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Our Town’s Weekly Issue #21

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YOURVOICE A LIFE AND DEATH MATTER Dear Monsey, I just took a big swig of liquid-lifesaver. It’s dark pink, sickeningly sweet, and has kept me living more than once. To be truthful, my current presence on planet Earth probably has more to do with Hatzalah than with that bottle of Benadryl, but since we’re anyways speaking the truth here- I’ll say it like is: I appreciate that medication. You see, it’s more than just an itchy life when you have allergies- it's downright scary,

and that bottle of Benadryl is always there- sitting on my kitchen counter with his group of close friends, waiting for me just in case. There you’ll find the whole gang: our beloved Benadryl to soothe the Beast of Itch, his buddy Epi-Pen for when things get out of hand, and Prednisone for when inflammation spreads like a brush-fire gone mad. Yes, I know that I’m about to bring up a potentially stale topic. I truly do understand that all of the major publications have already done articles on

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this subject, and that perhaps it’s a bit overkill to ask you to focus on it once again. But you have to realize that allergies aren’t just an article to me - it’s the ever-present nemesis that stalks my family. You see, it’s not only I that has allergies. My husband has allergies. And my kids have allergies. And we all have allergies to different things. That makes life pretty hard, with preparing different meals for each family member, and all. But it’s not the things that I can control (with Hashem’s help, of course) that bother me. I can work a little harder to feed the family, and I can even eat the same boring old dishes again and again, if that what it takes to keep us healthy. It’s outside the house that I’m concerned about; it’s the people and places that are not structured around my family’s specific needs that worry me tremendously. And for that reason, I’d like to ask the community to help me conquer this dragon, by allowing me to raise awareness on how to make the world a safer place for those of us with allergies. When one has a child with allergies, or suffers herself, there is danger everywhere. It’s in the Bamba bag you open for your child while shopping for clothing in a crowded store. It’s the leben your toddler slurps in the grocery cart as you complete your weekly order. It’s the coffee that you cradle as you

travel on the Monsey Trails Bus into the city. It's little things like cream cheese sandwiches, peanut-chew platters at simchos, and fish-gelatin candies that you send with your child for Shabbos party. It’s milkshakes, and pizza, and peanut butter sandwiches that make the difference. Don’t worry- I’m not asking you to give up your favorite foods. I’m only begging you to refrain from bringing them into public places. Because what you don’t know - can kill someone like me. It’s but miniscule traces, invisible to the naked-eye, that marks the difference between life and death. Most people don’t know it, but a highly sensitive individual can have an extreme allergic reaction if she as much as touches an object that your milky, fishy, or nutty hands may have touched previously. You may have thought that your hands were clean, but unless they were washed with an allergen-free soap, they still pose a danger. If you don’t have allergies you don’t know what to be scared of, so perhaps you’ll brush away these concerns. Let me give you an idea what allergies mean. Take a deep breath. Now hold it for two minutes. Now hold it longer. Can’t? Neither can I. My allergenic body needs oxygen just the same as your non-allergenic one. The only difference is that you can now take a fresh lungful of air. When someone is having an allergic reaction- there’s no way to do that. When I touch milk, for instance, my skin absorbs it and sends the allergen throughout my body. Slowly, without me


YOURVOICE

1. Be aware that Soy, Milk, Wheat, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Fish, and Eggs are the most common kosher foods to cause a severe allergic reaction. 2. Refrain from bringing these common foods into public places. 3. Find safe alternatives to give your children when out and about in public places. Some ideas include: rice cakes, fruit, corn chips, popcorn etc. 4. If you must bring any of these allergens into the public domain please be aware that heating these foods will cause

the allergens to become heavily airborne and may result in a call to Hatzalah…

6. Just say “NO!” When making a simcha or during Simchos Torah, for instance, refuse to have nuts and peanuts a part of the menu. It’s just not worth the risk.

As a side note I would just like to say “Thank you!” to all the people who are already making changes in life to accommodate allergenic children and adultsfrom schools to doctor offices. It may be slightly difficult, but we truly appreciate the efforts that you are making! May Hashem look upon all of our efforts to help our fellow Jews, and may He send Moshiach our way, b’meheira b’yameinu amen! Signed, Your Allergenic Friend

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even realizing it- the inside of my body begins to swell. That includes my throat. And there’s no off button. When I have a really bad attack, the tissue in my throat becomes so swollen that no air can pass through to reach my lungs. Without medical intervention, a person in that state could… well… you get the drift. I’d rather not say it out loud. Allergies are scary, but the good news is that they also give us a tremendous chance to work on our achdus! Dear Monsey Residents: the number of children and adults with allergies in our community is overwhelming! The numbers just keep going higher and higher! We may not be able to stop it, but we can have a role in helping to keep these members of Klal Yisroel safe. Awareness is the first step; putting these practical steps into action is the next.


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pounds, and my spirits were soaring. Until I needed to break the fast, which was the first night of Pesach! You can imagine the rest…

“psychological lift “ from a cleanse, which, in return, can motivate and propel them to adopt better and healthy lifestyle changes.

Benefits: Juice fasting can have many advantages, with one huge drawback: if you won't break the fast correctly, then your effort is wasted. And more importantly, it will be unsafe. Here are some ways your body can benefit from a cleanse:

The other side of the story: Experts, doctors, and people in the know have a lot of opinions about juice fasts. Here are some of them:

Juice fasting can have many advantages, with one huge drawback: if you won't break the fast correctly, then your effort is wasted. thrilled to get started. What I didn’t take seriously was an unforgettable statement I read in one book: “Any fool can juice fast, but only a very clever man knows how to break it!” I ended up doing a juice fast for two weeks, and felt woozy the first three days, but after that felt great! l dropped 15

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by Esty Weiss

When you drink freshly made green juice, it is almost like receiving an intravenous infusion of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. The juice goes straight into your bloodstream without having to be broken down. It gives your digestive system a mini vacation.

Since the juice is already in an easily digestible form, it can help revitalize your energy levels, sometimes in as little as 20 minutes of drinking it.

• Most

people carry anywhere from 5-15 or more pounds of waste which can be flushed out with a juice cleanse.

• Many people report a

• Dr. John Buse, M.D. of

University of North Carolina believes there is little evidence that a juice fast will do much for you, and it won’t rid your body of toxins. That is what your liver, kidneys and small intestines are designed for.

• Fruit juices can raise your

blood sugar too high, which will cause you to store fat! So drinking fruit juices, pure carrot, or beet juice is definitely not recommended.

• Some say a short-term fast

lasting about three days is less taxing on the body, while many others claim that the first three days to be the hardest, so it would be senseless to break it at this point.

My humble opinion: If you want to embark on a juice fast, consider taking the middle road. Drink only green juices with a bit of apples, beets or carrots added to each cup. Include soaked almonds and raw vegetables to munch on during the day. Get enough


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RISING TO NEW HEIGHTS Chinese Auction to Benefit Children of Ohr V’Daas

It was approximately the 25 years ago that Dr. Tzvia Feldman found herself living in Monsey, having recently moved with her family from Eretz Yisroel in order to find better educational opportunities for her young son who was multiply handicapped. Her quest to find a special needs program geared to frum children turned up fruitless.

was viable, she sought out the advice of Rabbi Martin Schloss of the Board of Jewish Education, who she knew was well connected in Albany. “I told him about my son and that I wanted a frum class for him,” recalled Dr. Feldman. “He told me that at that time he had a list in his archives of 30,000 Jewish children with special needs who had no connection whatsoever to Judaism because the only programs available to them were either in the Catholic schools or public schools.” Ohr V’daas opened in 1991 with six children, including Dr. Feldman’s son. As word got out, demand for spots in the innovative program skyrocketed.

“All I wanted was a cute little frum program, but there was nothing here,” Dr. Feldman told The Monsey View. “There was no Gan Ezra, nothing.” Faced with having to send her child to public school in order to accommodate his needs, Dr. Feldman contemplated taking matters into her own hands and creating the kind of school that she envisioned. Unsure whether or not her plan

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“People were coming out of the woodwork when they heard what we were doing,” said Dr. Feldman. “In the first year or two we went from six kids to 36, and we moved four or five times because we kept outgrowing our space.” Today Ohr V’daas, which employs an innovative approach to Applied Behavioral Analysis, has two classes and approximately 60 students who are representative of Monsey’s diverse community. The school’s student body echoes words spoken to Dr. Feldman

by Reb Mordche Schwab zt”l years ago.

“He told me that children with special needs have the koach to bring achdus,” observed Dr. Feldman. “One of the most beautiful things here is that we have children from every corner of the kehilla, and Ohr V’daas is one of the few places where Yidden of all kinds have relationships, because we are all in this together.” The financial realities of a special needs institution are daunting, and Dr. Feldman estimates the actual cost of educating each child at $45 to $50 thousand per year. Approximately half of the students receive some assistance from the state and all students receive scholarships. Despite the tremendous costs involved, Ohr V’daas remains open to all.

“All I wanted was a cute little frum program, but there was nothing here.” “We try to be a resource for every parent,” reported Dr. Feldman. “We don’t turn anyone away because of money.” Dr. Feldman describes the school’s financial situation as “very, very difficult” and she credits her dedicated,


the cooking competition by our noted food writer, Draizy Wercberger, who will be one of the three judges at the eagerly anticipated contest. Dr. Feldman has high hopes for the event which she hopes will make the community more aware of Ohr V’daas and the services it provides.

experienced staff for their mesiras nefesh, even when paychecks are late in coming. Ohr V’daas’ upcoming Chinese Auction, taking place this Monday night at The Atrium, will hopefully provide an infusion of much needed funding required to educate the shining stars that are Ohr V’daas’ students. The auction, titled Rise, will feature a lavish milchig buffet and a wide array of prizes from clothing to a trip to Eretz Yisroel to furniture, baby goods and more. The event will also include Monsey’s first ever live cooking competition, with four teams vying for top honors in a fast-paced contest, hosted by cookbook author and noted foodie Victoria Dwek. The Monsey View is proud to be represented at

“People have heard of Ohr V’daas, but they don’t know what is going on,” said Dr. Feldman. “We want to put Ohr V’daas on their radar screens. Monsey has grown so much, and there are very few people who really understand what Ohr V’daas is and what it

Ohr V’daas is one of the few places where Yidden of all kinds have relationships, because we are all in this together. means to be a parent here. We also hope that this auction will be an opportunity to show hakaras hatov to our staff, the people who have been mamash, mamash so moser nefesh for our children who come from every corner of our kehilla. There isn’t a corner here that isn’t represented in Ohr V’daas.” The Ohr V’daas Chinese auction will be taking place on Monday, October 26th at 7:30 PM, with the cooking competition kicking off at 9:15 PM. To order tickets visit Ohr V’daas online at www.MonseyAuction.com or call Faigy at 352-3475 (daytime), Sara 425-6293 (night) or Devorie 435-6045 (night) or fax your order in to 426-3816.

Sandy Eller is a freelance writer who writes for numerous websites, newspapers, magazines and many private clients. She can be contacted at sandyeller1@gmail.com.

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Stone TWENTY Chaya’s Story: “But is he alive?” I persisted. She looked at me, her indifference a hard façade on her face. “We’re taking care of him.” “He’s my child! I must know if he is okay!” No movement in the muscles of her face. Tears sprang to my eyes and spilled, blurring my vision. I stumbled to the bench behind me and covered my face. You don’t deserve to know. You didn’t protect him. You are not his mother. A real mother would never allow this to happen. You shouldn’t find out; the damage was done. By you. You. But it wasn’t about me. This was about Chuna. Helpless to help him, I cried for a long time, the hospital corridors bustling in the world behind the ten fingers shielding my face. A flare of anger kindled and erupted inside of me, and I stood up resolutely, my lower back carrying my full weight

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by Chany Rosengarten

Recap: Duvid tries to see his son after surgery but is prevented from doing so by some very unsympathetic hospital staff. He arranges a protest that will disrupt the hospital until they’re forced to give in. proudly. It pushed me to the doctor’s office at the side of the hall. But then I peered into the small window, and I saw the faces, the indifference, the judgment, the cruelty, and my anger fizzled out. How could I demand mothering rights, when I hadn’t even protected him? I sat back down. The quicksand of self-hatred

the glances they sent me, I could sense it was about me. “Go outside and tell them we will allow you to see your son,” the head nurse told me. “Not before you do,” I said, not clear why she was sending me outside. “Then don’t,” she said. Now that I was listening to the sounds beyond my own inner suffering and hope, I began to hear the sounds immediately beyond the hospital walls. There seemed to be a tempestuous sea of people. They were screaming, but I couldn’t make out the words. What sounded like metal, perhaps thrown glass, shattered the rainfall of human voices. My heart stilled and awoke. Curiosity refreshed me.

How could I demand mothering rights, when I hadn’t even protected him? pulled me in deeper. When my tears dried out, I observed the activity in the hallways, feeling like an intrusion, not a partner. My son, possibly dead, perhaps alive, or maybe battling the difficult battle between those two intertwined opposites, was far from me. And then, the nurses drew together in a tight knot around the workstation. From

I walked down the corridor. I tiptoed down the stairs. I looked out. Through the window I could see familiar


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“No,” I said. The man walked in front of the crowd. He lifted his hands, like a symphony conductor, inciting a song of protests. Foreheads borrowed deeper. Long fingers gripped gartels. “Gevald!” they said as one. “Give back the child!” the man shouted out. “Gevald!” everyone shouted back. “Let a mother be at her own child’s bedside.” “Gevald!”

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And then, two young bochurim, coming from behind the crowd, pushed a metal garbage vessel to the center of the road. They poured liquid on its contents and lit a match. A hafganah. A real protest. I clenched my teeth and watched morbidly. The street lit up. I could now see the faces in the back row. Duvid was fast approaching. My Avrumy was there. I felt anger. My children shouldn’t be a part of this. I had never allowed my children to be part of the protests. Growing up, I learned that everything can be spoken, except what couldn’t. And those things, the things that couldn’t be discussed, needed to be brought out in the open even more effectively than the words that came naturally. It didn’t always work outside of families where love existed. The Arabs and the Jews could talk until they chewed their own mouths off, and still nothing would be understood. Violence showed what words could just try to convey. Jews and Jews, sadly, needed the same method of understanding, because if there was intolerance, no words could ever bridge meaning. And I always told my children, “We don’t go.” There was a better way.

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The fire crackled, sparked upward into the blackening skies. It warmed the night air and permeated the world with the stench of roasting garbage and plumes of smoke. I noticed that my jaws, now clenched, were shivering. I felt cold despite the fire which skipped and ran within the parameters of its walls. My eyes, staring straight into the depths of the fire, blurred and ran. I went back inside the building. I stumbled backward, and landed on a stair. I sat there, chin in my chest. I was still

the desert, unable to embrace her dying child. I felt empathy, not as alone. Like Hagar. How I loathed myself. How I feared stepping into my role. Of mother, nurturer, protector. Of whatever I would find. I couldn’t do it. Outside, everyone that I knew cared for me was doing his best to grant me this. The head nurse inserted the key and turned. “Bashefer!” I cried. “I can’t do this. But you can. We’ll go together. It’s the only way I can.”

“Go outside and tell them we will allow you to see your son,” the head nurse told me. shivering, myself.

unable

to

still

“Tell them we’ll show you the child.” a nurse lay a hand on my shoulders. I stood up, so as to displace that hand, now extended in kindness that was really fear. Her name was Ayelet. I looked into the pupils of her eyes, where I could see myself swaying, yet solid and strong, the guard duty stance of a mother. “Not until you do,” I said. “Come,” she urged. My heart became afraid. What would I see? Did I want to see? I followed bravely, the fear growing in my bowels with every step.

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We went inside.

The bed was big. I had time to search him out, my child. His face was small, but his eyes were large. They were open. “Chuna?” He didn’t answer. Didn’t turn. Ayelet pulled me by the arm. She smoothed the blankets around Chuna’s feet. “Here,” she said, pushing me to come toward his face. I inched forward, until I was standing nose to nose with my precious child, his face looking carved and molded by adoring, delicate fingers. “Can I kiss him?” I asked Ayelet.

Now, we were at the door. She removed a key from a yarn around her neck.

She nodded, an eyebrow raised. A tide of anger lapped at the parched beaches of my heart. You didn’t tell me what to expect. I still don’t know. He went under the knife several times in one day. And I don’t know if I can kiss my own child.

I can’t go in there. The image of Hagar came to me — out in

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Was it anger at myself I was redirecting at Ayelet and the entire bold-faced staff? “Tell me if I can hold my child! Tell me if I can embrace him without adding to his pain. How is he? What’s wrong with him?” “It’ll take time and he’ll be out of here,” Ayelet said, getting busy with metal cabinets. It occurred to me that the body heals itself. Everything in nature repairs itself. It’s only us, people with judging hearts, who don’t. As soon as our feelings mend and we feel the joy inherent in life, we pull at the scab, expose the wound to callous hands, inflict indictment. If we would just rest, and allow intricate, beautiful nature to weave its miraculous medicine for us. But how could I? To be continued… Chany Rosengarten is a mother of three, whose love for writing runs almost as deep as her love for nature. Having recently returned to the U.S. from Eretz Yisroel, her spirit is in Yerushalayim even as she reacclimatizes to Monsey. She’s in touch with her former Yerushalmi neighbors, but makes a point of getting acquainted with the local businesses and friends. Her work is featured in several Jewish publications


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SARA NECHAMA FREUND Lives on: McNamara Road, between East Willow Tree and New Pomona Family: A six-year old boy and a four yearold girl. Occupation: Housewife and Makeup Artist

WELCOME NEIGHBOR By Chany Rosengarten

WHAT MADE YOU MOVE? My husband’s new job in the Bronx made traveling from Lakewood a three-hour nightmare. We needed to move closer right away, and Monsey was the best place to come. Having grown up in the out-of-town community of Baltimore, I appreciated the feel of Monsey. Especially my neighborhood of Wesley Hills; it’s the closest you can get to an out-of-town feel in the Tristate area. It’s also very centrally located for me; 40 minutes from Manhattan, and close enough to Flatbush and Lakewood.

ARE YOU RENTING OR DID YOU PURCHASE? When I bought my house here, it was a big commitment to settle in one place, and I was nervous. I asked Hashem to send me a sign and to help me find the right place. I’d researched at least 100 houses online and 11 in person. The

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choices were daunting. And then I came to look at the house I live in now, a lovely colonial. We knocked in, and a Norwegian woman opened the door. She wasn’t expecting us this early. “I’m sorry,” I said, “but can I just have a quick look around? I’ve looked at so many houses already that if I don’t, I’m probably not going to come back.” As soon as she reluctantly opened the door wider for me, I saw the floor tiles. The foyer had the exact same tiles my parents had in the house I grew up in. They sold the house when they made aliyah, and I once returned to my childhood home, asking the owner for a quick peek inside. The new owner refused. It was a very nostalgic feeling to see that these were the same tiles that had greeted me every day of my childhood when I had come through the door. That was the first of many

Shul: Ateres Rosh, Rabbi Berg Formerly Resided In: Baltimore during youth, and then lived in Flatbush, Lakewood, and Airmont before purchasing in Wesley Hills. Years in Monsey: Since 2013

things I liked in the house. The next day, I was scheduled to come back with my husband. The agent told us to come at nine in the morning. If eleven had been too early yesterday, nine would be even harder. It’s hard to show strangers through your house, I thought. So I brought along an apple pie - my grandmother’s recipe - as a gift to the owner of the house. “You’re clearly not from New York,” my agent told me. When I presented it to the Norwegian owner, she was so moved. She told me no one had ever been so nice to her before. She walked with us from room to room, profusely thanking us. She really wanted us to have her


house, and she even lowered the price significantly for us. That’s how that humble apple pie grew in worth to several thousand dollars.

HOW DO YOU LIKE THE NEIGHBORHOOD? I love it. I like that my neighborhood has families older than mine, that the tone is already set and it’s not just a bunch of young couples starting out. I love the out-oftown friendliness. The first Shabbos, we were greeted from across the street. I hadn’t experienced that since moving out of Baltimore. We got cake and kugel and a booklet introducing us to the shuls in the neighborhood, which included resources such as babysitting. I like our shul and community, and the shiurim for women. I like the grassy lawns, space and privacy. We just found out that the property we own has its own name, much like an old English manor. It’s called Arbor Edge. I like that a lot. Our house faces the woods, and we have a long walk to shul on Shabbos, but the privacy is nice. Our relationship with the non-Jewish neighbors is cordial. One snowy Shabbos, my husband came home to find our neighbor had plowed our driveway.

WHAT’S THE MOST DIFFICULT ASPECT OF LIVING HERE? People walking around at night without reflectors. It’s the part about living in Monsey that most concerns me. These people have

families, or parents, waiting for them at home. As they walk, they’re not dreaming that they have just avoided a fatal accident. The roads here are winding and poorly lit. There are deer and other animals on the road. And then there are people. It scares and frustrates me.

HOW DO YOU FIND THE SCHOOL SYSTEM? My children are both in YSV and we love it. It’s a large school, so the children have to learn to get along with all personality types. They are an established school and we feel secure there; like they know what they stand for, and yet are very open to parents’ input. They told us at the beginning of the year: “We make mistakes. It’s your job to tell us about them, so that we can fix them.” My son has chassidishe rebbeim, and I like that.

WHAT DID YOU HAVE TO GET USED TO? People speaking Yiddish. I actually like it a lot that going into Evergreen, you get a huge mix of people- all getting along, all a part of the greater Monsey community. We have all types. The other thing I had to get used to is phenomenon of stores that open at eleven. (Or later if the owner decided to dally!) I’m up at eight, but the stores will be closed for at least three more hours.

IF YOU HAD PREVIOUSLY KNOWN EVERYTHING ABOUT MONSEY BEFORE

YOU MOVED, WOULD YOU STILL HAVE MADE THE CHANGE? I knew when I moved that I had to put myself out there to meet people. It used to be that I would feel sorry for myself and wait to be noticed. But I learned, and I would recommend this to anyone — invite yourself over and integrate yourself into the community; don’t expect anyone else to notice and include you. In our shul, we had a welcome party to greet my family and four other couples who had just moved in. They were discussing the upcoming Chanukah party, scheduled for two weeks later. I decided to volunteer, despite being unsure what the standards in this community were. The winter made it harder to meet new people, but volunteering together with other women would allow me to get to know them. They told me later that it exceeded their expectations. I joined the gym and joined the school committee for the same reason: to meet people and get to know them. Chany Rosengarten is excited to introduce this new column, where we meet people who have moved to Monsey as recently as yesterday, or as far back as 20 years ago. As a newcomer herself to this diverse and thriving community, she looks forward to featuring your journey of acclimating to our town. Email monseyneighbor@gmail. com to say hi, to suggest an interview, or to share your story. We look forward to hearing from you.


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HELLO, FELLOW MONSEY-ITES! It’s been great spending time with you! In the last several months we feel you’ve gotten to know us pretty well; after all, we’ve followed you home from the grocery store, cuddled up on the couch with your kids, and unleashed our artistic potential together with you. We’ve engaged your imagination for hours on end, boggled your brain, and hosted elaborate cooking parties. Now it’s your turn! We want to get to know you!

We want to pick your brain, so to speak, and learn what makes you tick. Throughout the long, cold winter ahead we’ll give you what to think about. You’ll find us here, ready to hear your view of things! Each week we’ll provide you with a poll on a plethora of topics. Fill out the boxes, and fax, email, or snail-mail your ballot in, and be entered to win an exciting $50 gift certificate to everyone’s favorite plaything place: Toys 4 U! So go on, Make your mark on Monsey!

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I savor every bit, slowly reading from cover-to-cover. I enjoy looking at it slowly, but only read what draws my interest. I flip through; only reading certain segments. I’m short on time, but I love to quickly scan the magazine. I don’t read much, but I love looking at the gorgeous graphics and ads. 5. We’ve covered some great topics. Which did/do you enjoy the most? (Choose three)

Health and Wellness Hobbies FYI Jerusalem Stone- serial story Teen serial Food and Family Inbox Excursions Monsey Rebranded Real Estate Interviews o Inside Town Hall Advertorials/Features Boggle Comics News Pictures Art section Educational Home design 6. What piques your interest for future focus? (Check all that you’d like to find more of in The View)

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Now that the Friday night seudah is getting earlier and earlier, I love having a little “extra something” to serve next to the meat. The following three salads are fantastic! They are all extra-easy to

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5 cucumbers, peeled and thinly sliced 1 large onion, cut into half circles 2 teaspoons salt ¼ cup vinegar ½ cup sugar ¾ cup boiling water

1. Combine cucumbers, onion and salt in a large bowl. Let sit for a half hour. The salt will cause the cucumbers and the onion to wilt. 2. Add the vinegar and sugar to the cucumbers and mix. Pour the boiling water over the cucumbers and refrigerate.

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CUCUMBER SALAD This is a staple in my house. It takes but minutes to prepare and is perfect with any type of chicken or meat. Be aware that it doesn’t last as long as the storebought varieties, due to the lack of preservatives. I usually prepare it Thursday morning, and it lasts until after Shabbos.


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by Ruchy Reese

They keep you warm and toasty on those blustery winter days, entertain your children by morphing into whimsical puppets, and aggravate you to no end when they mysteriously disappear… They are found in every Monsey home, and although you don’t necessarily love ‘em- you can’t live without ‘em! (At least comfortably!) Join on us on our journey into the world of… SOCKS!

FAST

FACTS 40% of socks manufactured worldwide have their origins in China, specifically the city of Zhuji found in the Province of Zhejiang. Back in the tenth century, you would have owned socks only if you were part of the wealthy upper class. Difficult to produce, socks were considered luxury items and were considered a beautiful gifting choice. Ever wondered which part of the sock wears out the fastest? The toe! According to research (yes, someone actually spent time and money researching socks!) individuals sleeping with roommates are more likely to wear mismatched socks than people who have their own rooms. Why? In the attempt to not wake a sleeping roommate, they’ll often grab two socks with the light off- and find out later that the socks aren’t quite the perfect match they thought them to be…

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CLEVER SOLUTIONS • If being mismatched isn’t your idea of high-style,

try these innovative tips to help keep track of your socks:

• Wash socks in a mesh bag to prevent socks from scampering away

• Stock up on socks of one brand/color, that way,

even if you lose one- you can match it up with a different one that looks just the same.

• Buy specially made sock-clips, available at your

local hosiery store, and clip socks together before tossing into the laundry hamper.

CREATIVE USES • When all else fails and despite your best efforts you still have a few lone socks floating arounduse these creative ideas to put the Single-Sock Crisis in its place!

SOCKS IN HALACHA One is not required to wash his hands after touching clean socks; touching sweaty socks however does require one to wash. Although Kohanim are not permitted to wear shoes when they bless the congregation, it is permissible and fitting for them to wear socks. One is not required to make the bracha of Shecheyanu when purchasing a new pair of socks.

• Thought socks were only foot-friends? They can be hand-friends, too! Slip an old cotton sock over your hand, and use it to clean up dusty blinds in a quick and easy manner! Works great for fans as well!

• Let loose the creativity by decorating odd socks

into friendly faces! Young children can then enjoy putting on a puppet show for the family.

• Crawling baby? Pad her knees by cutting off the

feet of two old socks and slide them on top of her clothing. (The same method can be used to create a mock shell; pull over elbows when in need of a sleeve extension!)

• Soothe those aching muscles with this homemade

heating pad: fill up a sock with uncooked rice and tie a knot at the end. Nuke it for 60 seconds in the microwave (in 20-second increments) and apply to aching muscles. Works wonders!

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“Clock” is more than just a timepiece- it’s also the official title for the design on the side of a sock. The word sock means more than just a piece of clothing; it also is verb which means: to hit, strike, or apply forcefully, as in “sock a home run” or “the area was socked by a hurricane.”

WE HOPE THAT WE “KNOCKED YOUR SOCKS OFF”!

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e all love the joy of a freshly painted house, but just the thought of choosing a paint colors can cause even the most “I-can-do-it-all” type tripping over that elusive shade of grey paint bucket! Huh? What can be so difficult in obtaining a paint color? you ask....Well, the magic is in the details. It’s the subtle undertones of purple that delightfully appear in the right setting - or the 'blueness' of that perfect color that set the mood and make the difference. Come along as we open the doors to the world of paint chemistry and explore the great chameleon of color! With so many options to choose from, I always advise clients to test paint colors by buying a sample size of the color that they are interested in, and then observing the subtle color change in different light and times of day. Light colors can make a room seem more spacious, while dark hues give a visually advanced illusion, cozying up a space in the process.

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Wall covering options have evolved from stencils and hand painted art to the resurgence of wallpaper. The options run the gamut from geometric patterns, grass cloth, paintable wallpaper, chevron, floral, and softly iridescent; and of course there will always be time-honored classics like trompe-l'oeil and other decorative finishes. There are neutral wood-inspired palettes that can bring an outdoor feel to a room. A careful mix of retro and modern can make the perfect balance. Wallpaper is an option that offers some great advantages. It can add texture and color to a room, and it can even cover minor wall imperfections. To put a modern spin on some classic looks, you can use papers that mimic the look of granite and Formica. Back on the high-style radar you will find exciting faux prints! They help give strong character to the design style you're after; from faux brick, faux wood and animal prints, as well as faux leather and suede. Adding interest to your home is simple with wallpaper. Whether your style is traditional or modern, there's a pattern to fit your vision. The best wall is usually the first one you see when you enter a room. You can accentuate prominent walls with an unexpected color, texture or design. Not ready to make a commitment? Temporary, self adhesive and removable wallpaper and decals are an option for you! So, try to find that perfect balance between what is 'in' and what you love...that elusive balance between modern and timeless. Ready to dip your toes in wallpaper water?

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EDUCATIONAL by Chaya Breindy Kenigsberg

WHAT TO DO WITH A CHILD WHO’S JUST NOT TRYING Mrs. Chaya Breindy Kenigsberg M.S. Ed. is an educational consultant whose aim is to empower parents and teachers to help children succeed in school, socially and academically. For workshops or consultations contact her at kenigsberg@yeshivanet.com

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It can be frustrating to observe a child fritter away her potential, especially after repeated efforts to motivate fall flat. We call it ‘not interested,’ ‘not motivated,’ ‘not trying,’ or ‘not putting in effort,’ which really all connote the same thing: This child can, but for some reason simply doesn’t want to. Children are naturally created with certain gifts implanted within them. They possess an organic desire to learn, incredible resilience, and a powerful drive to succeed. Just watch a child during her first three years of life. (Ever heard someone call a two-yearold ‘lazy?’) They are objects in motion. So what is it that makes children lose their drive, their momentum? Having just established the premise that children are naturally driven leads us subsequently to realize that only external factors can be accountable for this lack of drive. It is tempting to lay blame on the child, claiming, ““She’s failing because she’s lazy,” or “He’s misbehaving because he’s not motivated.” The true cause of the problem, however, rests outside the child, not inside of her. What are these external forces? The possibilities are vast. They can run the gamut from peer pressure, to teacher effectiveness or outside stressors. Let’s examine three common forces that hinder children’s school performance - and what we, as parents, can do about them.

Possible External Force #1: Being Expected to Perform Above Their Skill Level One of the most common factors that cause children to lose their enthusiasm and drive for school-related tasks is the expectation that they are able to perform above their skill level. This can present itself in the form of bright child like Rechy, who has just entered sixth grade. Her teacher expects her to take notes during a lowstimulation, lecture-style lesson and subsequently be tested on the material. The teacher has not provided any in-class review or ageappropriate activities to help her retain the knowledge that she has supposedly just gained. Rechy doesn’t want to study. Is it any wonder? We most often see this scenario played out with a child who is lacking a core skill that other children her own age may already have, and yet she is expected to perform “like everyone else,” regardless of her disadvantage. It may be a learning disability or a personality profile that is holding her back from attaining the same set of skills as her peers. A child that appears unmotivated may in actuality be a child that lacks foundational reading skills, or may have a difficult time with multitasking. A boy who has difficulties pointing into the Gemara may feel that listening and reading the Gemara simultaneously may be too large of a mountain for him to scale, and thus he gives up.


Often parents will see this same lack of skill causing difficulty in other areas as well, although they may not immediately recognize it as such. Clearing the Way: Remediation and Accommodation When a child’s lack of skill is due to the teacher’s inexperience or unfamiliarity with age-appropriate skills, a call to the teacher is in order. If the child lacks ageappropriate skills, remediation is the prescribed remedy. Remediation means to remedy a gap in the child’s skill set through explicit teaching. Can a parent teach her child the skill she’s missing? In many cases, the answer is yes. Instead of asking, “Why is this child not motivated?” we ask, “What skill does my child need in order succeed at this task?” A child who reads before doing homework, for example, might simply need to learn time management skills

or the child has a short attention span, teach each step separately, and with patience. 5. Be there to support your child until the new skill becomes a habit. Don’t expect instant mastery. After determining the skill-set to work on, develop a support system of accommodations for your child. Just as it is unrealistic to expect a child who lacks some vision to see ‘like everyone’ without glasses, it is unrealistic to expect children who lack academic related skills to perform on par, without support, even after a skill has been taught. Try to discern what kind of accommodations would be helpful to your child. Does your child need more frequent breaks in order to focus better? Does your child need a modified spelling list to study from? Don’t be afraid to approach your child’s teacher to request accommodations. An effective educator will be

The true cause of the problem rests outside the child, not inside of her. or how to prioritize. Keep in mind the following tips for teaching your child skills deemed necessary: 1. Find a time when everyone is rested and relaxed before you begin. 2. Demonstrate the skill in an easy to follow, step-bystep manner. 3. Make it a pleasant, even fun, experience and express confidence in your child’s abilities. 4. If the process is a long one

open to it because she knows that education is not ‘one-sizefits-all.’ If your child is struggling in multiple areas, the involvement of a learning specialist may be necessary. Possible External Force #2: Dealing with Big Tasks and Generalized Expectations Sometimes we believe that a child should be able to accomplish certain tasks that seem so doable to us, not realizing that sometimes

we have to go out of our way to teach even mundane, socalled “simple” tasks. I can hear some of you thinking, “What do you mean, I have to teach my child how to prioritize? She’s a seventh grader, for goodness sake!” or “I have to help my child get organized? She’s ten! She should know how to keep her briefcase neat.” ‘Shoulds’ are part of a category of obstacles I call “Big Tasks and Generalized Expectations.” We expect the child ‘should behave,’ ‘should study,’ ‘should do well,’ ‘should be organized,’ and ‘should do her homework.’ There are problems with this. I learned firsthand from my own misplaced expectations. At five years old, one of my children was still not getting dressed on her own. Having a five-year-old, a three-year-old, and one-yearold to dress each morning made for some stressful moments, to say the least. Raising the bar on the stress level was the voice in my head that kept saying, “She’s five. She should be able to dress herself already. She just likes to be catered to.” That is, until an occupational therapist pointed out to me that this child had severe difficulty with motor planning. She was not able to break down a large task, like dressing herself, into a couple consecutive of steps. She couldn’t even take the first step, because she didn’t know what the first step was. ‘Shoulds’ don’t tell our children how. Close your eyes and allow this image to form in your mind.: Imagine a house that

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has been vandalized. The house’s contents have been emptied from drawers, closets and cabinets; strewn about in wild, haphazard piles that are several feet high. Now imagine being told to put everything back in its rightful spot. If you’re anything like me, the thought of tackling this monumental project is so overwhelming that you’d feel exhausted just thinking about it. When we express general expectations or give overly large tasks to our children, a child may become burnt out before she even begins. Incredible energy has been expended just by thinking about the monumental task before her. Clearing the way: Break It Down Luckily, there is one effective solution to both problems, and it’s this: break it down. Make it realistic and doable. With my daughter, the OT advised me to teach her and rehearse the steps to getting dressed (take off your pajamas, then put on your . . . ). The transformation was astonishing. I saw similar results when I helped children break down academic tasks into consecutive doable steps. Many children, for example, are completely baffled when they are given an open topic and asked to write about it. Some become exhausted just at the thought of filling up that daunting blank page. Some have no idea where to start, how to even find

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the words to begin. When we break down a sizable task into clear steps a monumental task suddenly becomes scaled down to size. The impossible is now possible. Possible External Force#3: Failing to Believe in Her Inner Force What we see as lazy or unmotivated is really a child who’s given up; she’s lost the confidence in her own inner force.

Clearing the Way: Nurture Grit How to nurture grit? It’s simpler than you might think. Help your child learn to appreciate mistakes and accept failure. How do you react when you make a mistake, burn the supper, or forget to buy the most important item on the grocery list? How do you react when children make mistakes, spill the milk, or mess up a recipe? Right. Coming down hard on mistakes stifles grit, because children develop a fear of trying. And if they’ve tried and made a mistake, they’ll be afraid to try again. Mistakes are something to appreciate, because they are evidence of effort and learning. The only person who never makes mistakes is the person who does nothing! If we can appreciate that, we’re on the road to grit. Failure is just a mistake gone further. With each new skill we learn, we fail before we succeed. From learning to walk, to learning to ride a bike - they all have their share of failures. If we can accept our children’s failures calmly, teaching them to pick themselves up and try againwe’ve succeeded in instilling grit. As mothers, we are in a particularly powerful position to instill grit in our children just by doing what we do best – loving them and strengthening our relationship with them. A mother’s unconditional love and secure attachment will keep that natural drive alive!

With each new skill we learn, we fail before we succeed. Do you know which four letters differentiate a child who gives up easily from a child who sticks it out despite hardships and hurdles? (No, this is not a riddle. This is the current hot topic in the education world.) The answer is G-R-I- T. Grit. Grit (as in persistence, perseverance - not grit your teeth) has been the focus of thousands of research dollars. Educational researchers have found that grittiness is a better predictor of success than IQ, and children who don’t have grit often don’t succeed despite potential and talent. While this might seem obvious to those of us who’ve raised children and watched the persistent ones succeed, these findings have created entire movements of educators who’ve adopted the mission of instilling grit in their students. In some public schools, Grit is actually taught as a subject.


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Last week, we spoke about home maintenance in general, and specifically about water damage. As the leaves change and the days get shorter, take the time this autumn to prepare for the oncoming cold weather. Ready the furnace for the months of work it will have ahead, and clean out the fireplace. Test them both to ensure they’ll be working when you need the heat. Don’t wait until it’s snowing to clear out your gutters. With upkeep in the fall, you’ll have peace of mind in the winter and more time to hibernate.

INSIDE THE HOUSE HEATING SYSTEM CHECKUP Be sure to change the air filter in your furnace and check its efficiency before the cold weather begins. Call in an HVAC contractor to

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test the heating output and give the system a tuneup. This technician can also check for and correct possibly hazardous carbon monoxide levels generated by your heating system. Stock up on several air filters for the winter, and change them every month. If you don’t have a programmable thermostat, purchase one for the system to help lower your energy costs.

keep the heat from escaping. Be sure to check your doors as well, and fix their weatherstripping, if needed. CHECK THE FIREPLACE AND CHIMNEY Most chimney sweeps recommend an annual sweeping, but depending on how often you use the fireplace, you might be able to wait on a full sweep. But if you will be using the fireplace often, call a chimney sweep for an inspection. Hopefully you will have your older, seasoned firewood now ready for use after sitting for the spring and summer. It’s recommended to keep the firewood at least 30 feet from the house and covered. Seasoned wood is best for fires, as it burns cleaner and longer.

Don’t wait until it’s snowing to clear out your gutters. After your furnace has been tuned up to its maximum efficiency, take a moment to inspect your heating ducts and vents. Dust them off and clear away anything that may have gotten into them over the summer. Then check your windows for any leaks that may compromise your heating efficiency. If you feel cold air coming in, purchase a plastic sealing kit from the hardware store and place the plastic around the window to

REVIEW HOME FIRE SAFETY The introduction of the heating season brings new potential for fire hazards, so


take a moment to review fire safety in your home. Check and replace fire extinguishers if necessary, and change the batteries in your smoke detectors. Also go over the home evacuation plan with your family.

away from the foundation, as well as from walkways and driveways, so that they do not become slippery or icy. In our area, because we have so many trees this is extremely important.

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The orange, yellow, and brown colors of the autumn leaves don’t look as nice on the ground as they do on the trees. Rake the leaves into piles and scoop them into yard waste bags. If leaves are left on the ground, you can choke your grass and “kill” the lawn. When sweeping the leaves off your patio, don’t forget to clean, pack up, and store any patio furniture for the winter. Disconnect garden hoses and, if practical, use an indoor valve to shut off and drain water from pipes leading to

THE GUTTERS It’s best to inspect and clean the gutters a few times during the fall, especially if there are many leafy trees around your house. If gutters remain clogged, water will spill over them and onto the ground next to the foundation, which may cause damage to the foundation. Gutters and downspouts should be kept clean and should direct water

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outside faucets. This reduces the chance of freezing in the section of pipe just inside the house. IN THE GARAGE It is recommended that you empty out unused fuel from any gas-powered equipment stored in the garage, such as a lawnmower, because sediment can build up and clog the fuel lines. Store gasoline in tanks out of children’s reach and have it ready for use in your snowblower or emergency generator, if need be. TEST YOUR EMERGENCY GENERATOR It’s a good idea to have an emergency generator if you live in an area that sees a lot of ice storms, as these are a major cause of

Ann Zeilingold, NMLS # 41850 is the Vice President and Branch Manager of First Meridian Mortgage in Pomona, NY. First Meridian is a direct lender, licensed in NY, NJ, FL and CT. She has been originating residential mortgages for 27 years. She has recently published a book, which is a must-read for any prospective homebuyer, The Homebuyer’s Companion. Ann grew up in Monsey, and she currently lives in Wesley Hills with her husband and children.

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blackouts during the winter. (Remember Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy) So if you have one, haul it out and give it a test run to see if it is in good working order. Make sure you never run the generator in any enclosed space – like your garage – as it will present a carbon monoxide hazard. If you are selling your home and it is empty, have your realtor or property manager check on your home on a regular basis and arrange for the fall maintenance required. If you are not there to see what is going on, much damage can occur without you even being aware of it. An example is a home that was for sale. The homeowner did not realize that the oil had run out so the home had no heat. The pipes froze. They found out because a neighbor called the realtor advertised on the sign to tell them that water was pouring out of the home. The home had been under contract and the buyer backed out because of the extensive damage. It was a very costly to repair and the homeowner did not have the money. The home eventually sold “as is” for $125,000 less than it had been in contract before. Ouch.

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more headache, and in some instances more costly than otherwise. We closed a loan like this just this week. It was a foreclosure purchase of a home that had been empty for two years. It had no heat, the water pipes had been removed by vandals and squatters, and there were holes in the sheetrock

The orange, yellow, and brown colors of the autumn leaves don’t look as nice on the ground as they do on the trees.

Homes with extensive damage from deferred maintenance cannot get a regular mortgage loan. They need to be sold for cash or be financed with a “rehab” mortgage, which is a great loan but ultimately

throughout - along with a few broken windows. My client saw beyond the neglect, and purchased this home which needed $140,000 in repairs; but once it was repaired, the appraiser gave the home an “after improved’ value which was $300,000 more than what they had paid for the home. This is further proof that, case after case, the seller will sell for far below market price because a home is not in good shape; sometimes just basic neglect or some deferred maintenance.

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Local office seeking temporary female employee for November/ December. Must have experience selling on Amazon. Good pay. rsadreply@gmail.com Seeking female executive assistant in local, heimishe fast-paced office. Must be detail-oriented and have multi-tasking and computer skills. rsadreply@gmail.com Small business is looking for an experienced P/T bookkeeper a few hours daily. Quick book knowledge a must. Please call: 845-665-170 Boys Yeshiva in Monsey seeks Middle School ELA teacher M-Th afternoon. Email yeshivaenglish@yahoo. com or Fax 845-578-1808 attn: Principal Great opportunity, Looking for class B CDL DRIVER with clutch for heimishe lumber co. good pay. 718-369-3141 Ext. 348 Online business in Monsey seeking responsible, detailoriented person for office work including research, listings and describing items. (845)800-3573

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A distribution company is looking for a route driver Duties packing out on shelf, rotate stock invoicing etc. Email your info to truckrout2015@ gmail.com

Looking for full time employee. Phone skills and computer friendly a must. 845-579-5587 leave a message

Seeking F/T employee. Job includes heavy communication with clients, processing payroll, and HR functions. sperlman@ commhealthcare.com 845-7381308.

WAREHOUSE ASSISTANT Frum company, 20 minutes from Monsey, seeks a F/T individual to reorganize areas of our warehouse. Successful candidate must be detail oriented, have excellent communication skills and be able to prioritize and multitask in a fast-paced environment. Resumes to Careers@ ChurchillLiving.com Great Benefits, including paid Yom Tov! EEO/AA Employer CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE Vacation Rental Frum company seeks a professional with refined customer relations skills to respond to guest inquiries and requests. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, the ability to control challenging clients; prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. One (1) year customer service experience. Resumes to Careers@ ChurchillLiving.com Great Benefits, including paid Yom Tov! EEO/AA Employer SALES / RESERVATIONS COORDINATOR: Job responsibilities include communicating with clients to book reservations. Candidate should possess excellent written and verbal communication skills and be exceptionally organized. This is an office position. 1 year office experience a plus. Located 20 minutes from Monsey! Resumes to Careers@ ChurchillLiving.com Great Benefits, including paid Yom Tov! EEO/AA Employer

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Monsey boys’ yeshiva seeks 3rd grade afternoon teacher. Experience required, degree preferred. tbayer@ yeshivaspringvalley.org or FAX 356-8551 attn:Miss Bayer.

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Looking for a woman/girl to work with a 12 year old "special needs" boy in a mainstream setting. 845371-7079

Office few miles from Monsey looking for devoted person to fill a full time purchasing position jobopenings10952@gmail.com

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‫ארומגעלאפן צו די שטובער פון אלמנות מיט יתומים‪ ,‬צו טאנצן‬ ‫דארט מיט זיינע קינדער און זיי משמח זיין‪.‬‬ ‫אין יענע תקופה‪ ,‬איז געגרינדעט געווארן דער בית‪-‬המדרש‬ ‫תולדות‪-‬אהרן‪ ,‬פאר די דאזיגע אידן‪ ,‬שהתלקטו סביב דמותו של‬ ‫אותו צדיק‪ ,‬וואס האבן זיך געוואלט מתבשם זיין מאור תורתו פונעם‬ ‫רבי'ן שליט"א‪ ,‬ווי אויך פאר די תלמידי וחסידי תולדות אהרן‪ ,‬הדוגלים‬ ‫על דרך כ"ק מרן בעל שומרי אמונים‪ ,‬וחתנו ומ"מ כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר‬ ‫מתולדות אהרן זצוקללה"ה‪.‬‬ ‫אין דעם בית‪-‬המדרש פלעגט דער רבי שליט"א אפרעכטן זיין‬ ‫עבודת‪-‬הקודש‪ ,‬די געהויבענע נעילת‪-‬החג‪ ,‬די וועכנטליכע שלש‪-‬‬

‫סעודות‪ ,‬וואס האט געהויבן אלע וואס האבן זיך דארט געפינען‪.‬‬ ‫אין דעם בית‪-‬המדרש האט זיך דער רבי שליט"א אויפגעהאלטן און‬ ‫איבערגעלאזט זיין רשימה דקדושה אויף יהדות מאנסי‪.‬‬ ‫די דאזיגע יארן גייען אריין אין די היסטאריע פון תולדות‪-‬אהרן‬ ‫לדורותיהם‪ ,‬אלס אומאפטיילבארע חלק פון די אינהאלטסרייכע‬ ‫יארן פון דעם רבי שליט"א און זיינע טעג וועלכע זענען א שטיק‬ ‫עבודת‪-‬השם ביזן היינטיגן טאג‪.‬‬

‫אהרן בחיר השם‬

‫אפילו נאכדעם‪ ,‬ווען דער רבי שליט"א האט איבערגענומען די‬ ‫הנהגה פון תולדות אהרן‪ ,‬זיצנדיג על כס אביו הק'‪ ,‬בעל דברי‬ ‫אמונה זצוק"ל‪ ,‬זענען זיינע אויגן נאכאלס געוואנדן צו די יארן‬ ‫וואס ער האט זיך אויפגעהאלטן אין מאנסי‪ ,‬און צו דעם דאזיגן‬ ‫בית‪-‬המדרש‪.‬‬ ‫דער רבי שליט"א האט געשיקט קיין מאנסי זיין טייער זוהן‪,‬‬ ‫הכהן הגדול מאחיו‪ ,‬מרן הרב אהרן שליט"א‪ ,‬וועלכער איז משפיע‬ ‫מאורו הבהיר ביזן היינטיגן טאג‪ ,‬אויף די מתפללי בית‪-‬המדרש‬ ‫בפרט און אויף תושבי מאנסי בכלל‪ .‬דער רב שליט"א‪ ,‬וועלכער‬ ‫איז א תלמיד‪-‬חכם און עובד‪-‬השם משכמו ולמעלה‪ ,‬איז ממשיך‬ ‫מיט די הנהגת בית‪-‬המדרש און הויבט די מתפללים בדברי תורתו‬ ‫מידי ס"ג ונעילת החג‪ ,‬וכן בשאר זמנים במשך השנה‪.‬‬ ‫אבער עס איז נישט נאר דער רבי‪ ,‬עס איז נישט נאר דער רב‪,‬‬ ‫עס איז יעדע מתפלל באזונדער‪ .‬אין תולדות‪-‬אהרן דרייען זיך‬ ‫דורך אידן עובדי השם‪ ,‬ערליכע חסידי'שע יונגעלייט‪ ,‬וואס כל‬ ‫מאוויהם איז צו דינען דעם בורא‪-‬כל‪-‬עולמים‪ ,‬און דאווענען מיט‬ ‫א ברען‪.‬‬ ‫דער בית‪-‬המדרש איז באקאנט אלס חסידי'שער מקום און‬ ‫ווארעמער ארט‪ ,‬וואו א דאווענען נעמט דורך אלע ביינער און‬ ‫גלידער‪ .‬עס איז ניכר אז די ווענט פון דעם ארט זענען שוין‬ ‫דורכגענעצט געוווארן מיט ברענעדיגע תפילות מיט עבודת‬ ‫השם במסירות נפש פון צדיקים וחסידים‪ ,‬שוין יארן לאנג‪ .‬דאס‬ ‫קען מען שפירן ווי נאר מען קומט אריין אין דעם בית‪-‬המדרש‪.‬‬ ‫הנחת אבן הפינה לבית המדרש ‪ -‬ל' ניסן תשע"ב‪ .‬בהשתתפות כ"ק‬ ‫בית‪-‬המדרש תולדות‪-‬אהרן קען צוגעגליכן ווערן צו תיבת‬ ‫אדמור שליט"א‬ ‫נח‪ ,‬וועלכער לאזט נישט אריין די מבול פון די גאס צווישן אירע‬ ‫פיר ווענט‪ .‬דאס איז פון די איינציגסטע פלעצער אויף די וועלט‪,‬‬ ‫וואו מען קען אריינקומען און נאכזאגן אן אמת'ע ווארעמע‬ ‫חסידי'שע ווארט‪ ,‬מיט א חסידי'שע ברען‪ ,‬אזוי ווי פארצייטישע‬ ‫אמאליגע אידן‪.‬‬

‫שטיל און איידל קוקט זי אויס‬ ‫פונדרויסן‪ ,‬אבער אינערווייניג איז‬ ‫זי קאכעדיג און ברענעדיג‪.‬‬

‫שבתים וזמנים מיוחדים‬

‫א שבת אין תולדות‪-‬אהרן בית‪-‬המדרש אין מעין עולם הבא‪,‬‬ ‫דארט קען מען טאפן דעם שבת מיט די הענט‪ .‬די תפילות‪ ,‬די‬ ‫אטמאספערע איז עפעס וואס מען קען נישט ערקלערן אויף‬ ‫פאפיר‪ .‬בשעת'ן דאווענען אין שלש‪-‬סעודות איז פאראן די‬ ‫טייערע חבורה 'צאן קדשים' – א ספעציעלע פראגראם פאר‬ ‫קינדער‪ ,‬אנגעפירט דורך צוויי חשוב'ע מחנכים‪ ,‬דער באקאנטער‬ ‫ר' איטשע‪ ,‬מיט זיין מיטארבעטער ר' זיידל ראטנבערג הי"ו –‬ ‫‪/ T HE MO NS E Y V IE W‬‬

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‫שמואל פוקס‬

‫בית‪-‬המדרש תולדות אהרן‬ ‫איידל אבער ברענעדיג‬

‫אין דעם קליינעם שטילן לינאר געסל‪ ,‬ווייט פון מענטשנ'ס אויגן‪,‬‬ ‫פארשטעקט צווישן אנדערע הייזער און געביידעס‪ ,‬געפינט זיך‬ ‫דער בית‪-‬המדרש תולדות‪-‬אהרן‪ ,‬מיט א באשיינקייט און איידלקייט‪,‬‬ ‫זייענדיג אן אפגעהיטן וואונקל פארן באשעפער‪.‬‬ ‫שטיל און איידל קוקט זי אויס פונדרויסן‪ ,‬אבער אינערווייניג איז‬ ‫זי קאכעדיג און ברענעדיג‪ .‬אריינקומענדיג אהין אויף א שבת'דיגע‬ ‫דאווענען‪ ,‬וועט איר זיך אנשטויסן מיט א גרופע פון דורכגעווייקטע‬ ‫חסידי'שע אידן‪ ,‬ברענעדיגע נשמות פון עובדי‪-‬השם‪ ,‬וואס רעכטן‬ ‫אפ א דאווענען מיט א פייער און פלאקער פארן אויבערשטן‪.‬‬ ‫בית‪-‬המדרש תולדות‪-‬אהרן‪ ,‬איז דער באזע פון דורכגעווייקטע‬ ‫חניוקישע און חסידי'שע אידן‪ ,‬וועלכע ווילן דאווענען א חסידי'שע‬ ‫דאווענען‪ ,‬שרייענדיג אמן יהא שמיה רבה און דינען דעם אויבערשטן‬ ‫על דרך החסידות‪.‬‬ ‫אט אזוי דארף א חסידי'שע בית‪-‬המדרש אויסקוקן; בשעת‬ ‫פונדרויסן איז זי איידל און באשיידן ‪ -‬מאכנדיג דעם רושם אז עס איז‬ ‫א רעדע פון נאך עפעס א בית‪-‬המדרש'ל אין שטאט‪ ,‬וואס דארפן זוכן‬ ‫א צענטער צו מנין – לעבט זי פון אינדערווייניג א רוחניות'דיגע לעבן‪,‬‬ ‫פול מיט חיות דקדושה‪ ,‬עס לעבט און רוישט אזוי ווי א חסידי'שער‬ ‫בית‪-‬המדרש דארף צו לעבן‪.‬‬

‫עירו של רבי‬

‫וועלנדיג אנהויבן אונזער ארטיקל‪ ,‬ווילט זיך שרייבן דער פאקט‪,‬‬ ‫אז די היסטאריע פון דער בית‪-‬המדרש תולדות אהרן אין מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫גייט שוין צוריק פיל יארן פריער‪ .‬אבער די ווערטער זענען איבעריג‪,‬‬ ‫וויבאלד תולדות‪-‬אהרן מיט מאנסי גייען געקניפט און געבינדן‪ .‬פילע‬ ‫יארן האט כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר מתולדות‪-‬אהרן שליט"א געלעבט אין‬ ‫מאנסי און דא געדינט דעם אויבערשטן שטיל און באשיידן‪ .‬דער רבי‬ ‫שליט"א האט אויסגעקליבן אונזער שטאט אלס מקום למושב לו‪,‬‬

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‫וועלנדיג דינען דעם בורא‪-‬עולם אין שויס פון נאטור‪ ,‬ווייט פון דער‬ ‫שטאטישע אטמאספערע‪ .‬דא אין מאנסי האט דער רבי שליט"א‬ ‫אנגעפירט מיט זיין עבודת‪-‬הקודש‪ ,‬זיצנדיג לאנגע שעות און‬ ‫געלערנט‪ ,‬עוסק געווען בעבודת התפילה במסירת‪-‬נפש‪ ,‬זארגנדיג‬ ‫פאר אלמנות מיט יתומים‪ ,‬זייענדיג זיי משמח און טוענדיג פאר זיי‪.‬‬ ‫אידן דא אין שטאט געדענקען נאך די דאזיגע צייטן‪ ,‬בשעת‬ ‫מאנסי'ער איינוואוינער האבן געהאט די זכיה צו געניסן פון דעם צדיק‬ ‫תמים ונשגב ביי אונז אין שטאט‪ .‬ריכטיג‪ ,‬ער האט נאך דעמאלס נישט‬ ‫ממלא געווען תפקידו אלס רבי און אדמו"ר‪ ,‬אבער זיין געהויבענע‬ ‫פערזענליכקייט האט געצויגן פיל אידן ווי א מאגנעטישער קראפט‪,‬‬ ‫און וויפיל דער רבי שליט"א האט זיך פראבירט צו באהאלטן‪ ,‬האבן‬ ‫מאנסיער איינוואוינער געוויסט און פארשטאנען וועמען זיי האבן ביי‬ ‫זיך אין שטאט‪.‬‬ ‫יעדן פורים האבן מענטשן מיטגעהאלטן‪ ,‬ווען אין די זעלבע צייט‬ ‫וואס אנדערע רבנים זענען געזיצן אינדערהיים און אויפגענומען‬ ‫דעם ציבור אידן וואס זענען געקומען צו זיי אין שטוב‪ ,‬איז דער‬ ‫רבי שליט"א – נאך זייענדיג דער תולדות‪-‬אהרן רב פון מאנסי –‬

‫בית‪-‬המדרש‪ :‬תולדות‬ ‫אהרן‬ ‫אדרעס‪.lenore av 27 :‬‬ ‫רב‪ :‬הרב אהרן קאהן‬ ‫שליט"א‬ ‫גבאי‪ :‬מו"ה ר' יודל‬ ‫איינהארן הי"ו‬

‫אקטיוויטעטן‪:‬‬ ‫כולל ערב‬ ‫צאן קדשים לילדים‬

‫זמנים מיוחדים‪:‬‬ ‫נעילת החג‬ ‫ל"ג בעומר‬


‫המדרש איז א רוחניות'דיגע וואונקל‬ ‫וועלכע ווארפט א ליכטיגקייט אויף‬ ‫די געגנט‪.‬‬ ‫ווען דער בית‪-‬המדרש איז נתיסד‬ ‫געווארן האט עס געהייסן א גרויסן‬ ‫ארט‪ ,‬אבער זייער שנעל איז דאס‬ ‫קליין געווארן‪ ,‬אז עס לאזט זיך‬ ‫זאגן דערויף "זה הגדול קטן יהיה"‪.‬‬ ‫פון טאג צו טאג ווערט דער בית‪-‬‬ ‫המדרש געווארן אלס פילער‪ ,‬אויף‬ ‫אן אופן אז טאטע'ס האבן נישט‬ ‫גענוג פלאץ פאר זייערע קינדער‪,‬‬ ‫צו קענען דאווענען אינאיינעם אין‬ ‫בית‪-‬המדרש כראוי וכנכון‪ .‬היינט צו טאגס איז שוין דער בית‪-‬המדרש‬ ‫איבערגעפילט מיט מתפללים ולומדים‪ ,‬און עס איז נישט קיין ספק‬ ‫אז מען אז מען האט שוין געברויכט מרחיב זיין די גבולי הקדושה און‬ ‫בויען א נייעם בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬באקוועם צו מאכן דעם ציבור‪ ,‬זיך צו‬ ‫פלאצירן מיט די קינדער און דאווענען מיט א רואיגקייט‪.‬‬ ‫אצינד איז דער בית‪-‬המדרש זוכה‪ ,‬אז מען האלט זיך אט פארן‬

‫ער האט נאך דעמאלס נישט‬ ‫ממלא געווען תפקידו אלס‬ ‫רבי און אדמו"ר‪ ,‬אבער זיין‬ ‫געהויבענע פערזענליכקייט‬ ‫האט געצויגן פיל אידן ווי א‬ ‫מאגנעטישער קראפט‬

‫אריבערציען צום נייעם ארט‪ ,‬א נייער‬ ‫בנין לכבודו של תולדות‪-‬אהרן ווערט‬ ‫אצינד אויפגעשטעלט אויף סוזען‬ ‫דריוו אין אונזער שטאט מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫וואו דער דאזיגער בית‪-‬המדרש‬ ‫וועט ווייטער ממשיך זיין מיט אירע‬ ‫געהויבענע פעולות‪ ,‬זייענדיג א‬ ‫צענטער פאר חסידי'שע ערליכע‬ ‫אידן‪ ,‬הדוגלים בדרך אבות ובדרך‬ ‫אבותינו ורבותינו‪ ,‬דרך שומרי אמונים‬ ‫ותולדות אהרן זיע"א‪ ,‬ולהבחלחט"א‬ ‫אויפן דרך וואס כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר‬ ‫שליט"א באקט אריין אין זיינע‬

‫תלמידים כסדר‪.‬‬ ‫דער נייעם בית‪-‬המדרש וועט בלי ספק דינען א רינגל פון דעם‬ ‫שיינעם קייט פון בתי מדרשים אין מאנסי‪ ,‬עס איז נישט קיין ספק אז‬ ‫זי ווארפט א הערליכער ליכט אויף דער גאנצער שטאט‪ ,‬און בקרוב‬ ‫וועט זי אריבערגיין קיין ארץ‪-‬ישראל‪ ,‬וואו זי וועט נקבע ווערן אינעם‬ ‫בית‪-‬המקדש השלישי במהרה‪-‬בימינו‪-‬אמן‪.‬‬

‫ווילט איר באשרייבן אייער שוהל אדער מוסד?‬ ‫ביטע פארבינדט אייך מיט די מערכת‪ :‬טעל‪208.917.3829 :‬‬ ‫אימעיל‪sam@hakosev.com :‬‬ ‫כבוד המערכת מאנסי וויו – אפטיילונג פון בתי מדרשים‪.‬‬ ‫עס איז אונז א כבוד און א זכיה‪ ,‬פאר די גאנצע שטאט‪ ,‬אז איר האט געשריבן איבער דער אלטער בית‪-‬המדרש 'בית‪-‬ישראל'‪ ,‬וואס דאס איז אייגנטליך דער‬ ‫סימבאל פון דער אלטער פארצייטישער מאנסי‪ ,‬ווי אזוי א בית‪-‬המדרש פון דעמאלס האט אויסגעקוקט‪ .‬בית‪-‬ישראל דארף פארבלייבן אלס נכסי דלא ניידי פון‬ ‫אונזער שטאט‪ ,‬עס דארף פערזערווט ווערן צו קענען ווייזן פאר די יוגנט דעם דאזיגן שוהל מיט איר גאנצע היסטאריע פון ארום‪.‬‬ ‫אין מיין באזיץ ליגן פיל דאקיומענטן און בילדער וואס האבן א שייכות מיט דעם בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬מען וואלט געקענט שרייבן אויף דער שוהל א גאנצע בוך‪ ,‬און הלוואי‬ ‫זאל אמאל קומען איינער און שרייבן וועגן דעם‪.‬‬ ‫איין זאך וואס איך וואלט געוואלט פארריכטן אין אייער ארטיקל‪ ,‬בנוגע די וויזשניצע קהילה וואס איז געקומען אהער וואוינען פון וויליאמסבורג‪ ,‬און דער בית‪-‬‬ ‫ישראל שוהל‪ .‬אין די ערשטע יארן וואס דער וויזשניצע רבי (דעמאלס נאך א רב) שליט"א איז געקומען וואוינען אין שטאט‪ ,‬האט ער אויך באזוכט אין דעם בית‪-‬‬ ‫המדרש‪ .‬צוויי מאל איז ער געווען אין בית‪-‬ישראל שוהל אויף א שבת‪ ,‬וואס זייענדיג די אפיציעלע שטאטישע שוהל‪ ,‬האט ער דא געפראוועט א שבת‪ ,‬זיך געפינען‬ ‫דארט ביי די דאווענען און די טישן‪ ,‬אפגעבנדיג כבוד פארן בית‪-‬המדרש פון שטאט‪.‬‬ ‫עס דארף אויך ארויסגעברענגט ווערן‪ ,‬אז פון אנהויב האט דער רבי שליט"א נישט גערעכנט אז עס וועלן מיטקומען מיט אים חסידים און מען וועט גרינדן א‬ ‫באזונדערע וויזשניצע קהילה‪ ,‬ער האט געוואלט קומען צו אונזער שטאט מאנסי‪ ,‬אלס אינווידיאלע מענטש‪ ,‬אן איינוואוינער ביי אונז אין שטאט‪ .‬זיין פלאן איז‬ ‫דעמאלס געווען צו נוצן אונזער בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬ווי אויך בית‪-‬מדרש‪-‬עליון‪ ,‬אלס דער ארט וואו ער וועט דאווענען ווען ער וועט וואוינען אין שטאט‪ .‬נאך פאר ער איז‬ ‫געקומען אהער וואוינען‪ ,‬ווען ער איז געקומען זיך אומקוקן אויף אונזער שטאט‪ ,‬האט ער מיטגענומען זיין זוהן שליט"א‪ ,‬וואו מען איז אינאיינעם געגאנגען‬ ‫פון זיין שטוב צו דער בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬אויסצורעכענען וויפיל מינוט עס נעמט צו גיין פון זיין שטוב ביז דער בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬מיט די מטרה צו נוצן אונזער בית‪-‬‬ ‫המדרש‪.‬‬ ‫למעשה האט זיך ארויסגעשטעלט אז עס זענען מיטגעקומען מיט אים נאך מענטשן‪ ,‬ווי אויך איז זיין ישיבה פון וויליאמסבורג שפעטער‬ ‫אהערגעקומען‪ ,‬פון וואס עס איז ארויסגעוואקסן די ריזיגע הערליכע קהילה ביי אונז אין שטאט‪ .‬אבער אפילו נאכדעם וואס דער רבי שליט"א איז‬ ‫אהערגעקומען‪ ,‬האט ער באטראכט בית‪-‬ישראל אלס דער שטאטישער בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬און זיך באצויגן צו איר מיט רעספעקט און כבוד‪ .‬שוין אפגערעדט‬ ‫אין‬ ‫אז דער רבי מיט זיינע מענטשן האבן זיך באנוצט מיט די סערוויסעס פון די קהילה‪ ,‬א שטייגער ווי די מקוה און אנדערע אקטיוויטעטן‪.‬‬ ‫יענע טעג‪ ,‬אויב האט א מענטש פארפאסט זיין מנין שחרית אין זיין שוהל‪ ,‬איז נישט געווען וואו צו גיין‪ ,‬אויסער אין בית‪-‬ישראל‪,‬‬ ‫וואו ער האט דארט געקענט האפן אז ער וועט כאפן נאך א מנין שחרית‪ .‬דאס איז געווען דער צענטראלער ארט פאר גאנץ מאנסי‬ ‫און איר אומגעגנט‪.‬‬ ‫ביטע אריינשטעלן מיינע ווערטער‪ ,‬עס איז גאנץ וויכטיג און פארן כבוד פון די גאנצע שטאט‪.‬‬ ‫משה ק‪.‬‬ ‫‪/ T HE MONS E Y V IE W‬‬

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‫דארט מאכט מען זיכער אריינצולייגן אין די קינדער אהבת התפילה‬ ‫און יראת שמים‪.‬‬ ‫ווער רעדט נאך פון שלש‪-‬סעודות‪ ,‬וואס דאס איז די הויכפונקט‬ ‫פון דעם שבת‪ ,‬בשעת דאס ווארעמקייט און ערנסטקייט הערשט‬ ‫אין די לופט‪ ,‬די זמירות פון שלש‪-‬סעודות צוגייט זיך ביי אלעמען‬ ‫אין די גלידער‪ ,‬עס ווארעמט אן די נשמה און איז מעורר אידישע‬ ‫קינדער צו תשובה‪ ,‬עס איז א בחינה פון שפכו כמים לבך נוכח פני‬ ‫השם‪ ,‬השתפכות הנפש אויפן העכסטן פארנעם‪.‬‬ ‫מזמן לזמן איז דער בית‪-‬המדרש זוכה‪ ,‬אז עס ערשיינט אויפן ארט‬ ‫א חשוב'ער דמות‪ ,‬א רב ומשפיע אדער אן אדמו"ר‪ ,‬וואס וועלט אויס‬ ‫דעם בית‪-‬המדרש צו פראווען דארט די תפילות ועריכת‪-‬השלחנות‪.‬‬ ‫אין אזא שבת‪ ,‬באקומען די מתפללים חיזוק ועידוד‪ ,‬קענענדיג אנגיין‬ ‫ווייטער מיט די עבודת‪-‬הקודש‪.‬‬ ‫אבער עס איז נישט בלויז שבת‪ ,‬אפילו די וואכן טעג זענען בבחינת‬ ‫שבת‪ ,‬זייענדיג אנגעפילט מיט תפילות און לימוד התורה‪ .‬יעדע נאכט‬ ‫איז פאראן א נאכט כולל אין בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬וואו עס זיצן צענדליגע‬ ‫אברכים ועוסקים בתורת השם מיט התמדה ויגיעת‪-‬התורה‪.‬‬ ‫אז איר וועט אריינקומען אין בית‪-‬המדרש אין די נאכט שעות‪,‬‬ ‫וועט איר זיך אנשטויסן מיט א קול התורה וואס הילכט אפ צווישן‬ ‫די פיר ווענט פון בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬און מאכט א תורה'דיגע סביבה ארום‬ ‫און ארום‪ .‬אזוי אז עס לאזט זיך זאגן אויף דער שוהל‪ ,‬תורה ועבודה‬ ‫במקום אחד‪.‬‬ ‫ברם זכור אותו איש לטוב‪ ,‬הרבני הנכבד מו"ה ר'‬ ‫יודל איינהארן הי"ו‪ ,‬דער עמוד התווך ובריח התיכון פון‬ ‫דער בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬וואס זארגט און מאכט זיכער פאר‬ ‫אלע געברויכן פון דעם בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬א דאנק אים איז‬ ‫דער בית‪-‬המדרש א באקוועמער און ליכטיגער ארט‪,‬‬ ‫לטובת המתפללים‪ ,‬אז מען זאל קענען ממשיך זיין‬ ‫מיט די עבודת‪-‬הקודש און קענען דארט דינען דעם‬ ‫אויבערשטן‪ ,‬אומגעשטערטערהייט‪.‬‬

‫ל"ג בעומר‬

‫די יערליכע הדלקה פון תולדות אהרן‪ ,‬איז פון די ערשטע הדלקות‬ ‫וואס זענען אפגעהאלטן געווארן דא אין שטאט‪ .‬זינט דאן האט‬ ‫זיך שוין מאנסי פארגרעסערט און עס זענען שוין היינט פאראן‬ ‫מערערע הדלקות‪ ,‬אבער פארט איז תולדות אהרן פארבליבן דער‬ ‫טראדיציאנאלער ארט‪ ,‬וואו עס קומען זיך צוזאמען מאות אנשים‪,‬‬ ‫וגם להביא את הטף להביא שכר למביאהם‪ ,‬וואו אידן זענען זיך‬ ‫משמח לכבוד היום‪ .‬נאך די הדלקה‪ ,‬ווערט אפגעראכטן א סעודה של‬ ‫מצוה אין בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬בראשית הרבנים והצדיקים שליט"א‪.‬‬

‫ובניתי לכם בית חדש‬

‫ווי באקאנט האט זיך דער בית‪-‬המדרש ערווארבן א שם‪-‬טוב‬ ‫במשך אירע יארן פון עקזיסטענץ‪ ,‬בשעת לומדי התורה והוגיה האבן‬ ‫געפינען א געשמאקן רואיגן וואונקל צווישן אירע פיר ווענט און דער‬ ‫קול התורה הילכט דארט אפ מיט א געשמאק‪ .‬יעדער איינער וואס‬ ‫שפאצירט אריין אין בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬ווערט ארומגענומען מיט איר‬ ‫רואיגקייט און געשמאק מיט וואס דער בית‪-‬המדרש צייכנט זיך אויס‪.‬‬ ‫אויך די תפילות ווערן דארט אפגעראכטן מיט א ווארעמקייט און‬ ‫רגש דקדושה‪ ,‬וועלכע ווערט שטארק געשעצט און ארויפגעקוקט‬ ‫ביי די שכנים‪ ,‬דער אמן יהא‪-‬שמיה רבה איז א שם דבר אין די גאנצע‬ ‫געגנט‪ ,‬ווי אזוי אידן שרייען אויס מיט א ווארעמקייט‪ ,‬ווי צו זאגן‬ ‫"בריותיך אנחנו"‪ .‬עס לאזט זיך זאגן בפה מלא‪ ,‬אז אונזער בית‪-‬‬

‫אין דער בית‪-‬המדרש אין מאנסי ווערט‬ ‫אויך אפגעראכטן א הדלקה‪ ,‬וואו עס‬ ‫קומען זיך צוזאמען יערליך הונדערטע‬ ‫אידן פון איבער די גאנצע שטאט‪,‬‬ ‫מיטצוהאלטן און זיך מיטפרייען‬ ‫בהילולא דבר‪-‬יוחאי‪.‬‬

‫א באזונדערע קאפיטל פעלט זיך אויס אויף ל"ג‬ ‫בעומר אין תולדות אהרן‪ .‬עס איז נישט קיין סוד‪,‬‬ ‫וויבאלד עס איז באקאנט אין די גאנצע וועלט‪ ,‬די‬ ‫פייערדיגע עבודה וואס כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר מתולדות‪-‬‬ ‫אהרן שליט"א‪ ,‬לייגט אריין אין די הדלקה אין מירון‬ ‫ל"ג פארנאכטס‪ ,‬בשעת פון די גאנצע וועלט קומט‬ ‫מען צו פארן דאס מיטצוהאלטן‪.‬‬ ‫אין דער בית‪-‬המדרש אין מאנסי ווערט אויך‬ ‫אפגעראכטן א הדלקה‪ ,‬וואו עס קומען זיך צוזאמען‬ ‫יערליך הונדערטע אידן פון איבער די גאנצע שטאט‪,‬‬ ‫מיטצוהאלטן און זיך מיטפרייען בהילולא דבר‪-‬יוחאי‪.‬‬ ‫אויך דא אין מאנסי ווערט פארקויפט די הדלקה און‬ ‫דער זכות ההדלקה ווערט נתנדב פארן חשוב'ן רב‬ ‫שליט"א‪ ,‬בשעת דער עולם פארגייט אין ריקודין של‬ ‫מצוה לכבודו של יום ולכבוד התנא האלקי רבי שמעון כ"ק אדמו"ר שליט"א בהדלקה באתרא קדישא מירון‬ ‫בר יוחאי‪.‬‬

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‫‪THE MONSEY VIEW /‬‬


‫מעמד הכנסת ספר תורה להיכל פריעדמאן בישיבה קטנה ויחי יוסף פאפא‬ ‫נכתב ע"י הנה"ח ר' אברהם חיים פריעדמאן הי"ו‬


‫מעמד הכנסת ספר תורה להיכל פריעדמאן בישיבה קטנה ויחי יוסף פאפא‬ ‫נכתב ע"י הנה"ח ר' אברהם חיים פריעדמאן הי"ו‬

‫תלמידי ישיבת דרכי נועם באמירת תהלים לאחבנ"י תושבי ארץ ישראל‬


‫מעמד סיום משניות שע"י חברה מתמידים והגית יומם ולילה‬ ‫בהנהלת הרב לייבוש האלפערט שליט"א‬

‫מעמד התחלת גמרא בת"ת עטרת צבי‬


Shimon, 9, and Moishy, 6, Herzog - Ellish Pkwy

Miniature Sukkah by ‫חיים עזיאל טויבער‬


‫מעמד שמחת התורה וסיום מסכת‬ ‫בחבורת "זכרו תורת משה" שע"י קהלת סאטמאר‬


‫סיום מסכת שבת במסגרת "חבורת יסודי התורה" שע"י קהלת סאטמאר‬


‫מעמד סיום הש"ס לע"נ הר"ר משה בן מכלוף ז"ל‬

‫ע"י בנו הר"ר יהודה אריה בוסביב שליט"א מחשובי תושבי עירנו מאנסי‬

‫האדמו"ר מתולדות אהרן בביקור קצר בעיר ניו יארק‬

‫גרויסע ציבור חסידים ואנשי מעשה פארן יאר יערליך וויילן אין ראצפערט אונגארן צום יארצייט פון הרה"ק ר'‬ ‫הירצקא'לע ראצפערטער זי"ע וואס געפאלט ערב יום כיפור און מען פראוועט יום כיפור אין די שטאט ראצפערט‬

‫הרה"ג מראצפערט שליט"א‬ ‫ביי זיין דרשה‬


‫האדמו"ר מנדבורנא בביקור בניו יארק‬


‫דערהייבט אייך‬ ‫צו אייער העכסטע הצלחה‬ ‫‪600‬‬

‫תפים זאגן‬ ‫מ‬ ‫שתת אויף זייער‬ ‫עדו‬ ‫אומגלויבליכע‬ ‫הצלחה!‬

‫מחזור ל' מחזור ל"א‬

‫בארא פארק‬ ‫‪ 15‬אינהאלטסרייכע‬ ‫שיעורים‬ ‫יעדן דאנערשטאג אווענט‬

‫פון ‪ 7:00‬ביז ‪11:00‬‬

‫אנגעפאנגען בעזהשי"ת פון‬

‫דאנערשטאג‬ ‫פר' לך לך‬

‫מאנסי‬

‫‪ 15‬אינהאלטסרייכע‬ ‫שיעורים‬

‫יעדן דינסטאג אווענט‬

‫פון ‪ 7:00‬ביז ‪11:00‬‬

‫אנגעפאנגען בעזהשי"ת פון‬

‫דינסטאג‬ ‫פר' חיי שרה‬

‫רעקאמאנדירט פאר‪:‬‬ ‫‪9‬‬ ‫‪9‬‬ ‫‪9‬‬ ‫‪9‬‬ ‫‪9‬‬

‫רבנים‪ ,‬עסקנים ובעלי השפעה‬ ‫בעלי בתים פון ביזנעסער‬ ‫מענעדשער'ס און מנהלי המוסדות‬ ‫מלמדים ומגידי שיעור‬ ‫ארבייטער און סעיל'ס לייט‬

‫איבערגעגעבן בס"ד ברוב כשרון ותבונה‬ ‫דורך א בעל מחנך נפלא און בארימטע‬ ‫מומחה בתורת הנפש והצלחה‬

‫הרב יודל מעלבער‬

‫שליט"א‬

‫מנהל המכון‪ ,‬מרצה‪ ,‬יועץ ומדריך אישי‬

‫רופט שוין‬

‫פאר מער אינפארמאציע און צו פארזיכערן אייער זיץ‬

‫‪718-807-4433‬‬ ‫‪845-459-5548‬‬ ‫לאזט א הודעה‪ ,‬מיר וועלן אייך אי"ה צוריק רופן‬

‫מיר וועלן אי"ה לערנען‪:‬‬ ‫‪ .1‬אייגענע זיכערקייט און חשיבות‪:‬‬ ‫ •ערלעדיגן•זאכן•וואס•זענען•אומבאקוועם•‬ ‫••••אבער•וויכטיג•פאר•אייער•הצלחה‬ ‫ •מחשיב•זיין•און•אויסנוצן•אייערע•אייגענארטיגע‬ ‫••••כוחות•און•געדאנקען‬ ‫ •אנהייבן•און•אויספירן•נייע•פראיעקטן‬ ‫ •האבן•די•שטארקייט•צו•רעדן•צו•מענטשן‬ ‫••••וואס•זענען•איבער•אייך•(בעה"ב‪•,‬נדבן‪•,‬וכדו')‬ ‫ •האלטן•א•דרשה•פאר•א••גרויסע•ציבור•‬ ‫••••מיט•שטארקייט‪•,‬קלארקייט•און•זיכערקייט‬

‫‪ .2‬מענטשליכע באציאונגען‪:‬‬

‫ •קריטיקירן•אנדערע•און•דאך•נישט•שאפן‬ ‫••••קיין•שלעכטע•געפיל‪•,‬נאר•דאנקבארקייט‬ ‫ •זיך•באנוצן•עפעקטיוו•מיט•די•שפת•הגוף•והקול‬ ‫••••צו•מאכן•די•געוואונטשענע•רושם•און•השפעה•‬

‫‪ .4‬סטרעס מענעדשמענט‪:‬‬ ‫ •פארשטיין•און•קאנטראלירן•נעגאטיווע•סטרעס‬ ‫••••און•פארדינען•פון•פאזעטיווע•סטרעס‬ ‫ •זיך צוגרייטן•פאר•שווערע•מצבים‬ ‫••••צו•פארמיידן•די•אנגעצויגנקייטן‬ ‫ •אנגיין•אין•אומבאקוועמע•מצבים‬

‫ •ווערן•אנערקענט•אלס•א•מער•פריינטליכער•מענטש•‬

‫ •זיך•האלטן•רואיג•און•בלייבן•אין•קאנטראל‬ ‫••••אפילו•אין•גאר•שווערע•מצבים‬

‫ •בויען•שטארקע•קשרים•מיט•אנדערע•מענטשן‪•,‬‬ ‫••••געבויעט•אויף•נאמנות‬

‫ •מאכן•קלארע•און•ריכטיגע•החלטות‬ ‫••••נאכ'ן•דורכגיין•שוועריקייטן‬

‫ •זיך•דורכקומען•אויסגעצייכנט•מיט•אלע•סארט•מענטשן•‬

‫‪ .5‬עפעקטיווע מנהיגות‪:‬‬

‫ •צוברענגען•אז•מענטשן•זאלן•"וועלן"‬ ‫••••קאפערירן•און•מיטארבייטן•מיט•אייך‬

‫ •קענען•טוישן•די•מוט•און•התנהגות•פון•אנדערע‬ ‫••••מענטשן•וואס•זאל•זיך•האלטן•אויף•שטענדיג•‬

‫ •פארבעסערן•די•שלום•בית•און•בויען•גאר•א•‬ ‫••••שטארקע•קשר•מיט•די•אייגענע•קינדער‬

‫ •זיין•אנערקענט•און•רעספעקטירט•ביי•יעדן‬

‫‪ .3‬השפעה און קאמיוניקאציע‪:‬‬

‫ •וויסן ווי•אזוי•צו•גיין•פון•זיין•'גוט'‪•,‬ביז•צו•ווערן‬ ‫••••אן•"אויסגעצייכנטע"•פראפעשינאל‬

‫ •איבערצייגן•אנדערע•אנצונעמען•אייערע‬ ‫••••געדאנקען•און•געפילן‬

‫ •זיין•אין•קאנטראל•פון•די•אייגענע•געפילן•און‬ ‫••••התנהגות‪•,‬נישט•צו•ווערן•נשפע•פון•אנדערע‬

‫ •משפיע זיין•אויף•אנדערע•אז•זיי•זאלן•"טוהן"‬ ‫••••וואס•איר•האלט•באמת•אז•עס•איז•ריכטיג‬

‫ •פירן•פראדאקטיוו•די•אייגענע•צייט‪•.‬צו•קענען•טוהן•‬ ‫••••אלעס•וואס•איר•"ווילט"•נישט•נאר•וואס•איר•"מוזט"‬

‫ •אויפבויען•די•כוחות•פון•אנדערע•דורך•געבן‬ ‫••••ריכטיג•אנערקענונגען•און•לויב‬

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