬

‫אמונת ישראל‬

‫טשערנאביל‬

‫סערדאהעלי‬

‫באבוב ‪45‬‬

‫מונקאטש‬

‫סקולען‬

‫מונקאטש‬

‫סקאליע‬

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‫מיר ברענגן‬ ‫פערזענליך די‬

‫שענסטע‬ ‫סחורה‬ ‫פון פעלד!‬ ‫אתרוגים הערליכע‬ ‫יאנאווא‬ ‫דערי‬ ‫ארץ ישראל‬

‫לולבים‬

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‫די יאר‬ ‫די מצב אפילו מיט‬ ‫איב‬ ‫ער‬ ‫די‬ ‫וו‬ ‫איז‬ ‫עלט‬ ‫אינז געלו‬ ‫צו פארען אין נגען אליינס‬ ‫אינזערע פברענגען פון‬ ‫עלדער‬ ‫די שענסטע‬

‫‪NEW LOCATION‬‬ ‫‪RET‬‬ ‫‪ALE‬‬ ‫‪AIL A‬‬ ‫‪ND WHOLES‬‬

‫יעקב בער פריעדמאן‬ ‫שמואל זלמן פריעדמאן‬ ‫אברהם יהושע העשיל ניישלאס‬ ‫יעקב רוזנער‬ ‫בנימין פאפענהיים‬ ‫יהודה פישער‬

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‫הכנסת ספר תורה ע"י הרה"צ אב"ד סאטמאר ‪ 15‬עוו‪ .‬לבית מדרשו‪ ,‬בהשתתפות האדמו"ר מסאטמאר‬


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‫גרינפעל‬ ‫ד‬ ‫'‬ ‫ס‬ ‫ח‬ ‫ר‬ ‫די‬ ‫מנ‬ ‫ע"יעכבוחדדת יד‪ ,‬טוויותפגבץ ל ש מם ציצית‬ ‫ה‬ ‫אשון ול רא‪ ,‬כפו‬ ‫ע"י אבר א כח כ ל שמונ‬ ‫כים יר"ש בהחוש נעשה ביהה הטויה‬ ‫גחה מיוחדדותר גדול‬

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‫קביעות מזוזה אין נייע אפיס פון אימפעריעל ריעל עסטעיט אין לעיקוואד‬

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‫ערשטע שניט‬ ‫פון נייע פרדסים‬ ‫וואס איז‬ ‫באקאנט מיט די‬ ‫שיינקייט‬

‫מהודר'דיגע‬ ‫הכשר פון‬ ‫ביד"צ עדה‬ ‫החרדית‬

‫געקליבן דורך‬ ‫אברכים‬ ‫מומחים יראים‬ ‫ושלמים‬

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