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פרשת דברים ו' אב תשע”ח
Celebrating a Siyum or a Seudas Mitzvah
May I partake of meat in the Nine Days?
The Unexpected Siyum Doing for the other does something for me
L’kavod the Learning A siyum menu
Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden
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JULY 29-30 There is truly no place like Camp HASC. It's an extraordinary place that offers a break of ordinary. A place where those with disabilities and challenges can take a break and be regular campers. A place that offers families a much-needed respite. On Sunday, July 29th & Monday the 30th, let us all take a collective break from what we're doing and help Camp HASC raise $1 Million Dollars by donating to: www.Break4Hasc.org â†’ For 36 hours your donation will be quadrupled. Camp HASC can really use a break, weâ€™re relying on your support. #break4Hasc
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“THIS TRIP IS GOING TO BE FANTASTIC,” said Moshe to Dovid and Yossi. “I already made our reservations. The only issue is transportation. Maybe we should rent a car and split the cost and the driving.” “I have a great idea. Let’s borrow your father’s new car!” suggested Dovid with an impish grin. “That would take our trip to a whole new level.” “Oh, I don’t know about that,” countered Yossi. “Moshe, your father is very careful with that car. I don’t think it’s worth the risk. Besides, we could never really relax if we had to worry so much over the car.” “Oh, come on,” Dovid said. “Moshe’s father has to be one of the nicest men I know. I’m sure he’ll lend us the car if Moshe begs him. We’ll be careful, but even if something did happen to the car, he couldn’t stay mad at Moshe for long. He really loves you, Moshe.” “Moshe’s father is a nice man, but he is also very into his car. In fact, I’m only half joking when I say that he loves that car more than anything in this world. He would forgive Moshe if something happened to the car, but he’d be very upset and less likely to trust Moshe in the future,” added Yossi. “Maybe Yossi’s right,” said Moshe. “Come on, Moshe. You’re so generous,” replied Dovid. “You always like to be nice to people. All you have to do is ask, and we could have a great trip.” “No way,” asserted Yossi. “This is asking too much. Moshe should be less generous in this case. Let’s rent a car.” It stung Moshe a little to hear Yossi speak of his father this way, but he knew that Yossi was right. It wasn’t worth the risk to borrow the new car. Moshe agreed with Yossi that a rental was a better choice, and finally Dovid agreed. Who is the better friend in this story, Dovid or Yossi? On the surface, it might appear that Dovid is the better friend. After all, most of what he said were compliments. Moshe is generous. Moshe’s father is nice, he loves Moshe, and he would surely forgive Moshe. Yossi, on the other hand, speaks somewhat
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negatively. He says Moshe should be stingy, and he makes Moshe’s father sound very materialistic. And yet, we can see that Yossi is being the true friend. Dovid does not have Moshe’s best interests at heart, so his compliments are not so complimentary. Yossi does have Moshe’s best interests at heart, so his insults are actually kindnesses. In Parshas Devarim, Moshe Rabbeinu spends 37 days speaking to Klal Yisroel. Much of what Moshe says is rebuke. On the other hand, we saw in Parshas Balak that Bilaam spoke great praise of the Jewish people. It would seem that compliments are “better” than criticisms. Why, then, did Bilaam praise Klal Yisroel? Why did Moshe rebuke them? Clearly, Moshe Rabbeinu’s actions were better than Bilaam’s, but how was the rebuke better? Bilaam praised the Jewish people because he wanted them to feel satisfied with who they were. Instead of seeing their own flaws, they saw only good in themselves. By thinking well of their level, they became vulnerable to sin, and this is exactly what Bilaam wanted. He then advised Balak to send in the Midianite women to entice the Yidden to sin. Moshe Rabbeinu, l’havdil, spoke words of rebuke and criticism to the Jewish people. He wanted to motivate Klal Yisroel to do teshuvah. Giving a compliment can make a person feel better about themselves, but giving guidance and direction can help them live better lives. But giving mussar is only the first part of the process. The second part is for the recipient of the rebuke, who must be both open to hearing criticism and willing to change. Accepting constructive criticism can be very difficult. Change is difficult. Growth is difficult. It has been said that some people who look in the mirror and do not like what they see blame the mirror. A mature person wants to know if they have a problem so that they can take steps to correct it. It can be hard to accept criticism rather than compliments, but being willing to accept rebuke may very well be one of the best complimentary things about us. It may be hard, but it’s surely worth it.
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O&R Issues Customer Alert for Fraudulent Payment Scam A PHONY BILL PAYMENT scam that has been sweeping the nation has hit the Monsey area as well, with fraudsters demanding payments from Orange and Rockland Utilities customers for what they claim are past due gas and electric bills. An alert issued by O&R on July 10 warned customers to be
wary of people claiming to represent the utility company calling and threatening to discontinue service unless payment is made immediately. Victims are instructed to purchase a Green Dot MoneyPak, a prepaid debit card, at a nearby pharmacy or convenience store and to call back immediately with the num-
bers on the card or risk having their service turned off that day. Fraudsters then transfer the Green Dot MoneyPak funds to another card, redeeming the money at an ATM. Anyone who has received a phone call of this nature is asked to hang up immediately and to call O&R at 1-877-434-4100.
Source of E. Coli Outbreak Finally Identified AFTER WEEKS of urging the public to avoid romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak, federal officials have pinpointed the source of the problem and have declared the emergency over. The Journal News reported that the bacteria was found in canal waters in Yuma, Arizona. According to a statement released by the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control tested water, soil and cow manure in their attempts
to find traces of E. coli 0157:H7, the bacteria that sickened 210 people in 36 states, including 11 in New York. Five people died after consuming tainted lettuce. The outbreak was first discovered on April 4 and was proclaimed officially over on June 28. Another E. coli outbreak that took place in November and December and sickened 25 people was also determined to be caused by leafy
greens, but was unrelated to this most recent scare.
Arrests Made in Motzei Shabbos Wesley Hills Robbery LESS THAN A WEEK after the incident occured, two local men are under arrest for taking watches, jewelry and a camera from a Wesley Hills home. VIN News reported that the two suspects made their way into the unlocked home of Boruch and Chana Weingarden just as Shabbos was ending on July 7. Hearing footsteps in her home, Mrs. Weingarden, the mother of nine, assumed that her husband and brother had just returned
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home from shul. Walking into her kitchen, she was stunned to find two men with bandanas covering their faces. After being confronted by Mrs. Weingarden, the pair fled the house and left the area on foot. The entire incident took just minutes. Boruch Weingarden noted that the robbers seemed familiar with the layout of his familyâ€™s East Lane home, including the location of the master bedroom and several exits.
The Ramapo Police Department arrested 20-year-old Nicholas Kurpick of Montebello and 19-year-old Lonney Mathes of Airmont on July 12. They were charged with robbery and burglary; both felony charges of the second-degree. Kurpick has two prior arrests, both for theft. Police said that they could not comment on any details of how the arrest was made, but reminded all area residents to keep their doors locked.
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THE 22ND ANNUAL KUPATH EZRAH ASIFA Reb Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin woos the assembled The 8th day of Chanukah will remain etched in our collective memory as a day of an outstanding miracle. Reb Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin, who was languishing in a Federal prison with a sentence of 27 years based on trumped up charges was suddenly pardoned by President Donald Trump and released after serving 8 ½ years of his term. The shock turned into joy, the joy turned into festivities, the festivities turned into gratitude and thanks to Hashem. Reb Sholom Mordechai attained celebrity status as he shared his saga of faith and trust in Hashem under extreme adversity. His battle cry of Emunah Bitachon Geulah, hit the Greater Jewish community as a tsunami. This was a moment in time where Jews from all walks of life joined together in unison in an unprecedented display of Achdus. Kupath Ezrah grasped the opportunity to invite Reb Sholom Mordechai as the keynote speaker for this year’s annual Asifa. He was introduced by Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz director of the Yated Neeman. Rav Pinchos was most instrumental in bringing Reb Sholom Mordechai’s plight to the public which helped facilitate his release. Rabbi Lipschutz talked about his longstanding relationship with Kupath Ezrah from the days when he was Talmid of Rabbi Hershel Mashinsky the founder of Kupath Ezrah, until today. He also spoke about how the Monsey community came together to support the Rubashkin family , physically, morally , and financially during their trying time. Rabbi Rubashkin blended his passion and his wit as he shared his story of his steadfast faith in Hashem in his most harrowing and trying times. He shared how during the deepest darkest moments of his incarceration when all prospects of an early release seemed to be the most improbable, that is where he gathered his belief and reliance in Hashem. He pointed out how he was unyielding and uncompromising when it came to his religious beliefs and convictions. He would not be coerced to forfeit his Yarmulke or Tzitzis. He would not miss reciting his Tehillim every day. His observance of Mitzvos was impeccable. He studied and reviewed the Sefer Chovas Halvavos countless times. Reb Sholom Mordechai expressed his gratitude to the Monsey community for being a stalwart beacon of strength to his family while he was incarcerated. His message to the assembled was that this experience taught him that wherever we are and whatever possession we think we own, in reality does not belong to us. Hashem appoints us as emissaries to share what we have with others. Rabbi Feivel Mashinsky shared with the audience the latest projects and programs of Kupath Ezrah. Parniseini directed by Rabbi Frankel is a multi-faceted job placement and advocacy program. Since August of last year 89 jobs were placed. 530 people have been assisted with consultations and financial advice. Over 10,000 phone calls and emails have been responded to. This is the highest level of charity. The Shaindy Mashinsky Kallah Fund was established in memory of Shaindy A”H the daughter of Rabbi Yosef N. Mashinsky Shlit”a. To date over $250,000 has been distributed as a stipend to help local poor Kallahs. Rabbi Mashinsky also introduced the latest innovative way of giving. CHANGEMONSEY.ORG helps every inhabitant in Monsey to contribute to Kupath Ezrah in an easy way. Simply by sign-
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“Rabi Elazar of Bartosa used to say: Give Him what is His, for you and whatever is yours is His. As Dovid Hamelech says, ‘For everything comes from You, and from Your Own hand we give to You’ (Divrei Hayamim 29:14).’” (Avos 3:7) THE MEFORSHIM EXPLAIN that this mishnah encourages us to give tzedakah without any fear that we are losing out, because after all, everything is Hashem’s and ultimately belongs to Him. Chazal have taught us that by saying Parshas Hamann on a daily basis, we are guaranteed never to go hungry. By saying Parshas Hamann, we focus and clearly recognize that all parnassah comes from Hashem. Indeed, that is the lesson of this mishnah: to recognize that everything belongs to Hashem. However, the lashon that the Tanna uses is still perplexing. Why does he tell us to “give Him what is His”? If it already belongs to Hashem, how can we give it to Him? All of us understand that we are here to improve our middos. No one can say that he is perfect and has nothing to work on. We must constantly make a personal inventory of our middos so that we can know what to correct while we are still alive. Without this constant awareness, we don’t have the clarity to know what exactly needs to be improved. At the same time, humans also have a desire to be unique, whether in matters of gashmiyus or ruchniyus. But what is real uniqueness in the eyes of Hakadosh Baruch Hu? The Even Shleimah (Shimloyer Rav, zt”l) in Parshas Pinchas brings down that the Baal Shem Hakadosh said on the pasuk
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“Hashem malach gei’us laveish” (Tehillim 93:1) that Hashem hates gaavah and wants a person to be an anav, humble. When a person rids himself of gaavah because of Hashem’s honor, Hashem creates for Himself a garment out of this gaavah, which is the most precious material. The Rambam writes a pshat on the words we say every day, “L’maan yezamercha kavod” (Tehillim 30:13), as follows: If a person uses honor l’Shem Shamayim and not for his own pleasure, and he returns the honor to the Owner of the honor, then the honor will thank and praise
Once we rid ourselves of such middos, Hashem takes them and creates the most precious clothes out of them. Hakadosh Baruch Hu for its own creation. In the words of the pasuk, “Lemaan yezamercha kavod” — the honor will sing praises to Hashem for its own creation. The same, writes the Even Shleimah, applies to all of our bad middos. Hashem Yisborach gave us those middos so that we can grow in avodas Hashem by overpowering them and throwing them away. We must rid ourselves of middos like anger, taavah and gaavah, which prevent us from building a strong connection to Hakadosh Baruch Hu. However, once we rid ourselves of such middos, Hashem takes them and creates the most precious clothes out of them. The same is true if a person is naturally very softhearted and compassionate, and yet in a time of need
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pushes away those middos to be strong and act like an achzar against the yetzer hara just for the honor of Hashem. In such instances Hashem will also create garments out of the middos that were pushed away in His honor. Every Yid is born with a unique purpose, and none of us can fulfill the purpose of another Yid. The Nesivos Sholom writes that we can discover our purpose by recognizing what is the most difficult thing for us to change. Even if we daven three times a day and learn the entire day, this goal remains unfulfilled unless it is addressed. To fulfill the requirement of this goal, one must use true mesiras nefesh, because simply using the power of our brain is not enough. Now we can better understand the Tanna’s words. The Tanna is telling us that if we want to feel unique, like no one else in the world, instead of searching for uniqueness in gashmiyus’dik ways, which will never bring real simcha anyway, we should give Him what is His. Hashem gave us difficult middos to work on, and now we must overpower them and give them back to Hashem. Perhaps we feel that those traits are part of our character, but “you and whatever is yours” — even those things that make us feel unique — can also be worked on so that they can become His. And that’s why Dovid Hamelech said with pride: “For everything from You, and from Your Own hand, we give to You!” Rabbi Dovid Steiman specializes in the chinuch of today’s bachurim, enabling them to become their very best selves. To listen to this shiur by phone, call 712-775-7279, access code 705846#, reference 8 for English or 9 for Yiddish.
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Recipes by: Leah Stern Photo credit: C. Tarkieltaub Many have the custom, according to the Arizal, of concluding a siyum in the Nine Days. According to many poskim, the baal hasiyum and his guests are permitted to partake in a formal meal that includes wine and meat. Men of all age groups can be zoche to make this beautiful simcha and utter the sacred words “Hadran alach”; it’s not about the amount of material covered, but rather the effort and toil that was invested in it. We women have the zechus to commemorate and encourage further growth in learning by investing heart and pride in preparing a siyum. (And for all those whose husbands do without the to-do and are misayam on schnapps and lekach, you are not alone.
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This filling entree is most appropriate for those who want to avoid serving soup in the heat. This dish is best served warm, but is delicious at room temperature as well.
SHELLS 6–8 wraps
1 large spanish onion, diced
1. Place wraps in metal taco shell molds and bake at 350° for ten minutes. Alternatively, grease a small round foil pan, place wrap inside, and bake.
¼ cup oil
1 butternut squash, cut into 1-inch cubes (8–9 cups) 1 box mushrooms, checked and sliced 1½ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. white pepper Dash of cayenne pepper
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1. Saute onion in oil until transparent. Add rest of vegetables. 2. Cook on medium heat for approximately 45 minutes. Stir occasionally, taking care not to break or mush squash. 3. Season with salt and spices. 4. Place vegetables in wraps right before serving. Short on time? You can use a 24-ounce frozen butternut squash and an 8-ounce can of mushrooms, but texture will be more watery.
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INGREDIENTS 15 loose potatoes 1 large loose carrot 1 container sour pickles 1 purple onion 1 red pepper 1 green pepper ¼ cup vinegar 2 T. salt
DIRECTIONS 1. Wash unpeeled potatoes well and place whole in a pot of water. 2. Bring to a boil and cook for approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes. Test for doneness by piercing with a fork. Fork should go in easily without breaking the potatoes. 3. While potatoes are cooking, grate a carrot and sour pickle on medium shredder blade. Cut onion and peppers into short, thin strips. 4. Place all vegetables in a bowl with vinegar, salt, sugar and black pepper.
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This is a specialty dish. The velveting method serves as a meat tenderizer, resulting in soft and moist cutlets.
Velveted Chicken Swirls
DIRECTIONS CHICKEN 3 disposable sixcup muffin pans
4 egg whites 2 T. corn starch
8 chicken cutlets
LETCHO 1½ large Spanish onions, diced ¼ cup oil
2 medium squash 2 large tomatoes 1 red pepper
DIPPING OIL ¾ cup oil
¼ tsp. salt
½ tsp. paprika
COATING 1 egg, beaten
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1. Cut all chicken cutlets in half to get two thin cutlets from each.
1. Grease muffin pans.
2. Mix eggs with starch until well combined and place in a bag with chicken, making sure to coat all pieces. Place in fridge for minimum one hour up to overnight.
2. Sprinkle each muffin cup with bread crumbs, coating bottom and sides. 3. Dip each cutlet in oil mixture and lay on flat surface. 4. Place 1½ tablespoon letcho on each cutlet.
5. Roll up cutlet.
1. Saute onion in oil in a large fryer until transparent.
6. Place in muffin pan, rose style (with seam to side).
2. Dice all vegetables and add to pot. Cook for 25 minutes. Season with ½ teaspoon salt and a dash of pepper.
7. Brush chicken with beaten egg. 8. Sprinkle with bread crumbs. 9. Bake in preheated oven on 350° for 25 minutes.
2 Principles To Live By For Long Term Weight Loss action. Emotions tells us what is painful - move away, what's pleasure - pursue it.
what may seem like good intentions actually leads to making the process even more challenging.
Truth be told, I don't blame you.
In essence, emotions control what we do and how we do it.
If there is an easy way to achieving your goals why not take it?
With this in mind, let's take a look at the traditional way we go about losing weight.
You have a much higher chance of achieving long term success if we can work with the emotional side instead of working against it.
When you look at all the information out there in the diet industry it doesn't take long to find all sorts of different ways to help you lose weight.
You follow a simple plan that seems easy to follow. It is so easy it even takes away all the guess work. There is practically no excuses for you not to stick to the plan.
We all want the easy approach to weight loss. A simple, easy to follow system that guarantees weight loss results once and for all
You can chose a sha ke diet, a vegetable diet, a vegetable and shake diet, a high protein diet, a no carb diet, a low-carb diet... The choices are endless. However, when looking at the results that these diets are producing, there seems to be a pattern. People do extremely well while they are on any given program. As soon as the program stops, 95% of people put the weight back on. It might take 5 years but the weight comes back on. Now, if losing weight only to put it back on so you have to go on the diet again is called success to you then, my friend, keep doing what you are doing! At the Smith System success means achieving your weight loss goals and maintaining them. Putting the weight back on is an ultimate failure. At the Smith System we look at the person as a whole. For the purpose of today, let us discuss th e two sides that every person has. The Rational side and the Emotional side. The rational side understands logic. It is the side that you can rationalize and explain concepts to. The emotional side doesn't understand logic. It doesn't care that cake doesn't fit into your diet.
Here are two foundational things you need to truly internalize if you want long term weight loss. 1. The quickest way to long term weight loss is believing that there is no short cut.
A ll rational reasoning.
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THE MINHAG IS not to partake of meat (or chicken1) nor wine (or grape juice2) from Rosh Chodesh Av.3 The reason for this is that from Rosh Chodesh Av we decrease in simcha, and Chazal tell us, “Ein simcha ela b’basar v’yayin.” Another reason is that since the korbanos consisted of meat and wine, we desist to remember it. Based on the second reason, some are machmir not to partake of meat and wine from Shivah Asar B’Tammuz since that’s when the Korban Hatamid ceased to be brought.4 One who accidently made a bracha on meat or wine should taste a little of it so that his bracha shouldn’t be l’vatalah.5 One who accidently prepared a meat dish, however, may not eat it.6 The minhag is to refrain from eating a dish that was cooked together with meat or wine7 unless it is batel b’shishim. However, a dish that was cooked in a clean meat pot may be eaten even if meat was cooked in it within the last 24 hours.8 The poskim differ on whether one may taste fleishig food on Erev Shabbos as one does every week. Some say not do it at all,9 others say one may taste it and spit it out.10 Still others say that one may even swallow what he tasted.11 If one feels that it is necessary to taste it to make sure it’s tasty, then one may taste
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rest of the people attending may not.19 In a year when Tisha B’Av falls out on Shabbos this does not apply, and all friends and relatives can partake of the meat and wine like the halacha of a seudas mitzvah that takes place before shavua shechal bo.20 One is only allowed to eat meat at a seudas mitzvah at the place where the seudah is taking place; therefore one who takes some food home may not partake of it.21 Regarding a siyum, even friends and relatives who did not partake of the learning may eat meat at the seudah, as long as they would have come even if it would have taken place at another time (while following the guidelines in the previous halacha). However, according to some poskim, only those who are somehow connected to the learning — such as the gabba’im, those who supported the learning through donations, or even those who helped prepare the seudah — may be invited to the seudah, but not other friends.22 Some suggest that only one who would make a seudas siyum even if it fell out on other days may do so when it falls out in the Nine Days.23 The Mishnah Berurah rules that only a siyum that falls out naturally during the Nine Days may be celebrated with meat and wine, and one may not purposely learn slower or faster to make the siyum fall out during the Nine Days.24 There are those, however, who have the minhag to even purposely plan a siyum during these days.25 To the other extreme, the Aruch Hashulchan says that the minhag in his place was to even postpone a siyum that would naturally fall out during the Nine Days in order to be able to fully celebrate it after Tisha B’Av. To avoid having to abide by all the above conditions and in order to not put oneself in a machlokes haposkim, some have the minhag to serve fish during a seudas mitzvah instead of meat.26 Since there are many different minhagim in regard to all this, everyone should ask his rav what to do. Since most of the Beis Hamikdash burned on the tenth of Av, the Ashkenazic minhag is to also refrain from meat and wine on the tenth of Av until chatzos. However, in a year like this, when Tisha B’Av was postponed, the minhag is to only refrain from meat and wine until
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the morning of the tenth, and not until chatzos.27 Nevertheless, even though havdalah is made at night, one may drink the havdalah wine on Motzei Tisha B’Av himself, and does not have to give it to a child.28 Rabbi Chaviv Danesh is a graduate of Ohr LaGolah Rabbinic Training Program. He writes a column on yomim tovim for the Ohrnet weekly publication and is currently working on a sefer on yomim tovim as well. He resides and learns with his family in Yerushalayim.
1 Mishnah Berurah 551:64-66; see also 551:2 in regard to Seudas Hamafesekes and Mishnah Berurah there. 2 Mishnah Berurah 551:66; Ohr Letzion vol. 3 26:8 3 Even though the Gemara only prohibits this by the Seudas Hamafsekes, the minhag is to stop from Rosh Chodesh Av. 4Tur and Beis Yosef 551:9 5 S’dei Chemed; Shevet HaLevi 9:131 6 Ohr Letzion vol. 3 26:3 footnote 7See Shevet Halevi 9:132 8 Mishnah Berurah 551:63 9 Ashrei Ha’Ish, Orach Chaim vol. 3 69:30 10 Rivevos Efrayim vol. 1 367:1; Hisorerus Teshuvah vol. 2 siman 169 11 Ohr Letzion vol. 3 26:4 12 Kovetz M’Beis Levi vol. 13 p. 49 in the name of Rav Wosner, zt”l; see also Ohr Leztion vol. 3 26:4 13 Igros Moshe Orach Chaim vol. 4 21:4; according to the Ohr Letzion there is no need to be machmir with meat and wine with kids under bar mitzvah. According to Rav Elyashiv, zt”l, one can always be meikel with chicken for kids under the age of nine. 14 Mishnah Berurah 551:70; regarding the age of two to three years, see Kara Alai Moed in the name of Rav Wosner, zt”l; see Ohr Letzion vol. 1 siman 38 who is meikel until the age of bar mitzvah 15 See Ashrei Ha’Ish 16 Kaf Hachaim 551:158; the Magen Avraham says that even if the suedah does not take place on the day he became bar mitzvah, it is a seudas mitzvah if the bar mitzvah boy gives a drasha. However, l’chatchilah one shouldn’t make the seudah on these days if it is not on the day he became bar mitzvah. 17 Rema, Orach Chaim 551:10 18 Mishnah Berurah 551:76 19 Mishnah Berurah 551:77 20 Mishnah Berurah 551:77 21 Mishnah Berurah 551:75 22 See Biur Halacha 551:10 “v’siyum maseches” in the name of Rav Yaakov Emden, zt”l 23 See Mishnah Berurah 551:73 24 Mishnah Berurah 551:73; see also Aruch Hashulchan 551:28 25 See Kaf Hachaim 551:161; see Piskei Teshuvos and Ntei Gavriel for a list of the many minhagim especially concerning chasidim regarding this. 26 Ben Ish Chai; see Kaf Hachaim 551:165 27 Rema 558:1 28 Mishna Berurah 556:3 and Shaar Hatzion 7
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MY USUALLY WELL-STOCKED freezer stood in the corner of my kitchen, forlorn, a hulking mass of metal emitting vapor on almost-bare ice-frosted shelves. It contained one or two containers of soup, some plastic-wrapped chicken trays, and several hardto-identify soggy foil-wrapped somethings or other. No challos. No kokosh cake. Not even chocolate chip cookies. (I guess it’s apparent that I am of Hungarian descent and live in the US of A.) This particular summer had found me, aside from the regulars — washing ice pop residue off the floors, dealing with an overflow of wet clothing, and constantly running after my kids outdoors — occupied with extra duties. First my sister-in-law’s two-year-old stayed with us for two weeks (baruch
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Hashem, oif simchos), and immediately thereafter one of my children was hospitalized. Coming on the head of all that, I faced my freezer on this Thursday morning in the Nine Days, determined to fill up those shelves. I usually do most of my Shabbos cooking on Thursday and fulfill “to’ame’ah chaim zachu” in the form of Thursday night dinner. Being that a fleishig meal was not an option now, I had made sure to double most of the Shabbos cooking the week before, and the menu I’d planned for this particular Thursday night was what my children call “The Breakfast Supper.” It includes rolls, spreads and some salads, and is always a favorite. I try not to overdo the cooking in the Nine Days, anyway. Nutritious — yes, palatable — okay, but gourmet and fancy — absolutely not.
So, some extra time, a bored cleaning lady (no laundry, no heavy cleaning) and voila! It was the perfect day for a full-fledged bake-a-thon. Armed with lots and lots of ingredients, two cleaned ovens turned parve according to our dayan’s specifications, two mixers (my trusty old Bosch and an even older Kitchen-Aid), I got to work full force. As the second challah dough was just starting to mix, my phone rang. The caller ID announced my husband’s workplace, but it was still pretty early in the day for the “just checking in” phone call. “Hello,” I said over the whirr of the machine. “Good morning to you.” My husband’s voice sounded excited, yet somewhat hesitant. “I just finished a mesechta. I know that you usually use the Shabbos food as Thursday’s supper, so I figured that it will make it much easier for you if we have a fleishige siyum tonight. I didn’t tell you about this earlier, because I wasn’t sure if I would manage to finish the learning.” Mustering up all the excitement I was able to, I injected positivity and pride into my response and put down the phone. Now what? My thoughts were racing as I quickly went through several menu options. First things first! I pulled some chicken out of the freezer; chicken soup was a must if I wanted it to look like I had been cooking for Shabbos. As for bilkelach for our festive night, at least my challah dough was up; I’d just take off some dough. I prepared some roasted chicken that went straight into the cleaned-for-parve oven, and it was soon joined by potato kugels baked in ramekins to strike that perfect balance of a Shabbos-siyum meal, so my husband wouldn’t be the wiser. Then I decided to invite my parents — they didn’t do that well on a prolonged milchig diet — and dressed up the table with an entree of layered vegetables in mini trifles. Dessert wasn’t too hard; I had all the ingredients for jumbo chocolate chip cookies at hand! But I couldn’t forget about the remaining dough
that still needed to be shaped into challos. While deftly braiding them, it suddenly hit me: My husband had worked so hard to finish a mesechta to make it easier for me, and here I was, working so, so hard not to make him feel bad. Who exactly was gaining anything from all of this? That is when I remembered a little anecdote that I had read about many years earlier. Several weeks before her wedding, Simi, an excited kallah, went to visit her beloved grandparents. Thinking about the wonderful relationship that her grandparents shared, she posed a question: “Bubby, can you please give me some good shalom bayis tips?” “Well, it is always good to be tuned into your husband’s likes and dislikes,” her grandmother said. “Be ready to give up of yourself for him. Let me share with you one sacrifice that I have made over the years: Knowing that Zeidy prefers the chicken thigh, I serve that to him each night, and I have the drumstick, even though I also like the thigh better.” Just then, Zeidy walked into the kitchen and caught on to the conversation. He started laughing and said, “Really? I always thought that I was eating the thigh because you like the drumstick! I always feel like I am giving you the choiciest part!” Simi looked on incredulously. “I am having a hard time understanding this. For the past fifty years, you were both eating your lesser preferred part of the chicken, thinking that you are doing the other person a favor, and nobody gained anything!” “It is not like that,” Bubby retorted. “For the past fifty years, night after night, we both invested in our marriage. That alone tastes much better than a preferred piece of chicken.”
I try not to overdo the cooking in the Nine Days anyway. Nutritious — yes, palatable — okay, but gourmet and fancy — absolutely not.
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A friend of ours recently said that after all of these years, he still finds paying shivah calls so intense and difficult. As much as chesed comes naturally to him in so many ways, and as much as he knows how special and appreciated this act of kindness is, it still overwhelms him. I don’t think he’s alone. We were raised in a culture that promotes happy endings and doesn’t dwell much on the messier, more difficult parts of life and loss. Dealing with hardship of any sort isn’t easy. We tend to distract ourselves from the sadder parts of life by keeping busy or getting involved in other things, or somehow convincing ourselves that “it’s probably for the best” and focusing on whatever silver lining we can come up with. We make retirement parties and goodbye parties, cheering people on when in all probability they’d prefer a shoulder to cry on. It’s just so much easier not to deal with the downs. Coming to a shivah house, though, there’s nowhere to hide. The pain of loss is prevalent and palpable. We’re not meant to make it anything but
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what it is. And that is the bittersweet beauty of shivah. A woman I heard speak many years ago told of making her decision to convert to Judaism after she and her Jewish husband both lost their fathers the same year. Her husband came from a religious family and sat shivah with them. She saw the way they had the opportunity to fully grieve during shivah without distraction, whereas her Irish relatives got drunk after her father’s funeral and numbly went to work the next day. She realized the sensitivity inherent in our mitzvos, the understanding Hakadosh Baruch Hu has for our needs, especially at such a vulnerable time. The halachos of aveilus were exactly in sync with her needs to mourn. She embraced Torah fully as a result of that recognition, convinced and confident that it was what her soul craved in all areas and stages of life.
When paying a shivah call, rather than being selfconscious about how we sound or seem, it’s probably more productive to imagine how the mourners are feeling and what their needs may be. Coming from that place of empathy is always so helpful. They’re processing a loss, and so they appreciate the support of friends and family and the desire of others to learn about their loved one They are feeling such strong emotions and are relieved to know that their feelings won’t overwhelm others. Instead of helping them see “the bright side,” visitors can be such a comfort when they hold and share the pain with them. A high school boy went to be menachem avel his beloved rosh yeshivah, who had suffered a devastating loss. While he was there, another esteemed rosh yeshivah came in and took a seat across from the avel. The young man was anxious to hear what he believed would be powerful, inspiring words of chizuk and encouragement. Instead, he saw the visiting rabbi take the hands of his peer and, with tears in his eyes, simply say, “It must be awful. It must be so, so hard.” That taught him far more about what comfort means than any speech could have.
The word rachamim comes from the root of rechem, a womb. For the greatest compassion is found in just holding and housing another, wherever they are emotionally. We so often believe that to help someone in a sad place we need to fix things for him or her, to turn things around for the better, to make them shift to a happier place. Doing that, though, gives them the impression that what they are dealing with is too much for us, that it’ll only be tolerable if we can change it somehow. It’s when we can join another and just hold their hand or their gaze, when we can give them the message of imo anochi b’tzara (I’m with you in your pain) as Hashem does, that we really offer solace. By their seeing that their pain isn’t too much for us to share, they are reassured that they aren’t “too much” and can get through their process without needing to accommodate others’ needs for them to move on. Also important to remember is that less is more. Part of why shivah calls are intimidating is because we assume we have to work hard at them. We may think we have to come up with the perfect memory of the loved one, or the perfect question or comment. Best is to follow the mourner’s lead. Asking a simple question like, “Which quality of your loved one stood out for you?” can allow for thoughts to flow. If the mourner asks you a question like, “Do you remember my mother/father…?” you can be honest and real. Embellishments aren’t appreciated or necessary, but real memories and impressions are special. And if silence seems the choice at the time of your visit, you shouldn’t feel pressured to fill the space with words. The avel may appreciate the chance to be comfortable being quiet and in his or her own thoughts, content with the warmth of company around while doing so. If you are goal-oriented, you will be frustrated if your goal is to “see the avel smile” or feel better. You
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We were raised in a culture that promotes happy endings and doesn’t dwell much on the messier, more difficult parts of life and loss.
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I HAD NO PREMONITION, nothing that hinted that this balmy spring day would become so tragic. I had no idea that this very date would forever be commemorated as my sister-in-law Chaya Sury’s yahrtzeit. Chaya Sury was always so full of life, full of wisdom and wit. She was such a caring wife to her husband and the best daughter parents could have. She was a gem of a granddaughter and the quintessential lovely daughter-in-law. She was such a good friend and neighbor to many. But most of all was the devotion she showed to her darling little and not-so-little children. She was so tuned in to their needs and
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wants, and gave each child genuine love and attention. She so doted on her children, the children who were now bereft of a mother. She was the most treasured sister-in-law ever. Her phone number was the one I would dial for every chinuch-relationship-cooking-baking-crafting question. She would listen so carefully and would always know just what to answer. She would know when to be serious and just when to have a good laugh. She was the life of the party and the light of my life. AFTER a most heart-wrenching levayah, all I longed for was to sit down in a low chair and mourn.
Mourn and be comforted. But there was nobody to tell me “HaMakom yenachem,” because I was not an avel. It didn’t matter how loud my feelings proclaimed that I had been just as close to Chaya Sury as her siblings had. Instead, I found myself at the supermarket with a list of ingredients in my hand. I avoided meeting people’s gazes and lowered my eyes from the pitying stares as I bought all I needed to cook a meal for the aveilim. Although so many amazing friends and relatives came forth with offers for food, the first days were filled by us siblings-in-law. I spent as much time as possible in the shivah house. With all that
pain and sorrow, there is a measure of comfort that is gleaned just by sitting together with the family and drawing strength from each other, by listening to the words of chizuk from laymen and rabbanim and from those who had already lost a loved one. It was consoling to hear about all those whose lives were touched by Chaya Sury’s presence. Yet most of the time, I was busy not with the memories and solace, but with dispensing drinks, picking up phones, cleaning the kitchen, refilling the tissues, taking out trash bag after trash bag, and running out for yet another few missing essentials. Upon the urging of my husband,
I stayed home in Monsey every other day, as the shivah was taking place in the city. My children were so confused and broken and needed me to talk to them. They needed some stability during this shaky time. They had lost a loving aunt, their father was sitting shivah, and it was hard for them to process it all. But the days spent at home were so, so much harder than the time spent at the shivah house. I felt so disconnected, yet my mind was there with my family all day. I couldn’t stop thinking about Chaya Sury. It was so validating to hear from my dear brother-in-law Avi, Chaya Sury’s grieving husband, when the arduous week was over, “There were
more than twenty people sitting shivah, but many, many more were standing shivah with us.” SEVERAL months passed and Chodesh Av arrived. For the first time, I acutely felt what the Nine Days really mean. I heard Hakadosh Baruch Hu telling us, “Kinderlach, to this loss, we are all biologically related. It is our collective sorrow, and one of such great magnitude. Come, sit with Me. Forget about the mundane everyday tasks for now. Let’s talk about and realize what we had and what we lost. Let’s think of what we can do to attain it again. Let’s mourn the Beis Hamikdash. And let us, together, be comforted. Nachamu ami.”
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THERE IS A STORY in the biography of Monsey’s founding father, R’ Shraga Feivel Mendlowitz, zt”l, that once, while walking with his talmidim outside, one of them nonchalantly ripped off a leaf from a tree, and upon seeing this, R’ Shraga Feivel started crying. We must realize that when stepping foot onto a trail in the woods, we are entering sacred territory. While public parklands are indeed there for the enjoyment of all, at the same time, there are many who consider themselves stewards of the wild and take it as a personal affront when the wilderness is not given the respect it deserves. Taking a nice hike means that you have recognized the pleasure of joining the “outdoor community” (even if it’s just for the day) and that you are committed to upholding the ethics and good practices of the outdoors. The “outdoor community” is a term used to describe like-minded individuals who wish to nourish their mind, body and soul by connecting with nature. When people venture out into the wild, they expect peace, quiet, maturity, respect, serenity and a place for introspection and rejuvenation. This is the unwritten rule of the wild. In this week’s issue, you will become acquainted with the Seven Principles of the Leave No Trace movement. These principles are designed to communicate the best available minimum-impact guidance for enjoying the outdoors responsibly. The Seven Principles of Leave No Trace were developed to help educate and guide recreationists in sustainable minimum-impact practices that mitigate or avoid recreation-related impacts. Although Leave No Trace has its roots in backcountry and wilderness, the practices have been adapted so that they can be applied anywhere — from the backcountry, to local parks and your backyard — and for any recreational activity.
THE SEVEN PRINCIPLES 1. PLAN AHEAD AND PREPARE • Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you’ll visit. • Prepare for extreme weather, hazards and emergencies. • Schedule your trip to avoid times of high use. • Visit in small groups when possible. Consider splitting larger groups into smaller groups. • Repackage food to minimize waste. • Use a map and compass to eliminate the use of marking paint, rock cairns or flagging.
3. DISPOSE OF WASTE PROPERLY • Pack it in, pack it out. Inspect your campsite and rest areas for trash or spilled foods. Pack out all trash, leftover food and litter. • To wash yourself or your dishes, carry water 200 feet away from streams or lakes and use small amounts of biodegradable soap. Scatter strained dishwater.
2. TRAVEL AND CAMP ON DURABLE SURFACES • Durable surfaces include established trails and campsites, rock, gravel, dry grasses or snow. • Protect riparian areas by camping at least 200 feet from lakes and streams. • Good campsites are found, not made. Altering a site is not necessary. • In popular areas: • Concentrate use on existing trails and campsites. • Walk single file in the middle of the trail, even when wet or muddy. • Keep campsites small. Focus activity in areas where vegetation is absent. • In pristine areas: • Disperse use to prevent the creation of campsites and trails. • Avoid places where impacts are just beginning.
5. MINIMIZE CAMPFIRE IMPACTS • Campfires can cause lasting impacts to the environment. Use a lightweight stove for cooking, and enjoy a candle lantern for light. • Where fires are permitted, use established fire rings, fire pans or mound fires. • Keep fires small. Only use sticks from the ground that can be broken by hand. • Burn all wood and coals to ash, put out campfires completely, and then scatter cool ashes.
4. LEAVE WHAT YOU FIND • Preserve the past: Examine, but do not touch, cultural or historic structures and artifacts. • Leave rocks, plants and other natural objects as you find them. Some mosses and lichens take decades to grow. • Avoid introducing or transporting non-native species. • Do not build structures, furniture or dig trenches.
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6. RESPECT WILDLIFE • Observe wildlife from a distance. Do not follow or approach them. • Never feed animals. Feeding wildlife damages their health, alters natural behaviors, and exposes them to predators and other dangers. • Protect wildlife and your food by storing rations and trash securely. • Control pets at all times, or leave them at home. • Avoid wildlife during sensitive times: nesting, raising young, or winter.
7. BE CONSIDERATE OF OTHER VISITORS • Respect other visitors and protect the quality of their experience. • Be courteous. Yield to other users on the trail. • Step to the downhill side of the trail when encountering pack stock (horses on dual-use trails). • Take breaks and camp away from trails and other visitors. • Let nature’s sounds prevail. Avoid loud voices and noises.
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Others before us have committed themselves to a mission so that we can come along later and find beautiful parklands. In an effort to perpetuate their hard work, and to lead by example and make a kiddush Hashem, COMMSAR is on a mission to do the same. We have a stretch of about 8 miles of hiking trails in Harriman State Park that we maintain (in partnership with the New York–New Jersey Trail Conference), which includes adjusting trail blazes, removing hazards and trash, and making sure the trail is not overgrown with brush or blowdown trees. We turn to the community with a plea to take this seriously. The natural world around us is so beautiful and peaceful. It is our right and our duty to see to it that it stays that way. This can only be done if we all commit to carry out what we carry in, focus more on exploring with our eyes than with our hands, and remain mentchlich to others on the trail. Happy hiking!
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Have you ever imagined the overwhelming fear the Yidden must have felt inside the walls of Yerushalayim, surrounded by hordes of Roman soldiers? And inside, the Biryonim terrorized the streets — looting, destroying, murdering. The prayers of the Yidden at that time were certainly potent, packed with the kavanah only fear, hope, hunger and faith can bring. May we feel that potency as we remember the loss of Yiddishe life, land, and of course, the heilige Beis Hamikdash — may it be speedily rebuilt, in our days. SIEGE IS LAID The Romans rarely gave up once siege was laid to a city. Instead, they’d cut off supply chains, cruelly preventing food and water from reaching the besieged city, hoping to starve the inhabitants out. Sieges could take anywhere from days to years. Capturing Yerushalayim took roughly four years in which the hunger was unbearable and the death count high. Famine was so severe that people resorted to even eating whatever strips of leather or refuse was found. Even excrement, mice and grass were considered a blessing to those who found them. Children would literally snatch food from their parents hands, and parents from their childrens’. To make matters worse, inside the city, the Biryonim destroyed or consumed any food they could find, hoping that hunger would entice the Yidden to join the rebel group in fighting the Romans.
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BORN TO KILL A share in the spoils of war combined with the defining Roman principles of virtus (battlefield aggression) and disciplina (discipline) meant that Roman soldiers were known as the world’s most terrifying fighters. It was even said that Roman soldiers were as if “born ready-armed.” The bloodthirsty fighters had no qualms about slaughtering even unarmed, peace-seeking Jewish men, women and children. Even the youngest of infants were not spared when a city was captured.
THREE-PRONGED APPROACH The approach the Roman army used in sieges was three-pronged: 1. Damage the defenses of the city under siege 2. Kill as many of the opposition as possible 3. Destroy enemy morale through fear, hunger, acts of brutality, etc.
ROMAN WEAPONRY Much of the Roman artillery were direct improvements of Greek inventions. Where the Greeks had used horsehair, the Romans used sinew; where the Greeks had used wood, the Romans used iron and bronze. With their powerful weaponry,
the Roman army struck fear into the hearts of men wherever they went. The ballista was a stone-launching machine that Covered hurled heavy battering rams stones into besieged cities with incredible force. The whirring sound of an incoming stone was said to be absolutely terrifying. We can only imagine how the Yidden felt as large stones rained down upon them with no escape.
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Battering rams were used to break down city walls. The rams were so powerful that many walls fell with a single blow. The battering rams typically featured a cover that protected soldiers operating the rams from the terrified people inside the city who’d drop boiling oil or nests of stinging insects on them. When the famine in Yerushalayim was at its worst, Titus ordered that a battering ram be used to destroy the city’s wall, but when a part of the wall fell, the Romans saw that the Yidden had already erected a new wall behind it. Between those walls a bloody battle ensued, with the Yidden taking victory in that battle. Titus had to take down multiple walls to finally reach the inner parts of the city, and the Beis Hamikdash. On that day, blood flowed like water and thousands were slaughtered.
SPOILS OF WAR Along with carting off the Menorah, paroches and vessels of the Beis Hamikdash, Titus took home thousands of Jewish slaves, many of whom were forced to build the Flavian Amphitheater — more commonly known as the Colosseum. Ten years after the Beis Hamikdash was destroyed, the Colosseum opened as free entertainment for the Roman public. In that arena, Jewish blood once again flowed like water.
Siege towers were built by the Romans to provide them an elevated place to do battle, as well as to observe the city inside. Titus had two siege towers available when he laid siege on Yerushalayim, and ordered new ones built, as well. The Biryonim took down the towers in acts of sabotage.
Much of the information for this article was taken from the Me’am Loez on Tisha B’Av
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גראמען ,פארן פארלעשן דעם פייער .פאר די כוחות ,שעות... און "ווען נישט איר – מרת מרים ,ווער ווייסט אוואו מיר וואלטן געהאלטן"... אונטערגעשריבן זענען געווען די צוויי אויבנדערמאנטע פאמיליעס .עס איז נישטא וואס צו רעדן ,כ'האב געפילט אז די מתנה איז איבערגעטריבן ,און די ווערטער פון די ברכה אווודאי און אוודאי ,אבער ס'האט מיר גאנץ גוט געשמעקט...
א נייע וועלט מעגליך ,אז כ'ואלט נאך לאנג פארגעזעצט דעם נישט אויסגעהאלטענעם פירונג .ביז ...ביז מיין יוכבד'ל איז אונטערגעוואקסן. יוכבד איז געווען א זיס מיידעלע ,גאר גאר א קלוגע און באחנ'ט קינד .זי האט מיר אפילו אויסגעזען שארף ,און כ'האב שטענדיג געהאט איבערצודערציילן אירע חכמות.אלע פלעגן זיצן מיט אפענע מיילער און אויסהערן און מיר געוואונטשן אסאך כח און מח צו ערציען אזא קלוג קינד" ,יוסיף דעת יוסיף מכאוב ",האב איך נישט איינמאל געהערט. יוכבד'ל איז אונטערגעוואקסן ,און ס'האט אנגעהויבן קומען גריסן פון מאמעס פון אירע פריינדינעס" ,דו ביסט יוכבד'ס מאמע? אוהו! האסטו א טאכטער!" אלע האבן געוואוסט פון איר ,אדער בעסער געזאגט געשפירט פון איר .זי האט געקענט "דערלאנגען" ממש מיט די הענט .אויב עפעס האט איר נישט געפאלן ,אויב מען האט איר ארויסגענומען פון איר געדולד ,איז געווען א רחמנות אויף אלע אין איר אומגעגנד .זי איז צוגעקומען ביז צו צוברעכן א טייערע וואזע ,פאר'ן נישט לאזן קויפן עפעס א דאלי וואס איר איז איינגעפאלן. אין אנהויב האב איך עס גערופן קלוג ,שפעטער עקשנות, נאכדעם אויסברוכן פון כעס ,וואס אויב ס'האט געכאפט אינמיטן א שבת-טיש ,און ס'האט געקענט כאפן מער ווי איין מאל ,איז דער גאנצער טיש געגאנגען אויף רעדער...קולות ,געשרייען, צוברעכן ,געשלעגן ,אז גארגאר שווער האט זיך מיר איינגעגעבן איר איינצושטילן. און אינטרעסאנט איז ,אז ווען יוכבד'ל איז געווען אין א רואיגע גוסטע ,האט זי אלעמען געקענט באנעמען מיט איר קלוגשאפט. אבער ווען נישט... כ'האב פרובירט אלע מעגליכקייטן וואס א אידישע מאמע קען -געוויינט ,מתפלל געווען צום אויבערשטן ,געבעטן, געמאכט מיט איר א קעסטל אוואו מען האט אריינגעשריבן ווען זי האט זיך געקענט באהערשן ,צוגעזאגט א שיינע מתנה אויב עס וועט א וואך צייט זיין שטיל. אבער די אלע זאכן וואס האבן געזאלט גורם זיין דעם "הרגל נעשה טבע שני" ,האבן נישט געהאלפן.יוכבד'ל איז געווארן גרעסער ,און אירע פראבלעמען זענען מיטגעוואקסן. איינמאל האט מיר די מנהלת געלאזט רופן אויף א שמועס אונטער פיר אויגן.מיין הארץ האט ווילד געקלאפט ,נישט וויסענדיג וואס עס ווארט מיר אפ. די מנהלת האט מיט אן אמת'ן אינטערעסע צו העלפן ,מיר ערקלערט אז יוכבד'ל איז נישט שולדיג אין איר אויפפירונג ,עס
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ענדליך בין איך אריינגעשלעפט געווארן אין א ערנסטע פרשה פון אויסגלייכן צווישן צוויי שכינים ,וועלכע האבן זיך צוקריגט אויף זייער א מיאוס'ן אופן .ס'האט געפאדערט פון מיר חכמה ,כח ,געדולד ,און אפילו צו גיין צו רבנים פרעגן וויאזוי צו האנדלען .די מחלוקת האט זיך פארקאטשעט זייער ווייט ,און ס'האט שוין געמוזט נעמען אן ענדע דערצו. מיין פאמיליע ,געשוויסטער און שוועגערינס האבן צוביסלעך מיטגעהאלטן" ,ברמז" פון דעם, "ברמז" פון יענץ .דא א ווארט ,דארט א ווארט, אלע האבן פארשטאנען אז איך גיי אנגעטון אין עפעס גאר גרויסע שיך... כ'פלעג אומבאמערקט בארעדן איין צד וואס האט זיך נישט געלאזט העלפן ,אנדייטנדיג זייאלס אזלעכע וועלכע האבן נעבעך נישט שכל, און "שכל קויפט מען נישט אין אפטייק" ... ענדליך נאך א שווערע מאסיווע ארבעט פון איבער א יאר ,האט זיך איינגעגעבן ,און דער שווער-ערווארטעטער שלום איז אנגעקומען. ערב ר"ה האב איך באקומען אן הערליכן קראנץ פון רייכע פראכטיגע בלומען ,אין בייגעלייגט א ברכה ,א דאנק-בריוו געשריבן אויף
איז עפעס א "קלייניקייט" וואס פעלט איר ,און עס איז דעריבער כדי אז מיר זאלן זיך ווענדן מיט איר צו פראפעסיאנעלע הילף. אירע ווערטער האבן מיר געטראפן ווי א דונער .מיט גרויסע ווייטאג ,האב איך אראפגעשלינגען די מעלדונג ,און גענומען זוכן א פאסיגע אדרעס ,ווער עס קען קענען העלפן מיין יוכבד'ן .דא האב איך נישט דערציילט ,נישט גערעדט ,און נישט געוואלט מען זאל וויסן, אז איך זוך דרויסנדיגע הילף פאר יוכבד .כ'האב געהאפט אז ס'איז א קלייניקייט וואס מען וועט מיט ריכטיגע טעראפי קענען מסדר זיין בעזרת השי"ת .כ'האב זייער געהאפט יוכבד'ל זאל בלייבן די "קלוגע" קינד און "שארפע" קינד אין אלעמען'ס אויגן און נישט די וואס דארף עפעס הילף ,וואס אין אנדערע ווערטער מיינט עס ,אז עפעס איז זי נישט מיט אלעמען גלייך.
אייגענע שוועריגקייטן ס'האט גענומען קאסטן געלט ,מיט צייט .מיר האבן משקיע געווען וואס מען האט געהייסן ,אבער קיין צו גרויסע תוצאות האבן מיר נישט געזען. ווארטנדיג אין ווארט-זאל פון עפעס א גרויסן ספעציאליסט האב איך נאר געהאפט ,קיין שום היימיש באקאנט געזיכטזאל זיך אנרוקן אהער ...כ'וויל נישט מען זאל וויסן... " איי ,דו האסט זיך עס נישט געמאכט אליין "...האב איך גערעדט צו זיך" .אבער מיט דעם אלעמען!" דעמאלס האב איך זיך דערמאנט וויאזוי ווען איך בין געווען אויפן זייט פון די וואס טוט אויסשטרעקן א ווארעמע הארץ ,און אפענעם אויער צו העלפן ,פלעג איך לאזן פאלן ווערטער וואס דערציילן ,וואס זענען מרמז ווער עס האט געדארפט צוקומען צו מיינע טובות ,כאטש עס זענען געווען צרות וואס קיינער האט זיך באשטעלט ...ס'האט מיר געשטאכן ווי מיט נאדלעך .כ'האב נאר נישט געוואוסט אז כ'האב נאך נישט פארזוכט אויף אן אמת דעם טעם ... נאך א שטיקל תקופה וואס כ'האב געטון מיט יוכבד'ל אלעס וואס מען האט מיר געהייסן ,און געזען אז עס איז דא גאנץ קליינע נישטיגע ענדערונגען ,האב איך אויפגעהערט צו גיין צו די דרויסנדיגע הילף .כ'האב געהאפט אז פון יעצט און ווייטער וועט מען ארבעטן אין שטובאויף דעם וועג וואס מען האט אונז אויסגעלערנט ,און יוכבד'ל וועט זיך איינשטילן. עס איז אדורך א יאר ,און זעט אויס עס כ'האב זיך שוין געהאט צוגעוואוינט צום מצב ,צו יוכבד'לס אטאקעס ,און געזוכט צו שטופן די "באן" ,צו אריבערפירן נאך א טאג ,און נאך א טאג ,ביז ... איין טאג דערציילט מיר מיין מאן ,אז א גרויסער חשובער מענטש ביי אונז אין קרייז ,זוכט צו רעדן מיט אים .מיר האבן פרובירט צוזאמען זיך פארצושטעלן צוליב וואס .פארשידענע השערות ,אבער קיין איינע איז געווען די ריכטיגע. די אמת'ע סיבה איז געווען יוכבד'ל .ער האט פארפירט מיט מיין מאן זייער א לאנגע שמועס ,אויפן שענסטן אופן .אז אזוי ווי מיר פלאגן זיך זייער מיט יוכבד'ל (פון וואו ווייסט ער עס? רבוש"ע!!!) מעגליך אז
עס וואלט כדי געווען איר צו געבן צו א צווייטע פאמיליע ,וואס זענען נישט אזוי פארנומען מיט נאך קינדערלעך .אפשר וועלן זיי קענען מער אויפטון מיט איר( .ווער האט אים עס פארגעשלאגן? וויאזוי קומט ער מיט אזא פארטיגן פלאן?) דערנאך איז דער מעסעדז געקומען אין אביסל אנדערע ווערטער פון א שוואגער .ס'האט אויך נישט פארשפעטיגט צו קומען פון מיין מאנ'ס חברותא( .ווער האט געזארגט צו רעדן צו די פאסיגע עלעמענטן?) די הארץ ווייטאג ,וואס דער מעסעדזש האט מיר גורם געווען ,איז געווען נישט צום פארשטעלן!כ'בין נישט אזוי געטראפן געווארן פון דעם פארשלאג ,כאטש ס'האט געמיינט אז יוכבד'ל באקומט נישט וואס זי דארף אין הויז. און עס האט גענוג וויי געטון .דער וואס האט געוואלט "ראטעווען" מיין יוכבד'ל ,האט געזען פאר פאסיג זיך צו ווענדן צו אלע זייטן, אויסער צו מיר.
אויף די אייגענע הויט ביי וועמען נאך אין מוילבין איך איבערגערעדט געווארן? איבערגעקייט געווארן? ווער נאך ווייסט שוין אז מרים דארף הילף מיט יוכבד'ל ,און מען מוז איר ראטעווען?כ'האב זיך געשעמט צו ווייזן מיין פנים אין גאס. כ'האב זיך געשעמט צו רעדן מיט איינעם פון מיין פאמיליע אויפן טעלעפאן .מן הסתם צו זיי ,איז מען אויך געקומען זיך דורכרעדן ווי אזוי מען קען משפיע זיין אויף מרים ...אדער אפשר איז עס גאר איינער פון זיי?? ... אלע האבן זיכער געמיינט מיין טובה .דער איינער וואס האט געשיקט די סיגנאלן און ערוועקט אלעמען צו טראכטן פון "העלפן מרים" האט זיכער נישט געמיינט שלעכט מיטן וועלן מיר העלפן .ער האט נאר גערעדט דערפון ,אפילו נישט בפרהסיא ,אבער מן הסתם ערנסט "מרמז" געווען... ער איז נאר געווען א שליח פון הימל ,מיר צו געבן צו שפירן וואס דאס מיינט אז ווען מען טוט א טובה פאר יענעם ,מיינט עס נישט אז מען האט א רעכט צו רעדן פון יענעם'ס פראבלעם ,און עס דערציילן, און צושפרייטן. מיין פארמעסטונג מיט די בושה ,מיט דעם ווייטאג ,האט גענומען זייער זייער לאנג .כ'האב קיינעם נישט געקענט באשולדיגן און אויך נישט געזוכט צו באשולדיגן דען כ'וואלט נישט געוואלט אז די אלע וואס זענען "צושפרייט" געווארן דורך מיר ,זאלן יעצט אויפשטיין, און אויסשטעקן צו מיר א באשולדיגונג'ס פינגער" ,לא מדבשך ולא מעוקצך". היינט ,ווען עס מאכט זיך אז דער רבש"ע איז מיר מזכה צו העלפן איינעם ,נעם איך עס אן נאר אויב איך שפיר און ווייס אז כ'וועל קענען שווייגן .אויב עס זעט מיר אויס עס וועט זיין צו שווער ,לייג איך זיך לכתחילה נישט אריין אין דעם נסיון! איך האב שוין געצאלט לערן-געלט...
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Hey kids! Here’s your chance to show off what you made! Did you have fun in the snow or the fall leaves? Did you construct something special with Magna Tiles or other building toys? We’d love to show everyone how creative Monsey kids are! Please email or mail your picture to The Monsey View: 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mechy Morgenstern, 5
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Efraim and Shea’la Braun
Volvy and Hershy Wulliger
Yitzchok Adler, 5
Schevchenko freeze pop collection
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ART EXHIBIT Showcasing Our Townâ€™s Talent
Temmy Halpert, 7, Belz
Miriam S., 12, Bais Trany
L.R., 10, Viznitz
Faigy Gordon, 6, Skver
Malka Hauer, 9, Bais Yaakov Elementary
Shmuly Rubin, 10
Chaim Morgenstern, 11, Yeshivah Degel Hatorah
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Gitty Tauber, 5
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I can’t fall asleep.
Why is Mommy so upset?
Mommy, what happened? I’m also not calm. I think someone is destroying the system from inside. I’ll ask Abba to check the data.
Let me share your suspicions with Abba.
Listen, I understand your point, though it’s hard for me to suspect Gavriel. It’s ridiculous. But I promise to look into it.
We calmed him down. He shouldn’t be so worried about my business. That’s it. From our end, the matter is closed. Go to sleep.
Recap: Mutty shares his suspicions with his mother, and sees that she’s terribly bothered.
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Notice for Bidders School Lunch and Breakfast Program Invitation for Bid (IFB) Description: Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County is seeking a Glatt Kosher Caterer to provide Breakfast and Lunch meals for the 2018-2019 school year. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the administrative office of Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County located at 681 Chestnut Ridge Road Building 9, Spring Valley, NY 10977. The purpose of this bid is to provide meals to approximately 466 students attending our school. We are currently soliciting competitive proposals and wish to invite your company to submit a proposal for the 2018-19 school year. • • • • • •
Vendor will provide breakfast and lunch on a daily basis to our location/locations at 681 Chestnut Ridge Road Building 9, Spring Valley, NY 10977. All meals must meet USDA and HHFKA guidelines. Vendor must produce the meals according to the nutrition standards of the SBP & NSLP requirements, which include restrictions in the amount of saturated fat and sodium. Vendor must provide production records/delivery receipts to Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County on a daily basis. Vendor will bill Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County on a monthly basis and will be paid in a timely manner. Vendor must have rabbinical supervision that is acceptable to our school parent body, the kosher guidelines must be: o Cholov Yisroel and Glatt Kosher o Pas Yisroel and Yoshon o Must be under strict rabbinical supervision approved by Rabbinical School Board o All products must have chassidishe hechsher All bids must be submitted to Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County no later than August 8, 2018. Bids will be opened at the administrative office at Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County on August 20, 2018
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Last week’s Boggle board
4-letter words 2 points | 5-letter words 3 points | 6-letter words 5 points | 7-letter words 7 points | 8-letter words 9 points | 9 or more 12 points
DIRECTIONS: Write your words in alphabetical order, divided by letter-count in separate columns. Fax or email your word list, together with your total points, by Sunday at 8:00 PM for a chance to win! Include your name, phone number and address.
PLAYING RULES: • No adding “s” to a word. • No proper nouns, abbreviations, contractions or acronyms. • No bouncing back to letters already used in a given word. • Words may not be found with a computer boggle solver. • Words may not be found with the help of a dictionary. • The Monsey View will carefully review all submissions to ascertain that each word is found in the dictionary. Points will be deducted for ineligible words. • We reserve the right to disqualify entries that have a few ineligible words, are not written in alphabetical order or are missing information. • Each contestant has a chance to win only once in four weeks. • No credit given to archaic words, or words chiefly used in other languages (including British English).
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FRIEDMAN xxx-3653: 88 points GOTTFRIED xxx-3366: 87 points HEINEMANN xxx-3865: 86 points HAGER FAMILY xxx-0665: 84 points FAMILY GRUNWALD xxx-2386: 84 points PRAGER FAMILY xxx-0803: 84 points Pick up your free slice and ice cream at Chai Pizza Monsey at 94 Rte. 59. Please be considerate, and do NOT try to claim your prize without The Monsey View issue in which your name appears or after six weeks. It will not be honored. Bonus winner: Each submission enters a weekly drawing to win a pizza party at the brand-new Chai Pomona! This week’s winner: TYRNAUER
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BOGGLE WINNERâ€™S LIST 4-LETTER WORDS beta bump capo cave darn date drat dray drop feta
gave goad goat hand hard hate lace lave opal pace
pave rand rate roan tarn taro x-ray yard
5-LETTER WORDS aroxy glace
6-LETTER WORDS lace-up
9+ LETTER WORDS evaporate
Are you wondering why your name isnâ€™t here or why your points were reduced? The following are some of the ineligible words found:
Capt. eval. feihn fice goar
icey Nate -oate ofal qubyte
tard tarny vaporate
REMINDER Dictionaries or electronic devices may not be used to help you solve the Boggle board. We will disqualify word lists, as per our discretion, that include too many unusual words. The Boggle Team at The Monsey View
Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words, words not found on board and words listed twice.
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1. Barbershop request 2. Draw to a close 3. Absorbed by 4. Pronunciation symbol 5. Everyday article 6. Cat’s scratcher 7. Same: Prefix
48. Not in its original form 52. Go-between 53. Massive 54. Form of ether 55. First family member 56. Elusive creature 57. Cold war inits. 59. Keep 60. Energy source 61. “What’s ___?” 63. Matchsticks game 64. Abbr. next to a telephone number
8. Rink surface 9. Gossamer 10. Unrivaled 11. Greek letters 12. Part of A.M. 13. United States architect 18. Super bargain 19. Crowd sound 24. Structural member 25. Dialect of Sotho 26. “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” writer 27. Port-au-Prince is its capital 28. Room at the top 30. Found fault 31. Exercise related 32. Winged 33. City on the Po 34. Wiesbaden’s state 39. Perspicaciously 41. Kennedy and Turner 44. Leftover 47. Computer operator
1. Distort 6. Fashionable 10. Reach a high 14. Russian alternative 15. Wacky 16. It towers over Taormina 17. Simultaneously 20. Feline line 21. Couple 22. Go downhill 23. Broke bread 25. Pond swimmer 26. “I get it!” 29. Vase filler 35. Bother, with “at” 36. Let have 37. Turn on a pivot 38. Fretted instrument 40. Ottoman officer 41. Pre-Revolution leaders 42. Elevator pioneer 43. Kind of pie 45. Old-fashioned contrac-
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The Different Styles of Monsey Homes Exploring architectural structures in our area BY: YOEL GORALNIK
Featured Home Style:
A home in the original Cape Cod style
Colonial Revival Cape Cod, an architecture that was popular in the 1930s-1950s
The origins of Cape Cod homes are rooted in 17th century New England, where homes were designed in a manner to withstand the harsh Northeastern winter weather: steep roofs to prevent snow accumulation, low rooms with a large central chimney to keep in the heat and wooden shutters to keep the winds out. In the 1930s to 1950s, during the period of Colonial Revival architecture, this style enjoyed a resurgence in popularity throughout suburbs and was adapted to modern needs. During this period, Cape Cods were constructed in almost every major city, although the majority remains on the East Coast. Most of the Cape Cods you see today were built during the Colonial Revival era.
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FYI: Though theyâ€™ve been around way earlier, the Cape Cod house got its name in the year 1800, when the president of Yale University visited Cape Cod, Massachusetts and coined the term.
The basic floor plan for the main level of a Cape Cod home.
The basic floor plan for the second level of a Cape Cod home.
ATTRIBUTES: The original Cape Cod style home is a simple, symmetrical single-story (or story-and-a-half) structure that is low and broad. Its roof is steep pitched and gabled. The space above the first floor in the past was sometimes left unfinished as an attic, but is often used for two bedrooms that have sloped ceilings. The original Cape Cod homes were unornamented, with or without windows at the two ends of the gabled roofs. These homes generally have multipaned windows, often with shutters on each side to keep the wind out, as well as a large chimney in the center of the roof to combat New England’s notorious winter chill. Another characteristic of the Cape Cod style is the FYI: The typical Cape winshingle exterior. dows, made of smaller pieces While there are different sizes and types of Capes, most of them are of glass as opposed to a single nearly identical in layout, with a central staircase across the front door pane, were brought to America leading to two bedrooms in the small upper level, while the lower level has a hallway leading to a living area of two rooms (kitchen and dining/living by ship in parts and assemroom) and the parlor/master bedroom suite on the other side. Room size bled here. This was less risky and numbers depend on the size of the Cape Cod, whether it’s a quarter and less costly than transportCape, half Cape, three-quarter Cape or full (or double) Cape, as they are ing entire window panes. called. Many of the Colonial Revival Cape Cods feature more style, most prominent being the dormer windows, which provide light, space and ventilation to the two bedrooms on the upper level. They often also included a screened-in porch at the side, and their fireplaces, chimneys and shutters serve mostly decorative, as opposed to practical, purposes. Their interiors were adapted too, to include bigger kitchens and rooms and higher-end designs. To complete the look, Cape Cod owners at that time would often install a white picket fence around their property.
PROS: The cottage-like structure makes for a cozy, no-frills, country home, and is nostalgic of older times. No wasted space means lower utility bills and a comfortable little home. The fireplace, a central part of the structure, adds to the homey atmosphere. Many people go for the sloping eaves, which result in bedrooms with cozy nooks. The steep gabled roof also prevents the buildup of rain or snow. Stylewise, Capes are timeless, never quite being outdated. All in all, a Cape Cod is a great option for firsttime buyers since it’s less expensive than larger homes.
CONS: While Cape Cods are the ideal starter homes, the quarters are cramped for larger families. The sloped ceiling makes the usable space in the upstairs bedrooms quite tight, and it’s hard to properly furnish them. Heating or cooling the upper level may also be difficult if it’s not properly insulated. The wood exterior is quite high maintenance, too.
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UPGRADE POTENTIAL: Since the Cape Cod’s core structure is similar to the colonial home’s, it is easy to renovate it and turn it into a more stately and spacious colonial style, as well as other practical styles. Cape Cods also have great resale value.
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PREVALENCE: Cape Cods are scattered all across our area. The Ridge area in Spring Valley and Hillcrest, though, are home to the largest percentage of Cape Cods.
FYI: The very narrow and steep stairs (designed to take up as little main-floor space as possible) leading to the upper level in older Cape Cods are known as the “Captain’s Stairway,” since the second floor was often used for sailors who needed room and board near the coast.
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LOCAL BOYS’ CHEDER seeking Title l teachers for ELA and Common Core Math with experience in multisensory approaches Monday-Thursday afternoon hours email: rshurin@ baismikroh.org or call 4254880 x115 HS TEACHERS Local Bais Yaakov high school looking for Experienced History and Language Arts teachers. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org ELEMEN. TEACHER Local Boys school seeking middle school general studies teacher and sports teacher. great pay, Please email resume to secpa14@gmail. com. HEIMISHE GIRLS SCHOOL in Monsey looking for experience substitute to add to our Pre-School subbing list. please call: 845-356-0927 ATERES BAIS YAAKOV seeks warm and professional teachers for the fall. Positions available in the elementary, junior high and High school divisions. Please send resume to email@example.com.
SHADOW JOB looking for girl 16+ to shadow special needs girl in camp la ruach from Jul 20-26 or partial.201 892 0526. EXPANDING MONSEY BAIS YAAKOV SCHOOL Seeks Hebrew/English; assistants, remedial teachers and permanent substitutes to join our talented and dedicated team. for the 18-19 School year. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. MALE TEACHERS WANTED at a Monsey Yeshiva for grades... great curriculum year round teacher educational support and training competitive pay please call 845-596-7546 HEIMISHE GIRLS SCHOOL looking for teacher assistants for nursey and Pre1-A. Fax resume to 352-6571 or call 845 270-0602. TEACHER ASSISTANTS Monsey B.Y. seeks pre-school and first grade full time assistants. Please call day: 845-362-3166, Eve leave message Eve: 845-426-0306 Or fax resume to: 845-3546682
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MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL seeks the following general studies teachers: *Lower school *Middle school ELA *Title I math. Email email@example.com. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016 HIRING Yeshiva of Spring Valley Boys now accepting resumes for General Studies ‘18- ‘19 school year. Elementary Teacher Monday-Thursday 12:45-4:00. Middle School ELA Teacher MondayThursday 3:00-5:15. Title I Math Teachers; Assistant teachers (Pre1A-2nd). Professional atmosphere/ competitive salary. Please include references and FAX to 845-356-8551 Attn: TM or email to tmendlowitz@ yeshivaspringvalley.org. HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE Must be computer literate with good telephone skills and able to multi task Graphics a plus e-mail resume to newsecretary18@
gmail.com or FAX to 845356-0584 EXPERIENCED TEACHER WANTED to teach ELA - 11th & 12th grade. Well paid for qualified individual. Please email resume: hsteacher10952@ gmail.com REBBE POSITION warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach Pre-1A Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Excellent opportunity. Please call 845.352.8470. CHEDER CHABAD OF MONSEY is seeking a Rebbi’s assistant for our Pre1a class. For more information or to apply please email clight@ chedermonsey.org YESHIVA OF SPRING VALLEY Bais Sarah seeks ASSISTANTS for lower grades. AM and PM Hours. Please email resume to mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org Call: (845)356-1400 #223 HEIMISHE GIRL SCHOOL looking for experience Pre1A English teacher. Serious
Seeking female for a part time office position. Candidate must have excellent communication skills, be detail oriented, organized, with good computer skills. Yiddish speaking a must. Excellent work environment. Great pay for the right candidate. Please submit your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org
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// help wanted // playgroups // babysit
Located in Monroe NY
inquiries only.Please call 845-641-247, or fax resume to 845-578-5791.
Competitive salary/benefits. Send resume: fax email@example.com.
toddler in my house. $12 an hour. 7 hours a day, 4 times a week. Call 347-742-3529
MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL seeks 1st, 2nd and 5th grade secular studies teachers for the 2018-19 school year. Hours are Monday through Thursday 1:50-4:10. email resume to akarash@ chedermonsey.org.
FEMALE/ASSISTANTS AIDS to work in special needs classroom for 2018-2019 school year. Full time position. jobresumes613@ gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119
HEIMISHE WOMAN looking to volunteer in homes with multiples and to help mothers with young children 718-913-4693
TEACHER NEEDED Elementary and middle school teachers needed for boys Yeshiva. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 845-354-3806 TEACHER ASSISTANT Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER for the 2018-2019 school year.. New York State Certification required. Full Time position Please send resumes to: email@example.com Fax: 845-352-3375 חסידישע מיידל שולע זיכט א מנהלת פאר לימידי קודש 9179167845 ביטע רופט TEACHERS NEEDED for HASC’s Monsey special education pre-school summer program & upcoming school year.
TEACHER ASSISTANTS NEEDED for HASC’s Monsey special education pre-school upcoming school year. Competitive salary/benefits. Send resume: fax firstname.lastname@example.org. FEMALE COUNSELORS for second half 641-5125 leave a message SEEKING ASSISTANT for Cheider Preschool for upcoming school year 6415125 PLAYGROUP MORAH for the upcoming school year. Must be responsible, loving, motivated...845-422-1310. SEEKING F/T BABYSITTER for a 1 1/2 year old. 8:00-5:30 Monday - Thursday, 8:001:00 Fridays. (845)517-8240 LOOKING FOR middle-aged women to babysit a newborn and
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on Adar Ct by Park Lane. 845426-6850 BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016
CHESTNUT RIDGE AREA Ages 2 to 3 y/o Warm and loving care Teacher Miriam Rottenberg And Brocha Feldman Starting September 845-213-5223
EXPERIENCED AND CARING babysitter available to care for your child afternoon hrs. 12-4:30pm Cameo area. References avlble 425 7469
TEACHER DINI’S PLAYGROUP on Nesher Ct. still has some slots available for Sep. please call 845-364-6943
BABYSITTING Babysitter available to babysit night hours And Sunday drop in u could call or text me at 8455874383
PLAYGROUP Warm and loving teacher has a few slots left for Sept. Wiener Drive. For group or for individual att. Hindy Steinmetz 709 7484 lve msg
12-18 MONTHS BABYSITTER kiddie group. Great monthly price! Glenhill. Warm loving environment! Experienced Morah. Rochel David. 845.426.3819
BABYSITTING HEIMISHE EXPERIENCE BABYSITTER available for the summer and upcoming school year
SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy
tting // services
DASSY PHOTOGRAPHY Newborns, Upsherin, family portraits and more. Professional editing! Free digital album! Gift certificates available too. (845)-517-9920/(845)-5040934 DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com REFLEXOLOGY Relaxes, releases stress, helps with insomnia, good for pain management and prenatal discomfort. House calls avlble Tamar Spiro 845 352 6496/ 538 6782 ONE MAN BAND Are you looking for quality music at an affordable price? Call Simcha Salzer at: (845) 821-2264 (I also do soundtracks) EXPERIENCED LIFEGUARD (female) available for day and night hrs. All ages. Please call/txt 845 274-5151 CERTIFIED FEMALE PERSONAL TRAINER Loose weight and get into shape! Customized training
AHUVA AARON PHOTOGRAPHY: Children and family portraits. Special summer promotion $50 sitting fee. 845-671-8083 follow me on Instagram @ ahuvaphotography
Looking to hire a Licensed Social Worker for a part time position. Flexible hours. Yiddish speaking preferred. Excellent pay.
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY Book your trip to the park with a professional portrait photographer. Special packages for upsherins and newborns. Professional tenoyim photoshoots. Malky Lefkowitz: 845-664-5732 email@example.com Instagram: @Pixellepics
Please submit your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY
Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 845-3621312 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com
POMONA/PASSAIC DAILY RIDE Looking for a ride for upcoming school year leaving Pomona 8:00a.m, returning from Passaic 5;00pm. Responsible Driver. Willing to Pay. Call/Text 347-2286624
delivery needs. Please call/ text 917-750-4105.
FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling summer routes and all transportation &
BOOKKEEPING For all your bookkeeping needs call: 347-537-9870 ישראל חיים הערשקאוויטש
No Matter The Weather, Know We’ll Deliver!
LADY DRIVER with mini van available for long distance trips evenings, early mornings and weekends. Please call Chavi: 845-659-8207
HOLE IN WALL OR CEILING? Call Patchman- 800-676-6187 We will make it look new again in 2 hours! SHAIMOS
We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/
728 North Main St. Spring Valley NY 10977 Tel: 845.354.9320 Fax: 845.354.9322
DOULA Experience the gift of birth with a doula attuned to you. reasonable rates. Sarah 845327-3068 pinknbluedreamz@ gmail
to suit your goals & lifestyle. In the comfort of your own home or my studio. Flexible hours. Call or text Esther at 347-775-0955 to get started!
Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula
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Classifieds lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667 UPSTATE CONSTRUCTION GROUP We do all bigger construction jobs in the upstate area. Fully insured. References available. 845.293.2230 LADY DRIVER
Heimishe lady driver is available for evening trips. Please call Devorah at 845.746.7910 ATTENTION MOTHERS Are your children’s books getting ripped up and dirty? BOOKS FOR KEEPS will repair them to last a lifetime! Each page protected in a plastic and a new strong cover! 347-721-4403 ALBUMS SPECIAL! Stunning Master/Parent albums for 15% off! Expires August 1st. Call/Text 845570-3696 or email estyober@ gmail.com for options list. Many options available! MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319
DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos TUTOR AVAILABLE Professional tutor for עברה חומש משניותand לימודי חולmath, physics, chemistry, and biology. English speaking. please call 845.499.8935 COTTON CANDY RENTAL 845 694 7296 MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm ESTY’S HAIR AND WIG BOUTIQUE Wash n’ sets, blowouts, hair and wig styling, haircuts. Delivery service availble upon request. For more information call/text Esty today! 8454220355
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// services // odds & ends
Beautiful Dining Room Set • • • •
8 chairs Seats between 10 to 12 people When open includes pad Huge China cabinet
Very good condition. Please call :845-304-6634. asking:$1800 WASH & SETS Summer special - get your 3rd wash $10.00 off. Located in the Calvert Dr. area Toby 845.213.0378 HAIR WITH CARE Professional hair cutting & hair styling affordable prices saddle river area call 845356-5038. REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN. In person and online consultations. Insurance accepted 347 480 1670 rd@ miriamshurpin.com www. miriamshurpin.com
ODDS AND ENDS SPECIAL ED CLASS Looking to share a very experienced Special ED Rebbe for this upcoming school year we’re trying to formulate a small class for boys with special needs. Ages 12-15 Please Email 4265317@ gmail.com
NEW HAMPSHIRE Seeking transportation from New Hampshire to Monsey on/around August 5. Will pay travel expenses. Can go to your location. (845)642-0975. HEIMISHE MOISED seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100 TEST STRIPS get cash for your diabetes test strips call/text 347-537-9870 DECLUTTER Donate your gently used hats. Please call 845-517-0838. NEW SHIDDUCH OFFICE opening soon, in center of Monsey. Sponsorship opportunities available for a zechus, to furnish and provide computers to dedicated shaddchunim. email lusheves@gmail. com log on lusheves.org / donate. Send checks payable to lusheves, tax deductable :
Com Hab Opportunities: •
Seeking an energetic girl/woman to work with an adorable 8 year old boy in New Square. Friday, Shabbos and weekdays.
Lady driver needed to take a child to and from an after school program which runs 2:30-4:30.
Looking for someone who can take out a handicap boy in the afternoon. Hours 5-7. Driving required. More opportunities available for Male and Female workers. Nice pay and tremendous Satisfaction!
Email: email@example.com Call: 845-503-0240 or 845-503-0219
קעמפ נשמה – פאר קינדער מיט ספעציעלע בחורים/ לעבעדיגע אינגעלייט,געברויכן – זוכט געשמאקע פאר מדריכים פון זינטאג פרשת שופטים ביז דינסטאג פרשת נצבים (Aug 12 - Sep 4)
, טויגליכע,עס ווערט געזוכט א חסידישע טיים דירעקטקער סטעפ-אינגערמאן צו זיין א פול דארף קענען. אין המספיק ברודערהיים אין מאנסי פאראינטערעסירטע.דרייווען און זיין פלעקסיבל 845-494-1796 :ביטע רופט Looking for a Chassidishe, Energetic, Yiddish-speaking Yungerman, to work as a full time staff in one of Hamaspik’s group homes in Monsey. Must drive and be flexible. Please call 845-494-1796.
Hamaspik of Rockland County seeks a part time Outgoing, Personable Coordinator for its local/regional Self Direction. Great pay for right candidate! Job requirements: Excellent interpersonal/ communications skills; driver’s license; female. Send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 845-503-1236.
Email: email@example.com Fax: 845-425-3044 or Text: 845-587-6082
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// odds & ends // dresses & gowns // ge
jobs@NailItHandyman.com NailItHandyman.com 2 park lane unit 312 Monsey N.y. 10952 Tizke lmitzvos
white and green dress -size 2. Please call/text 845-2698649.
SEEKING USED SHOFAR for free or for cheap. please call 347-843-9507.
off white chasunah/tenoim dress to sell size 4/6 $200 call 845-356-6215
SEEKING CURIO second hand for silverware. Color: brown/mahogany. Pls call 845-587-7478 LECHU V’NELCHA Shiurim for post seminary girls given every Wednesday night. Call the LVN hotline (718)480-0586 for more details and weekly updates. LIST OF SHIURIM for women please call 914.260.1822 TRANSFORM! From tragedy to ecstasy! Iyh thurs. @ 10 am 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 6417150709 pin 549732 ref 1-96
DRESS/GOWNS black simcha dress & cream / navy gown size 2 well priced. (845)826-2221 Off white & Black ladies size 2-4, and Children Size 10-12. Call call 425-8690 / 275-7864
woman’s Forster’s black and white gown to sell size 8-10, for $2,000, call 845 596 6501 size 6 cocktail length black / optional black and white dress. Worn once. Please text or call 3474860344. Ivory gown, mauve/gold brocade inlay, size 6-8.Please call or text 845-323-2434 Black & silver Maternity gown for Mechatanista sz small. 845 425 4578 Black n gold gown ,sz 4 for rent. call or text 845 274 3366 Cream/Rose gown. Size 00. For Sale. Call 352-4470 Light color gowns for rent or sale. Adult sizes. 845.270.8609 2 Pink and White Tulle/Lace Girls Gowns. Sizes 3/4 and 6/7. For Sale. Call 425-5576 Slenderizing designer gown, Please call or text: 845-6089094. peach lace teen dress, size 8, worn once. 845.354.0846 mauve beaded mechit’ste dress, size 14. 845 354 9332
dress length mauve gown, Approximately size 0-2, Pls call/txt: 845-213-7339
new dress with tags. size 0-2. selling at a discounted price! call or text 845-213-9062
Size 6 navy and floral gown for Sale for just $150 !! Call 709-1818
Black and White cocktail length gown size 2-4 for rent 845 362 2473
Mechatenista Chasunah dress off-white/black approximately size 8. Also Pre-teen-teen Size 0-2 gown. 845-425-3782
Silver Gown for mature teen/young lady size 0. Worn once. Call: 201.673.4936 or 201.686.9133
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Swimming Lessons Available!
all French Lace Kleinfeld Kallah gown Size 8-10 for sale, asking price $3200. Also, One-of-a Kind Crystal Swarovski Headpiece for Kallah (845) 551-6356 lace gown for rent. Black and beige/gold size 2-4 Please call 425-1937 LILAC JUMPER GOWNS. sizes 3 - 14. Flowers on top with Tulle on bottom. 8 pieces 845 3764366 champagne mother of the bride beaded dress, size 1820. Matching headscarf and additional beads. Call/ text 8456416184 slenderizing wedding gown size 4-6 Call/text 845-4995769. girls cream gowns for sale. Sizes 12, 8 and 4. Great price. Please call 718-810-9654 2 preteen/teen gowns for sale, also available adorable mauve/white little girl’s gown size 5 & 8. 845-519-7747 Green and Black size 10-12 Cocktail length for rent, Please call: 845-587-0204 pink/gold/cream gown/dress for rent. Size 6. Please call 845 426 7491. Kleinfeld Gown. Worn once. Size 0-2 for tall girl. Please call (845)774-7302. mechteniste gown off white color size 10.12 at a great price call 845 7829185 or text 845 6621020 size 12 white and grey gown. pls call 8455005296 girls white and black wedding gowns worn only once for sale or rent. Available in size 8, 10 & 12. Please call at 845-425-6348.
off-white and black gown for sister of bride size 2 -4. If interested please call or text 7182900353 new black lace suit for sale Size 10/12. Giveaway price $75. 499-8368 Black n gold gown ,sz 4 for rent. call or text 845 274 3366 Black & silver gown for rent sz 0/2. Call or text 845 274 3366 Maternity mechateniste dress black for rent. Size M. Please call 845-578-5750. custom made size 6-8 teal blue gown for sale 354-8774 gown size 14 woman ivory color great price. call 5739270 black and white maternity dress for rent. 845.376.3412 If you picked up this dress to try and didn’t return it yet, please call 845.376.3412 light pink gown Size 2-4 call or text:845-200-8147 KLEINFELD KALLAH GOWN Magnificent custom gown for sale. Please call 347.549.7268 SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful gold and black, sister of bride, pink label dress for sale call 347.549.7268 ONE OF A KIND Magnificent designed cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326
GEMACHIM MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only.
emachim 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1 BABY CHASUNA GOWNS Adorable gowns and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. Call 4253049 CHASUNAH ORNAMENT for rent @ $3. West central area 371-1765 BABY CLOTHING GEMACH New clothing for new parents that can not afford layettes and baby clothing, l’ilui nishmas Frimit bas Menasha Yitzchak. Text or email with any requests at: 718-551-1732 or firstname.lastname@example.org MECHITZA’S 30 feet - 5 six foot tables 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail.com SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 ELEGANT HATS For short term rental please call 845-517-0838. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687
GEMACH ZICHRON NACHMAN hospital supplies including TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & All feeding supplies. To donate or receive. Please call 845-7468293. COME IN
BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com CHOSON/KALLAH APT, AVAILABLE Viola & Brockton Road area. contact email@example.com BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. ODE YESHAMA Ear-plug gemach (individually wrapped) for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105. SHOE GEMACH white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845200-0211
TO DISCOVER OUR NEW CHILDREN’S LINE!
HIGHEST SELECTION OF
MODEST COUTURE EVENING WEAR FROM TOP DESIGNERS WORLDWIDE
(845) 356-3731 www.powdercouture.com firstname.lastname@example.org
POWDER_COUTURE 178 Route 59- Suite 4 Monsey, NY 10952
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS I collect children, adult and baby clothing including shoes! Household items as well! Please call 8454257214 to donate or pickup! PACK N PLAY GEMACH We have New Pack n Plays email@example.com or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538
GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee).
TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513
SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718
FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.
GEMACH Tablecloths for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105
PIDYON HABEN zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-4261681 845-642-7256
GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333 FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536. ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com
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Powerful Reinforcements End the Lonely Search with
Classifieds TEFILA CARDS beautiful tefila cards with english translation for tefilos. please call 786-245-9351
27 Year Old Girl Finds Her Bashert
t was like riding a roller-coaster. Within seconds, your orientation changes from up to down and then back up and down again. At 27, I had been seeking a shidduch for a very long time. And so many times, I had thought, “This is it! He is the one!!” and then… it fell apart. Why couldn’t I find my bashert? I had been to all the shadchanim and decided to turn to the ultimate ShadchanHashem! I signed up for membership with Tehillim Kollel, who I knew employed sincere and dedicated men to daven for the klal, at one of their daily locations, where Tehillim Kollel representatives daven in an established place each and every day: Amuka, the Kever of Yonasan ben Uziel, renowned for being a holy site for bringing about shidduchim. I then continued my hishtadlus, trying to seek out new shadchanim that I had not yet contacted. I am ecstatic to share that my personal roller coaster ride with Shidduchim is over. A few months after signing up, I became engaged to my wonderful chassan! The ultimate Shadchan came through for me! And thankfully, the roller coaster ride is over.
3 weeks ago. skagen ladies watch. black leather band with gold face. please call 347-409-0151 diamond bracelet at wedding in Vilchovitz Hall on Tuesday, June 26. (347 957-0642 or (845) 521-6304. If you picked up a black and white maternity dress to try and didn’t return it please call 845.376.3412 Canon Camera if found please call/text 347 790-4683. Three rings in rockland kosher upstairs next to the sinks- diamond ring, kedisha and another ring 845 662 2718 or 371 6770
FOUND baby cap with pop poms on North Cole 426.1972 men’s hat in Bais Rochel at the Imrei Shufer event with R’ Yakov Horowitz. Claim it at Bais Rochel office. crown shaped hair ornament on Adar Ct. 426 7789 girl’s earring at Chaverim fair in Viola Park 917 374 9696
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FOR A FAMILY MEMBER OR FRIEND AND MAKE THEIR SHIDDUCH AND DREAMS OF THE FUTURE COME TRUE!
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Walmart credit card w/ name Bruchi Drezdner on W. Central Sunday 7/15. Call 425-9210.
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'חיים של חשבון' סעמינאר פאר פרישע אינגעלייט דורך 'אורחות חיים דשיכון סקווירא'
מחנה חיים ושלום מאכט א שפאציר אין "די גארטן פון לעבן"
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בעלי בתים די קינדער פון מונקאטשער קעמפ האבן אהערגעשטעלט א פראיעקט "די גארטן פון לעבן" ,וואו עס איז ארויסגעברענגט געווארן אלע שטאפלען אין לעבן און וואס מען קען אין יענער צייט אויפטון פאר'ן באשעפער'ס וועגן .יעדע כיתה האט פארגעשטעלט אן אנדערע תקופה ,און אין א קורצע שפיל ארויסגעברענגט די חשיבות פון יענער יארגאנג.
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האדמו"ר מסאטמאר בביקור בלאנדאן
האדמו"ר מסאטמאר בכתיבת אותיות לספר תורה בבית הנגיד ר' יחזקאל בערגער בלאנדאן
קבלת פנים להאדמו"ר מסקווירא לרגל חזרתו לשיכון סקווירא
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הרה"ח ר' שלום מרדכי רובאשקין קומט זיך באדאנקען פאר די קינדער אין מונקאטשער קעמפ פאר א מגבית 'הצלת רובאשקין' וואס די קינדער האבן אהערגעשטעלט מיט אכט יאר צוריק ,אנגעפירט דורכ'ן דעמאלסטיגן ראש- המדריכים ר' נתן ביללער וואו זיי האבן אריינגעברענגט העכער אכצן טויזנט דאלער!
די הצלת רובאשקין קאמפיין אין מונקאטשער קעמפ אכט יאר צוריק
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קביעת מזוזה בבית המדרש החדש ישמח משה שע"י קהל יטב לב ד'סאטמאר מאנסי בשכונת טשעסטנאט רידזש
ה י פ ה בשע ת
תוספות י םו
ברך את כל מי ששומר פיו ולשונו שלא ל דבר בע כל צרה וצוקה מכל הוא י נגע ומחלה ,ויחולו ת התפ , מ ך אבותינו״ה ישמרהו ים חיים וקימים ויגדלם לתורה ולחפה ו עליו כל ה לה וק ר י א ב אות בנ ל ת ר מ י שבר הקבכה לר עשים טוביכות התו מ ויז הקבלה הנפלאה רה, ם, של גאון ישראל וקדושו
בעל תוספות יו״ט זי״ע
שלא לדבר בשעת ה תפלה מקבלים
שועו רואים י ת שלא כד רך הטב ע
לאור דעם התייסדות פונעם
״קרן תוספות יום טוב״
טוען מיר איינמעלדן דעם ברייטן ציבור איבער די
דעטאלן ַ קאמּפיין ַ וואונדערבארן ַ פון דעם
זכות נפלא לזכות את רבבות ישראל בכל מקומות מושובתיהם
די וואונדערליכע סגולה • פון הייליגן תוספות יום טוב
לקראת ההילולא קדישא של גאון ישראל וקדושו בעל תוספות יו״ט זי״ע ,ו׳ אלול הבעל״ט
דעם תוספות יום טוב׳ס סגולה ביי די ביטערע גזירת ת״ח ות״ת ,ווען מ׳האט ר״ל האט דער הייליגער אויסגעשאכטן טויזנטער אידןָ , ָ תוספות יו״ט דאן געמאכט עליית נשמה ,צו זען אין הימל וואס האט געברענגט דעם גרויסן קטרוג אויף כלל ישראל. דאס קומט ָ זאגןַ ,אז ער איז צוריקגעקומען ָ וואס מ׳רעדט ביים דאווענען ח״ו ,און בעוון פון ָ האט ער מתקן געווען א סּפעציעלן דעמאלט ָ ָ וואס רעדן נישט ביים פאר די אידן ָ ״מי שברך״ ַ האט זיך די דערנאך ָ ָ דאווענעןַ .א קורצע צייט גזירה אויפגעהערט.
דער וואונדערליכער מי שברך האט זאגן נאך קריאת התורה ָ דער ״מי שברך״ צו ָ וואס דער תוספות יו״ט אין זיך ַא מורא׳דיגן נוסחָ , האט אליין מתקן געווען ,אויסרעכענענדיג ַאלעס דארף ברוחניות ובגשמיות ,קינדער, וואס ַא איד ַ געזונט ,פרנסה ,נחת ,וכל מיני ישועות.
אידן זעען ישועות -בדוק ומנוסה! האבן אידן געזען מורא׳דיגע במשך ַאלע דורות ָ וואס מ׳נעמט זיך אונטער ישועות אין דעם זכות ָ דאווענען ,ווי מ׳זעט אין כמה נישט צו רעדן ביים ַ וכמה ספרי חסידות איבער די הארבקייט פון רעדן בשעת התפלה וקריאת התורה ,ומדה טובה מרובה זעלטענע לשונות איבער די סגולה נפלאה ווען דאווענען. מ׳נעמט זיך אונטער נישט צו רעדן ביים ַ עד עצם היום הזה ,אין אונזערע היינטיגע צייטן, זאכן״ למעלה מדרך זעען אידן ״וואונדערליכע ַ הטבע; רפואות ,שידוכים ,פרנסה ,להנצל מצרה וואס מ׳נעמט זיך אונטער נישט וצוקה ,אין זכות ָ דאווענען. צו רעדן ביים ַ טויזנטער מענטשן דערציילן הפלא׳דיגע עובדות, וואס זאך ָ געווארן אין יעדע ַ ָ געהאלפן ָ ווי זיי זענען דארפן למעלה מדרך הטבע! זיי ַ
ההוצאות נתנדבו ע״י נדבן חשוב שיחי׳ ,לזכות שמירה והצלחה בכל ענינים
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ר"ח אב יומא דהילולא קדישא של כ"ק אדמו"ר הגה"ק מבאבוב זצוקללה"ה זי"ע אצל בנו האדמו"ר מבאבוב
Wheels of Fun Day Camp visiting Monsey Urgent Care Thanks to Mr. Moshe Dear
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ִמי ֶש ֵּׁב ַרְך!
טויזנטער אידן בכל מקומות זאלן זיך מושבותיהם ָ אונטערנעמען און חתמ׳ן ַא קבלה נישט צו רעדן בשעת׳ן דאווענען וקריאת התורה גבאי הקהלות והבתי מדרשים מאכן דעם זאלן ָאנהייבן ַ ָ סּפעציעלן ״מי שברך״ פון וואס פאר די ָ תוספות יו״ט ַ דאווענען רעדן נישט ביים ַ
— פ ָא ל ג ט נ ָא ך ו ו י י ט ע ר ד י ג ע מ ע ל ד ו נ ג ע ן —
פו תוס ת יום ה י פ ה בשע ת
קא צו דער הילולא קרא ָ ָ ַא פרייע טיקעט קיין קדישא פון הייליגן תוספות יום טוב זי״ע און ַאליין מתּפלל זיין להּפקד בדבר ישועה ורחמים!
שליסט אטיייךשו ָעאוןת•נחפלתאמו׳טת ַבאעזש״טר קבלה זע ה!
ַאלע גבאים אין די שולן ,גבאי הקהלות ,וועלכע .1נעמען זיך אונטער צו מאכן דעם ״תוספות יום טוב׳ס מי שברך״ יעדע נאך קריאת התורה ,און .2וועלן צונויפנעמען וואך שבת ָ ָ דאווענען, חתימות אויפ׳ן ״שטר קבלה״ נישט צו רעדן ביים ַ דערהאלטן ַ וועלן אי״ה
יאר: גאנץ ָ ַא קבלה אויף ַא ַ וועט מען לייגן ַא קוויטל די אויבנדערמאנטע זמנים ,און ַ אויך יעדן ערב ראש חודש בכל חדשי השנה
גבאי הקהלותַ :א פרייע טיקעט צו די הילולא קדישא!
ַא קבלה פון ר״ח אלול ביז ר״ח חשון :וועט מען לייגן ַא קוויטל :ביומא דהילולא ו׳ אלול; א׳ סליחות; עשי״ת; י״ג מדות
דעריבער ווערט אונטערגענומען דורכ׳ן ״קרן תוספות יו״ט״ ַא סּפעציעלער קאמּפיין לזכות את ישראל ,מיט צוויי הויּפט צילן:
באגלייט פון צוויי ָאּפציעס: דאס ווערט ַ ָ
וואס ַאזויפיל אידן מיר שטייען היינט אין ַא זמן ָ נויטיגן זיך אין ישועות; ַאזויפיל אידישע קינדער מאמעס טאטעס און ַ ווארטן אויף רפואות; ַאזויפיל ַ ַ פאר די קינדער; הצלחה קוקן ַארויס אויף שידוכים ַ מיט די קינדער; ַאזויפיל אידן זענען נתונים בצרה ווארטן שהמקום ירחם עליהם ובשבי׳ ה״י און ַ ויוציאם מאפילה לאורה;
די ַאלע אידן וואס וועלן זיך אונטערנעמען די ״קבלה טובה״ און חתמ׳ן ַא שטר קבלה נישט צו רעדן בשעת התפלה וקריה״ת ,וועלן קענען ַאריינשיקן ַא ״קוויטל״ וואס מוועט לייגן אויפ׳ן ציון הקדוש פון הייליגן תוספות יו״ט און ַא מנין יראים ושלמים וועלן מתפלל זיין לדבר ישועה ורחמים!
קאמּפיין! מי שברך ַ
ַא קוויטל ביים תוספות יו״ט!
רך את כל מי ששומר פיו ולשונו של א לדבר ב ב כל ותינו ,הוא ימרהו מכל צרה וצוקה מגדלנגע ומחלה ,ויחולו עליעת התפ ו לה וק ך אב ב״ה יש בנים חיים וקימים וי ם לתורה ו לחפה ולמ כל הבר ריאת שבר הק לראות עשים טוב כות התו יזכה מי הקבלה הנפלאה רה, ו ים, של גאון ישראל וקדושו
בעל תוספות יו״ט זי״ע
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שועו רואים י ת שלא כד רך הטב ע
ּפראיעקט פון :קרן תוספות יום טוב ַא ָ 89 Throop Ave Brooklyn NY 11206 212.299.9185 212.244.6551 email@example.com
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דינער לטובת הצלה דראקלענד קאונטי
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יומא דהילולא של האדמו"ר מצאנז זוועהיל זצ"ל עלי' לציון
סעודת הילולא ביוניאן סיטי
סעודת הילולא בירושלים
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אסיפת התחזקות בעניני טעכנעלאגיע לחסידי סקווירא בראשות האדמו"ר מסקווירא
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45 מעמד קשר אחד אין מאנסי לטובת איחוד מוסדות באבוב
הנה"ח ר' חזקי' שאהנבערגער
Chaverim of Rockland rescuing a child that went on a hike and got dehydrated in the woods in Kakiat Park
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