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Jan
6
comment Avoiding accidentally eating cheese
Q: What is the definition of a calm Jew? A: He's milchig, and he davened mincha
Jan
5
answered Avoiding accidentally eating cheese
Jan
5
answered Wording in Torah when Moshe is commanded to appear before pharoh
Jan
3
asked What to call the 7th Lubavitcher Rebbe
Jan
3
comment Attending non-frum event
Kissing a brother is "frowned upon"? Really?
Dec
31
answered Are there any national brands of tuna that are Bishul Yisroel?
Dec
31
asked how to survive if you are hanging on to some aveiros
Dec
28
comment paying for an apartment
Do you know about Chabad?
Dec
28
comment paying for an apartment
@WAF, is there any practice where you don't have to give anything, esp if you are forcing your parents into poverty? Doesn't kibbud av v'em figure in? And forgetting about all halacha... don't these "newlyweds" have human decency regarding their own parents?
Dec
28
asked paying for an apartment
Dec
24
comment Is there an issue with ladies going to the zoo when they are pregnant?
What did Chabad do 100+ years ago when horses were a daily necessity?
Dec
23
asked Is it possible to be chasidish without wearing the garb and keeping all the minhagim?
Dec
23
comment Baal Teshuva — Interested in both Chabad and Breslov, now what?
This does ring true, because novelty seems to be playing a big part in my interest in Breslov/Chabad . One telling example... I like the shiurim on chasidus, because it's not at all like my previous experience with Gemara learning. However, davening in Breslov or Chabad minyanim seems to me the same as the davening I used to do before, so it holds little interest to me.
Dec
22
comment Baal Teshuva — Interested in both Chabad and Breslov, now what?
@ChabadRabbi, Also have you encountered others in my position and did Chasidus help them get back their enthusiasm?
Dec
21
asked “Chabad” Gemara learning?
Dec
21
comment Baal Teshuva — Interested in both Chabad and Breslov, now what?
@ChabadRabbi, what do you think of the "Chavakuk" group?
Dec
21
comment Things we do not do because of Danger
"currently recognized by today's conventional medicine as dangerous"? Really?! What about eating hardly any vegetables, never exercising, not getting adequate sleep, using a communal towel after netilas yedayim for the entire family and shabbos guests, etc? I certainly don't see people getting "machmir" about those things nearly as much as mixing fish and meat
Dec
21
comment Baal Teshuva — Interested in both Chabad and Breslov, now what?
well you said "first of all don't change your family custom"... my point is that this does not really apply to me
Dec
20
comment Baal Teshuva — Interested in both Chabad and Breslov, now what?
Well my family custom is to marry non-Jews... :)
Dec
20
comment Baal Teshuva — Interested in both Chabad and Breslov, now what?
@Shalom, how did you hear about that shul?