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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

YWN KIA Gives Back To Chabad

The first time a rabbi stopped into the newly opened Freehold Kia, offering freshly baked challah and a chance to put on tefillin, no one was more surprised than dealership owner Jay Brichke. “I’ve been a Jew for 56 years, and no one has ever taken the time or effort to reach out to me like this,” said Brichke, a Livingston resident. “For the first time in my life I put on tefillin, and I found myself really embracing it.” Less than 10 months after it opened, Freehold Kia is now the largest Kia dealer in the Eastern region, with a second location opening soon in Toms River, Brichke said. But no matter how busy he is, Brichke always looks forward to Fridays, when Rabbi Levi Wolosow of Chabad of Western Monmouth County pops in to “laugh and learn” together. The relationship has made such an impact on Brichke that he recently launched “Kia Cash for Chabad”. The dealership will donate $100 to Chabad every time a new customer mentions Chabad or Friendship Circle, which helps families of special needs children. “Rabbi Levi and a busload of rabbinical students go up and down Route 9 on Fridays visiting Jewish business owners. They go out of their way to do something for others to make them better people,” said Brichke, a member of Temple B’nai Abraham in Livingston. “It’s important to me to give thanks and give back.” Brichke is one of about 50 local business people who attend Chabad’s monthly Jewish Business Network, where they learn about topics of interest to business owners, while helping each other promote their businesses. “We believe that Judaism is everywhere – in your personal life and your business life,” said Wolosow, director of Chabad’s Rosenberg Center for Jewish Education. In their private study sessions in Brichke’s dealership office, topics run the gamut from Jewish mourning rituals, the tattooing prohibition, Jewish business ethics, and CEO compensation. “My goal is to make Jewish education accessible to anyone. If you don’t have the time to go learn, we come to your office,” Wolosow said. “You can pick any topic of interest on the Jewish spectrum. Information is empowering and doesn’t have to be boring.” Sometimes when work becomes overly stressful, Brichke picks up the phone for a quick reality check with the rabbi. “He always tells me that Hashem runs the show. Hashem puts challenges in front of us to make us better people,” he said. “This has definitely made an impression on me, and it’s the most important lesson I can teach my children.” For more information about “Kia Cash for Chabad”, please visit the Kia showroom at 4044 Route 9 in Freehold or call (732) 462-4422.

SAY PARSHAS HAMAN TODAY

When our ancestors were in the Wilderness, a month after the Exodus from Egypt, they faced a tomorrow with no food. Justifiably, they asked Moshe if he had taken them into the desert to starve to death. Hashem responded that in the morning they would see that He had not forsaken them. In the morning – and every morning for the next 40 years – there was manna waiting for them. By evening there was nothing left, and the next morning, it was there again. Can you imagine how we would feel if we went to sleep every night with empty refrigerators? There in the Wilderness, Hashem showed our ancestors that ultimately, parnassah is in His hands. We pray for it every day – to provide for our families, to assist worthy causes, to build sturdy foundations for the future. This year, more than any in living memory, we pray for parnassah. The recession has hit everywhere. Relatives and neighbors, institutions and hopes for the future have been battered. So we pray for parnassah perhaps more fervently than in the past – but some days are more propitious than others. The Torah reading of this coming Shabbos -- Parashas Beshalach -- includes the chapter telling how the Jewish People in the Wilderness received manna. Many people recite the chapter daily, as a special prayer for parnassah. There is also a widespread custom to recite this chapter on the Tuesday of the week of Beshalach, which this year is January 31st. As a public service, we offer the text and interlinear translation of the chapter, from the Schottenstein Edition Interlinear Siddur. Please feel free to download it.

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven - Surgery Today

Please daven for Shifra bas Riva, the mother of Pinchas Zusis. She is having gall bladder surgery today.

Monday, January 30, 2012

OU TARYAG Shemoneh Esrei #1: Avos (Fathers)

Shemoneh Esrei #1 - Avos (Fathers) by Rabbi Jack Abramowitz As we will see in Mitzvah #433, there is an obligation for us to try to get closer to God through prayer. To help us fulfill this, our Sages established a prayer to be recited thrice-daily, corresponding to the prayers of our Forefathers. This prayer is called the Amidah (because it is recited standing); the weekday version is also called Shemoneh Esrei, the Eighteen Benedictions (although a nineteenth has since been added). Once a week for nineteen weeks, we will review the contents of the 19 blessings of “Shemoneh Esrei.” The Shemoneh Esrei was first composed by the Anshei Knesses HaGedolah (Men of the Great Assembly), whose ranks included such august personalities as Ezra, Chagai, Zechariah, and Malachi. Some 400 years later, the order of the blessings – which had been recited orally since their initial composition – was standardized by Shimon HaPakuli in the presence of Rabban Gamliel; this represents the Shemoneh Esrei as we recite it today. (See Talmud Megilla 17b-18a.) The first three blessings serve as a sort of introduction, as we approach the King. These blessings address the nature of God and of our relationship with Him. The first bracha, Avos, recalls the Forefathers (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob), each of whom recognized God and forged his own unique relationship with Him.

JI SHLOCK ROCK presents 2 NEW Releases: KOSHER CAKE & STILL NOT QUITE ON BROADWAY

In honor of the 25th Anniversary of Shlock Rock, Lenny Solomon the King of Shlock JUST released not one, but TWO NEW Shlock Rock Parody albums!. Today, January 30th Shlock Rock Kosher Cake and Shlock Rock Still Not Quite on Broadway will be on the market. The albums include twenty five NEW song parodies in honor of the 25 years of Shlock Rock! The collector’s edition sequel to Shlock Rock’s “Almost on Broadway” CD features 13 Broaday and movie parodies including Wicked, Beauty and the Beast and more. The Kosher Cake album features 12 rock songs from artists such as Lady Gaga, Black Eyed Peas, Taylor Swift and classic rock hits as well. The are both available from JewishJukebox.com through Sameach Music. For more on Shlock Rock check out their website ShlockRock.com.

BAIS HAVAAD ON THE PARSHA 5772 ~ PARSHAS BO ~Do-It-Yourself Justice

In this week's parsha we read about the last three makkos that Hashem sent upon the Egyptians. The Torah tells us that during the ninth makka, which was the plague of darkness, the Egyptians couldn't see at all for eight days straight. The Midrash Rabba says that during the days of darkness the Jews went searching through the homes and belongings of the Egyptians in order to know what kind of valuables they had, so they would know what to ask for when leaving Egypt. One can ask: How was it permitted for the Jews to enter the property of the Egyptians without permission? Isn't this a violation of stealing? The Ohr Hachaim Hakadosh (3:18) explains as follows. In truth, the Egyptians owed them all of these valuables as pay for all the free labor that the Jews did for them (see Maseches Sanhedrin 91a). When one is owed money he has the right to take the law into his own hands and forcefully collect the money when no other option is available. This is known as the principle of "avid inish dina lnafshei", that one can take the law into his own hands. So, in truth, the Jews could have entered into the Egyptians' houses and confiscated their possessions during the days of darkness. However, Hashem wanted that they should only search the houses without taking. As such. the issue of stealing wasn't applicable in this situation.(PRINT AND AUDIO VERSION) Choshen Mishpat Chiddush:Exiting Your Blocked Driveway If someone has illegally parked in a manner that partially blocks your driveway, making it difficult to drive your own car out of the driveway, you may drive out in a normal fashion, taking reasonable care, and in the event that some damage, such as a scratch or dent, is caused to the obstructive car, you would not need to pay for this damage.

CHASSIDIC PEARLS BY RABBI LAZER BRODY PARSHAS BO

"Sanctify to Me each firstborn . . ." (Shemot 13:2). To this day, even after the destruction of our Holy Temple, we are required to sanctify not only our firstborn sons, but our firstborn cattle as well. The connection between the firstborn and his sanctification carries an underlying message that stresses the importance of a good beginning. Rebbe Nachman of Breslev writes, "The beginning is the main thing, for all beginnings are difficult… a person's functioning goes according to the power and enthusiasm that he invested at the beginning… therefore, a person must always make a new beginning, for the old beginning might not have been as good as it should have been, and everything goes according to the beginning" (Likutei Moharan I, 62:5). Some people, rationalizing and/or apologizing for a lack in their service to Hashem, walk around with a long face, depressed and discouraged. They say: "What do you want from me? Was I born the son or daughter of a Rebbe or a Rosh Yeshiva? I never had the chance to learn Torah or Halacha properly, and you can't teach an old dog new tricks." Any student of Breslov thought must vehemently disagree. Rebbe Nachman gives a bright ray of hope and encouragement to anyone that didn't enjoy an ideal beginning in life or in any particular endeavor when he says, "A person must always make a new beginning!" The outcome of this simple but monumental teaching is that there is no reason for despair – ever! At any given time, a person can draw the line and say that the past is no longer a concern – "From this moment on, I declare a new beginning!" Rebbe Nachman practiced exactly what he preached. Reb Natan writes (Shivchei HaRan, 6), that Rebbe Nachman was accustomed to constantly begin anew. "Whenever he fell from his particular level, he did not give up. He would simply say, 'I will begin to devote myself to Hashem and this is the very first time.' This happened time and again and each time he would start all over again. He would often begin anew many times in a single day. For even in the course of a day there were many times when he would fall away from his high level of devotion. But each time he would start again, no matter how many times it happened, even within a single day." The mitzvah of teshuva, returning to Hashem, is Hashem's written guarantee that a new beginning is not only effective, but it's even better than the old beginning. This law of spirituality also applies to the physical world; a welded piece of metal is stronger than the original piece of metal, a new growth of a tree is more vital than the old growth, and so forth.

RAV KOOK PARSHAS BO

Translated and abridged by Rabbi Chanan Morrison Parshat Bo "Moses told the people: Remember this day that you have left Egypt, the place of slavery." (Ex. 13:3) The word zachor ('Remember') is not in the imperative tense (z'chor!), but in the infinitive absolute form. This grammatical form indicates that the Torah is not merely commanding us to remember and commemorate the anniversary of the Exodus from Egypt. Rather, zachor implies a state of being. It describes us as a people who always remember this historic date. Why? Ben-Gurion and the Mayflower In 1936, the Peel Commission questioned David Ben-Gurion, then head of the Jewish Agency, concerning Jewish rights to the Land of Israel. Ben-Gurion gave the following reply: 'Three hundred years ago, a ship called the Mayflower set sail to the New World. In it were Englishmen unhappy with English society and government, who sought an uninhabited coast to settle and establish a new world. They landed in America, and were among the first pioneers and builders of that land.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

CCHF Request for tehillim

Please say tehillim for Yosef ben Dina. He is seriously ill. Please say tehillim for Tinok ben Batsheva born at 24 weeks, 1 pound in the NICU Please say tehillim for Ayelet Yakira bas Chaya Hinda Matel Nechama – a baby in a very serious critical condition Please continue to say tehillim for Tinok ben Chana Baila who still is in the ICU Please continue to say tehillim for Rav Wolfson - Rav Moshe ben Freida Rivka who needs therapy after his hip fracture Please continue to say tehillim for Dorit Chaya bat Geula who is showing slow progress recovering from bring hit by a car Please continue tio say tehillim for Menucha Reva bas Chaya who is recovering from a stroke though she has come home.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Fwd: [aneinu] Shatnez found in mens coat in Chicago



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Subject: Shatnez found in mens coat in Chicago

A men's wool winter coat was brought in to be checked. The coat had no brand name or label. Linen was found in the collar and the front canvas rendering the coat Shatnez.  In addintion the padding under the lining was made out of reprocessed material- which makes it impossible to check 100% accurately. 
 
see attached pictures
found by Rabbi Dovid Zirkin
 
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Rabbi Dovid Zirkin 6707 NO. Whipple St.  Chicago IL 60645   773-715-7780 JDBY $ accepted
               
AFTA Shatnez Testing under the Leadership of Rabbi Avrohom Isenberg & the International
Headquarters of Professional Shane Testers Lakewood New Jersey (Shane Questions call 877- 4 shanties)
 
Jackie's (Ralph) Tailor 2727 WE Touhy aver Tuesday - Friday am - Pam JDBY $ accepted closed Sunday & Monday
Star Cleaners 3704 Dumpster sty Skokie Monday - Friday am -6:30pm closed Sunday
 
To add or remove your email address please email Zirkin@yeshivanet.com
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לא תלבש שעטנז צמר ופשתים יחדו דברים כב י''א
 

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Kleinman Ed Midrash Rabbah: Vayikra Vol 1 Parshiyos Vayikra - Metzora COMING SOON

The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah features: The Hebrew text, newly typeset, on pages facing the English translation and commentary Many classic Hebrew commentaries, including Rashi, Matnos Kehunah, Eitz Yosef, and Maharzu, plus the out-of-print classic Eshed HaNechalim -- All newly typeset on the Hebrew page ArtScroll/Mesorah's acclaimed phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation of the Midrash text, created by an international team of Torah scholars for optimum understanding of the Midrash Explanatory footnotes to help clarify difficult passages and concepts A special "Insights" section that amplifies or complements our elucidated text and notes and at times brings a contemporary focus to the timeless words of the Midrash "Insights": Midrashic teachings enriching our contemporary understanding The Midrash has been the source of Jewish ethical and spiritual teachings for millennia, and has been mined for its treasures particularly by the masters of Mussar and Chassidic thought. In the unique "Insights" feature, we see the Midrash through the eyes of classic early authorities as well as more contemporary giants of Torah thought such as Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, the Sefas Emes, and Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler, and many others.

Chofetz Chaim: The Family Lesson A Day - Pocket Size COMING SOON

The "shemiras halashon revolution" that swept the Torah world showed us how important - and, yes, how possible - it is for us to speak in accordance with the laws of proper speech. But how can we present those laws, with their many details and rules, in a way that is enjoyable reading for all ages? How can we inspire ourselves, our families, and, most important, our children, to truly follow the laws of proper speech? The Family Lesson a Day shows us how. Like the stunningly successful A Lesson A Day, which helped bring the importance of shemiras halashon to the general public, The Family Lesson a Day adapts the teachings of the Sefer Chofetz Chaim, based on the daily learning schedule created by the legendary Manchester Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Yehuda Zev Segal zt'l. Specifically crafted for family use, each daily lesson includes true stories and delightful parables that bring the laws of proper speech to life. Each day's lesson also contains an inspiring one sentence excerpt from the Chofetz Chaim's Sefer Shemiras HaLashon that conveys the beauty and importance of proper speech. The Family Lesson a Day is down-to-earth, informative, and inspiring. It will be appreciated by young and old, parent and child. It can be read and discussed at home, at the dinner table, or in the classroom.

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven - Surgery Thursday

Please daven for Leah bas Rivka who will be having surgery tomorrow morning, Thurs., 1/26.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

MISHNA BERURA YOMI MISHNA BERURA DIRSHU CHELEK 3 JANUARY 12

S"A SIMAN 243 SIF 1 MISHNA BERURA HAKDAMA Whatever is said here regarding the permissibility of renting involves a case where such rental is made part of an overall rental that includes the weekdays as well. Where, however, it is for Shabbos alone, it is forbidden even for a field — and even where /the arrangement/ is generally known. MISHNA BERURA DIRSHU CHELEK 3 Q:IF A NON JEW OWNS HALF OF YOUR CANDY STORE IS THEIR A PROBLEM OF SICHAR SHABBOS? A:SHAVET HALEVEI SAYS YES YOU CANT BENEFIT FROM THE MONEY BUT RAV SHLOMO ZALMAN AURBACH SAYS ITS NOT A PROBLEM OF SICHAR SHABBOS.(FOR MORE SEE NOTE 4)

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven

Please daven that the biopsy done today on Rivka Shaindal bas Malka Raitza not be cancerous.

LIVE MUSIC ALERT!!! Nachum Segal Hosts Yaron Gershovsky and Sarah Dukes Live at JM in the AM (Pictures Inside)

Nachum welcomed renowned composer, arranger, conductor, and pianist Yaron Gershovsky along with Sarah Dukes, composer of the new CD Finding Forever, to this morning's JM in the AM, to discuss and perform selections from the CD. Nachum and the Maestros discussed the art of composition and how Yaron approaches the plethora of projects that he encounters on a regular basis. Click the link to listen

MISHNA BERURA YOMI MISHNA BERURA DIRSHU CHELEK 3 JANUARY 11

S"A SIMAN 242 SIF 1 MISHNA BERURA SIF KATAN 1 Honor it by /wearing/ a clean garment, MISHNA BERURA DIRSHU CHELEK 3 Q:A GARMENT THAT IS TO HOT TO WEAR AND THEIR NO ONEG IN WEARING IT IS THEIR KAVOD SHABBOS? A:THE CHAZONISH SAYS NO BUT RAV NISSSAN KARELITZ SAYS YES.(FOR MORE SEE NOTE 2)

Monday, January 23, 2012

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven

Please daven for Rivka Shaindal bas Malka Raitza who will be having a serious procedure done.

Schottenstein Talmud Yerushalmi - English Edition - Tractate Megillah COMING SOON

RIGHT AROUND PURIM TIME

YWN[chicago-aneinu] Lakewood: Yeshiva Bochur In Serious Condition After Being Struck By Vehicle

A Yeshiva Bachur is in serious condition after being struck by a vehicle, Sunday night. The accident occurred about 9:20 PM at the intersection of Madison Avenue and 7th Street, TLS reports. The Bachur, approximately 15 years old, was reportedly crossing Madison Avenue when he was hit and thrown about 30 feet from the intersection. Lakewood Hatzolah Paramedics were expedited to the scene, and transported him to the Jersey Shore Medical Center with serious injuries. The Lakewood Police Department are on the scene conducting an investigation. Please take a moment to be Mispallel for Avrohom Ben Chana. (Source: TLS)

BAIS HAVAAD ON THE PARSHA 5772 Parshas Va'Eira : Magic- Engaging the Supernatural

Magic Shows: Are They Permitted? By: Rabbi Daniel Neustadt PLUS AUDIO BY RAV SHRAGA KALLUS Choshen Mishpat Chiddush:Hypnosis Whilst the Halachah forbids practicing all types of sorcery and superstitious practice, there is a Halachic basis for permitting the use of hypnosis for medical purposes. However, when not used for medical reasons, hypnosis should be avoided

RAV KOOK PARSHAS VAEIRA

Parshat Va'era The blessings recited over most foods refer to God as the Borei, the Creator. Thus we say: "the Creator of fruits of the ground," "the Creator of fruits of the tree," "the Creator of fruits of the vine," and so on. Yet the blessing for bread — Hamotzi — does not fit this pattern. Before eating bread, we say "Who brings forth bread from the earth." Why do we not acknowledge God as the Creator of bread, as we do with other blessings? Actually, the wording of this blessing appears to quote God's announcement to Moses: "You will know that I am the Lord your God, Who brings you forth (Hamotzi) from under the Egyptian subjugation." (Ex. 6:7) Is there some connection between bread and the Exodus from Egypt?

CHASSIDIC PEARLS ON THE PARSHA BY RABBI LAZER BRODY PARSHAS VAEIRA

And the frogs ascended upon the land of Egypt" (Shmot 8:1). Each of the ten plagues, like everything else Hashem does, conveys its own unique message and an intrinsic lesson in life; the frogs are no different. People usually don't attach significance to a frog. They usually consider it a small ugly creature, an object of disdain or repulsion. At best, folks are willing to tolerate the frogs as long as they limit their croaking to the faraway woods and wetlands. Jewish tradition looks at frogs in a totally different light. Rebbe Nachman of Breslov wrote an entire discourse elaborating on the inner meaning of the frog (see Likutei Moharan I:3). He says they allude to scholars of Torah, the princes of humanity with enlightened spiritual cognizance.

RABBI LAZER BRODY BONUS HASHEM'S COP

The 350 Mehadrin bus[1] from Bnei Brak to Ashdod is normally jammed, but at 3 PM more than half the seats were still vacant. Four young women in slacks, obviously not from the Haredi[2] or religious neighborhoods along the route, boarded the bus at the stop adjacent to the Coca Cola factory in Bnei Brak. Rather than moving to the rear of the bus, they sat down demonstratively in the front two rows seats on the right side of the bus. Some of the male passengers were baffled; two others decided to get off the bus. A Breslever Chassid, sitting across the young ladies on the left side of the bus, simply closed his eyes and smiled. This was not a reaction that the headline-seeking heroines were looking for, having so boldly entered the mobile Haredi lion’s den.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

[chicago-aneinu] Urgent REQUEST FOR TEHILLIM FOR YOUNG MAN IN ATLANTA

BS"D Yehoshua Chaim ben Shachna (Josh Lewis, 23 year old son of Andrew and Sydney Lewis) He is to have open heart surgery tomorrow morning (Monday Jan 23) at Emory University Hospital. Please say Tehillim in his merit. Thank you for your kindness and Tefillos.

CCHF Request for tehillim

Please say tehillim for Yaakov Akiva ben Malka Leah. Please say tehillim for Sarah Rivka bas Sarah Please say tehillim for Tziporah bas Pesel Please say tehillim for Shaindel Bracha bas Chaya

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Torah Tapestries, Package of Bereishis and Shemos by Shira Smiles

IF YOU DONT HAVE VOLUME 1 THIS IS A GOOD IDEA Buy One and Get the Other at Half Price!. Shira Smiles' popular, penetrating parshah lessons are world famous and now are available in book form, within reach of every growth-seeking reader. Skillfully written and yet highly readable, Torah Tapestries seamlessly extracts valuable and pertinent life lessons from the parshah, using solid Torah sources to explore compelling concepts that carry a profound relevance to our lives. Fascinating and uplifting, , Torah Tapestries encompasses many basic elements of Jewish faith and practice, among them becoming a giver, overcoming life challenges, actualizing one's marriage and living life to the fullest. Masterfully expressed eternal messages, these books are an invaluable resource that will change the way readers view Hashem and His Torah.

CCHF[chicago-aneinu] Request for tehillim

Please continue to say tehillim for Sima Avivah bat Sora Leah (Lacey Horwitch) with bone marrow failure. She is still engrafting, and suffers from so many issues. Her life is still in jeopardy Please continue to say tehillim for Tinok ben Yocheved. He is a NICU recovering from heart surgery. He is still in the hospital post-operation. He is doing well, but not well enough to come home. Please continue to say tehillim for Tinok ben Chana Baila. He matzav is not good and they have noticed that there is brain damage Please continue to say tehillim for Benzion ben Rachel. He had a 9 hour operation. They could not remove the entire tumor. So they are now deciding whether to follow up with radiation or chemotherapy

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

YWN [chicago-aneinu]TEHILLIM – Maran Hagon Rav Chaim Kanievsky Taken To Hospital

Maran Hagon Rav Chaim Kanievsky Shlita was hospitalized at Bnei Brak’s Maynei HaYeshua Hospital, Wednesday afternoon. Sources tell YWN that the Gadol Hador had a high fever, and pain in his leg. It is suspected that he may have cellulitis, or other infection. He was taken by an Ezra L’Marpe ambulance to the hospital, and is currently undergoing tests. Please be Mispallel for Shmaryahu Yosef Chaim ben Pesha Miriam.

Torah Tapestries, Shemos Words of Wisdom Woven from the Weekly Parshah by Shira Smiles IS AT KESHER STAM

Taking you from the depths of Egyptian slavery to the completion of the Tabernacle in the desert, the book of Shemos encompasses many basic elements of the Jewish faith and practice. In this volume, the second in Shira Smiles' series on the weekly Torah portion, you will delve into core issues, including: the secret of the redemption from Egypt and of our future redemption, appreciating other people and acquisitions, envy and jealousy - their source and correction, are we giving or taking? five aspects of being a true giver, balancing speech and silence, sin and repentance: the purpose of the Sin of the Golden Calf, the Sabbath: physicality vs. spirituality. The Torah is timeless. It relates to every individual in every generation. The meaningful messages offered here will speak to every individual who strives to grow spiritually.

Schottenstein Talmud Yerushalmi - English Edition - Tractate Pesachim volume 2 IS HERE

EVEN THOUGH ITS NOT ON ARTSCROLL WEBSITE KESHER STAM HAS IT SIYUM COMING SOON

JI How the HASC Concert A T.I.M.E. For Music Began

With the annual HASC Concert celebrating a quarter of a century (25 years) of truly amazing performances, I thought it was important for people to know how the first HASC concert was conceived. The show was the brainchild of producer extraordinaire Sheya Mendlowitz after spending a shabbos in the camp. Below you will find a article that was featured in the Jewish Press in the Friday July 31st, 1987 issue.

Fwd: Deadline Today, Wed. Jan. 18!!! ARE ANY OF THESE DATES MEANINGFUL TO YOU? For only $360, Create an Everlasting Z'chus for a Loved One!



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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven - Tefillos Needed

Please daven for a refuah shlema for Rabbi Pomerantz, Rafael Shlomo Baruch ben Shaindel Brocha, as the situation is very serious. Any tefilos, mitzvos and chesed done in his zchus, as well as concentrating when saying the Bracha of " Asher Yatzar" , as an EXTRA zchus is much appreciated. May we hear b'soros of refua and yeshuos...

FW: Tefillos Needed- Batya Emunah bat Bracha Chaya

Dear Family and Friends, I know we have been bad at updating lately, a lot has gone on since our last email and Batya is going in for her eighth surgery tomorrow. Here is a quick update... Tomorrow is the day! After her long stay in the pediatric ICU, Batya is going in for surgery tomorrow! (We don't know a time just yet). This surgery is crucial for us! As some of you know two shabbosim ago Batya had a bowel obstruction and had surgery to correct it, as a result she got a shunt infection the following Thursday and required removal of the shunt that Friday night. 10 days later, and 10 days clear of infection both neurosurgery and general surgery are ready to internalize the shunt. Because of the recent abdominal surgery the doctors want to be sure her belly is healed and ready for the shunt to be placed in her perinatal cavity. Gd willing we will have the best neurosurgeon and general surgeon taking care of Batya and with Hashems help the the power of tefillah we are hoping everything goes smoothly. As most of you know, we haven't had the best of luck with the shunt in the past (this being her seventh shunt surgery) we are hoping and praying that this surgery be a complete success and Batya should never have to see the OR again (unless she decides to become a surgeon of course) Please please daven, do a mitzvah and keep her in your thoughts throughout the day tomorrow. May Batya Emunah bat Bracha Chaya have a complete refuah sheleima! Aryeh, Brooke and Tzvi Czarka

Sunday, January 15, 2012

RABBI ELEFANT INSIGHTS 1st DAF ARCHIN DAF 2

1.The Poskim say that a boy whos bar mitzva during sefira to make a neder hes going to count with a bracha we see from our gemara he can continue to count with a bracha but its not the same ciuv. 2.The Poskim say that when a person kills a trafa on shabbos hes not a murderer but its still a melacha. 3.The poskim say a child should always do a mitzva bshlamus that means no pasul arba minim he should wave them a hallel and Rav Moshe in Igros Moshe says a child should go to a regular minyan not a kids one b/c thats not doing a mitzva bishlamus.

RABBI ELEFANT INSIGHTS LAST DAF BECHOROS(61)

Someone comes to me for tzedaka I tell my friend get my wallet from the table and give him.He gives him a large amount of money but I say I wouldnt have given that much.The shlichus is not batul b/c I have the right to assume you are a generous person.

A short Insight into SHMUEL 1, Chapter 6 By Rabbi Nisson Dov Miller

After the Ark had been in the hands of the Philistines wreaking havoc for seven months, they turned to their priests and sorcerers for advice as how to properly send the Ark away to its place. The priests and sorcerers answered, “If [you] are sending [back] the Ark of the G-d of Israel, you must not send it empty handed, but you must certainly send back a guilt offering to Him. Then you will be healed and you will realize why His hand would not turn away from against you.” From the response of the priests and sorcerers it sounds like the only time they would know that their afflictions had come from Hashem was if they were healed upon the returning of the Ark. If they would not be healed, it seems that they would have concluded that the suffering was happenstance or from some other cause. As Jews, the Torah teaches that there is nothing that is happenstance. Every bit of pleasure or pain that we experience is part of an ongoing communication that Hashem has with us.

A short Insight into SHMUEL 1, Chapter 5 By Rabbi Nisson Dov Miller

According to the Radak, the idol of Dagon contained two distinct parts. The top part was the image of a person. The bottom part was in the image of a fish. The source of its power, in the minds of those who worshiped it, was from the upper portion, from the head and the hands. For that reason , the Alshich tells us that verse four is relating something very specific. The verse says, “They woke up early the next morning and behold Dagon had fallen forward to the ground in front of the Ark of Hashem and the head of Dagon and the two palms of its hands were detached [lying] at the threshold. Only Dagon remained.” What does it mean that “only Dagon remained?

A short Insight into SHMUEL 1, Chapter 4 By Rabbi Nisson Dov Miller

At the beginning of our perek, we read about B'nei Yisrael losing the opening battle in their war against the Philistines. Because of this loss, they decide to take the Ark from its resting place in Miskan Shiloh with them into battle. As they are ready to do battle again, the verse (5) relates, “When the Ark of the Covenant of Hashem arrived at the camp, all Israel sounded a great shofar blast.” Why is there such emphasis put on those blowing these blasts, “all of Israel”, and the ba'al tokai'a, the one who blows the blasts of the shofar on Rosh Hashana?

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven - Emergency C Section

Please daven for Esther Shaindel bas Chana who just went in for an emergency c-section.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

MAZEL TOV DAF YOMI FINISHED BECHOROS TODAY STARTING ERCHIN TOMMOROW

IF YOUR LOOKING FOR A SHIUR WERE EVERY DAF HAS SOME HALACHA LIMISA IN IT LOOK NO FURTHER THEN RABBI ELEFANT SHIUR Kollel Iyun Hadaf ON ERCHIN OUTLINES AND MORE Welcome to Daf Notes where you can learn and review the Daily Daf Yomi in under 20 minutes a day! DAF YOMI DIGEST HERE FEATURING THE VERY NICE HALACHA HIGHLIGHT

BAIS HAVAAD ON THE PARSHA 5772 Mesirah; Informing on Violators

PRINT AUDIO AND VIDEO HERE Choshen Mishpat Chiddush: Informing on a Parking Violation If a neighbor consistently parks his car on the sidewalk, blocking the passage of pedestrians and forcing them to step onto the road to get past the car, and after being warned by Beis Din he continues to do so, one may report him to the authorities to ensure that he refrains from this, even if as a result he may have to pay a fine or have his driving license suspended.

CHASSIDIC PEARLS BY RABBI LAZER BRODY PARSHAS SHEMOS

"I Shall Be As I Shall Be" (Shemot 3:14). Our sages teach us that Hashem is truth and His Holy Name is truth. The Torah alludes to the eternal truth of Hashem's Name when Hashem reveals Himself to Moshe (Moses) for the first time on Mount Sinai. Moshe asks Hashem His name, and Hashem answers, "I Shall Be As I Shall Be". "I Shall Be" in Hebrew is אהיה – aleph, hey, yud, hey. In numerical equivalents, aleph = 1, hey = 5, yud = 10, hey = 5. 1 + 5 +10 +5 = 21. If we use the word "As" as a multiplication sign, then Hashem's Holy Name as revealed to Moses becomes a mathematical equation of 21 x 21 = 441. The Hebrew letter aleph = 1, mem = 40, and taph = 400; aleph, mem, and taph are the letters of the Hebrew word emet, truth! Truth is Hashem's fountain pen. Therefore, whenever and wherever we find anything less than 100% true, we know that it's not Hashem's signature, for Hashem's fountain pen writes nothing but truth. An age-old expression of Breslever Chassidim, attributed to Rebbe Nachman's great grandfather the Baal Shem Tov of saintly and blessed memory, says that 99% truth is 100% lie.

Friday, January 13, 2012

[chicago-aneinu] Name Added to Baby w/ Whooping Cough

Please continue to daven for the 7 month old who is in critical condition with whooping cough. A name has been added and he is now Refael Yisroel Meir ben Sarah Gittel.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

A short Insight into SHMUEL 1, Chapter 3 By Rabbi Nisson Dov Miller

Rav Hai Gaon (Teshuvos Hagaonim) responded to a question that was asked of him about the distinction between true prophecy and sorcery. He responded, “That which you asked regarding the difference between actual prophecy and sorcery [is clear]...” Sorcery is only found in things that: A) happen as part of the natural world order or B) people can make them. However, a sign of a prophecy through which a prophet can prove himself as an agent of Hashem must have two ingredients. If one of them is missing he will not be called a proven prophet. The first ingredient that is required in a sign from someone who claims prophecy is that the feat that he claims will legitimize him as a prophet is a feat that goes against the world order. The sign can not be simply that it will rain at 2 pm on January 31, 2010 in Yeruhalayim. Similarly, the claim can not be that there will be a record crop of oranges this harvest. If it is something that is part of the “minhag ha'olam” - the way the world works, even if it is a rare occurrence, there is no proof that the person is an authentic navi.

A short Insight into SHMUEL 1, Chapter 2 By Rabbi Nisson Dov Miller

As the Navi refocuses on Shmuel, we are told about a special garment that Chana made for her son. Verse nineteen reads, “His mother would make him a small robe (of distinction) and bring it to him from time to time.” Rashi and the Radak (second explanation) understand the word “ta'aseh” - “she would make” – as relating to Chana making a new robe every year appropriate to Shmuel's size as he grew. The Radak (first explanation) tells us that a m'il was a type of robe used only by those who were of stature. A m'il was not normally worn by a minor like Shmuel. Therefore, she would bring it to wear only on special occasions.

JMR THE CHEVRA ARE BACK

Yes, that’s right, the Chevra. In an exclusive JMR scoop, Eli Gerstner took a few minutes out of his busier than busy schedule to share a sneak peek about the new (and not so new) members of this always hot group. Consisting of Chaim Frand, Ely Shalom, Azriel Zylberberg and Nati Chaboura, the new Chevra consists of one Chevra alumnus (Frand), two YBC alums (Shalom and Zylberberg) and a very dedicated Torontonian who switched to a Far Rockaway yeshiva (Shor Yoshuv) in order to be part of this very exciting opportunity (Chaboura). With the exception of Frand, all are in their teens. “I have always tried to keep the Chevra young, fresh and innovative,” said Eli. “Our original guys were a little older and two years down the road they all got married. We are going a little younger this time in the hopes that this new Chevra will be here for the long haul.” Not much information has been released about the new Chevra for the simple reason that they went straight from finalizing the group to rehearsals and recording every day. Not only are there three more Chevra shows lined up in the immediate future, but they are hard at work on their next album which they are hoping to release Purim time, but Eli cautions that as with any album, it will be released only when it is ready. Also in the cards for EG Productions? With so much talent in house (think former Chevra and Menucha members) there is talk of another, more mature group on the horizon as well. Stay tuned for more info!

JMR HASC VIDEOS YOUTUBE UPDATE

Yoel Sharabi Singing "Mi Shemamin" At HASC 25! Ohad singing "Barcelona" At HASC 25, Doing His typical Thingy!!

[chicago-aneinu] Correction! Please Daven - Surgery Thursday

Please daven for a young Chicago boy who is having surgery today Thursday, Ezra Moshe ben Basha Rochel.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

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Please daven for a young Chicago boy who is having surgery tomorrow, Thursday, Ezra Moshe bas Basha Rochel.
Psalm Chapter 20
1. To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.
2. May the Lord hear you in the day of trouble! May the name of the God of Jacob defend you!
3. May he send you help from the sanctuary, and strengthen you out of Zion!
4. May he remember all your offerings, and accept with favor your burnt sacrifice! Selah.
5. May he grant you your heart's desire, and fulfil all your plans!
6. May we rejoice in your salvation, and in the name of our God set up our banners! May the Lord fulfil all your petitions!
7. Now I know that the Lord saves his anointed; he will answer him from his holy heaven with the saving strength of his right hand.
8. Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; but we will remember the name of the Lord our God.
9. They are brought down and fall; but we shall rise, and stand upright.
10. Save, Lord; the king will answer us on the day when we call.

Psalms Chapter 6

1. To the chief Musician for stringed instruments, according to the Sheminith, a psalm of David.
2. O Lord, do not rebuke me in your anger, nor chasten me in your hot displeasure.
3. Have mercy upon me, O Lord; for I am weak; O Lord, heal me; for my bones shudder.
4. My soul is also much troubled. And you, O Lord, how long?
5. Return, O Lord, deliver my soul. Oh save me for the sake of your loving kindness!
6. For in death there is no remembrance of you. In Sheol who shall give you thanks?
7. I am weary with my moaning; all night I make my bed swim; I drench my couch with my tears.
8. My eye wastes away because of grief; it grows weak because of all my enemies.
9. Depart from me, all you evil doers; for the Lord has heard the voice of my weeping.
10. The Lord has heard my supplication; the Lord will receive my prayer.
11. Let all my enemies be ashamed and much troubled; let them return and be ashamed in a moment.









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[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven - Surgery Wednesday

Please daven for Moshe ben Toyba, who will be having surgery at 8:30 Wednesday morning.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven for Baby in Critical Condition

Please daven for a 7 month old baby in Lakewood, Yisroel Meir ben Sara Gittel who has whooping cough and is in the hospital in critical condition. ישראל מאיר בן שרה גיטל

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven For Safe Return

Arutz 7 Sigal Ben Hamu, whose 15-year-old daughter Nofar has run off with an Arab told INN she has sleepless nights. “She has been in touch with him for approximately one year. She went missing three weeks ago. We have been in touch with his family, to no avail. I tell all mothers, keep your daughters safe. Convince them it isn't right for them.” The police put the Arab under house arrest but the girl is still missing. Please pray for the safe return of Nofar bat Sigal.

[chicago-aneinu] Please Daven - Name Added

Please daven for Rabbi Pomerantz, whose name is now Rafael Shlomo Baruch ben Sheindel Bracha

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Please say tehillim today, for
 
Benzion Ben Rochel who is having brain surgery today. He is a young man and father of 2 little children
--
Shaindy Kappel
Aneinu Tehillim

Psalm Chapter 20
1. To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.
2. May the Lord hear you in the day of trouble! May the name of the God of Jacob defend you!
3. May he send you help from the sanctuary, and strengthen you out of Zion!
4. May he remember all your offerings, and accept with favor your burnt sacrifice! Selah.
5. May he grant you your heart's desire, and fulfil all your plans!
6. May we rejoice in your salvation, and in the name of our God set up our banners! May the Lord fulfil all your petitions!
7. Now I know that the Lord saves his anointed; he will answer him from his holy heaven with the saving strength of his right hand.
8. Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; but we will remember the name of the Lord our God.
9. They are brought down and fall; but we shall rise, and stand upright.
10. Save, Lord; the king will answer us on the day when we call.

Psalms Chapter 6

1. To the chief Musician for stringed instruments, according to the Sheminith, a psalm of David.
2. O Lord, do not rebuke me in your anger, nor chasten me in your hot displeasure.
3. Have mercy upon me, O Lord; for I am weak; O Lord, heal me; for my bones shudder.
4. My soul is also much troubled. And you, O Lord, how long?
5. Return, O Lord, deliver my soul. Oh save me for the sake of your loving kindness!
6. For in death there is no remembrance of you. In Sheol who shall give you thanks?
7. I am weary with my moaning; all night I make my bed swim; I drench my couch with my tears.
8. My eye wastes away because of grief; it grows weak because of all my enemies.
9. Depart from me, all you evil doers; for the Lord has heard the voice of my weeping.
10. The Lord has heard my supplication; the Lord will receive my prayer.
11. Let all my enemies be ashamed and much troubled; let them return and be ashamed in a moment.








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JMR AND JI SHLOCK ROCK IS BACK! DEBUT ALL NEW MUSIC VIDEO

Shlock Rock Kosher Cake! The Culmination of our 25th Year Anniversary! We will be releasing two new albums on Jan 30th. Shlock Rock Still Not Quite on Broadway and Shlock Rock Kosher Cake! Shlock Rock’s Latest Music Video filmed at Butterflake in Teaneck, New Jersey. Kosher Cake is the title cut of the new Shlock Rock album by the same name and will be released on January 30th in honor of the 25th anniversary year of the band!

JI “Chaverim Kol Yisrael” Jewish unity song from Beit Shemesh

NCSY Baltimore presents: YBC & The Chevra in Concert Yosaif Krohn Live @The Bitter End TONIGHT CHANUKAH EXTRAVAGANZA with: YOSEF CHAIM SHWEKEY, MACCABEATS,MIAMI BOYS CHOIR & DOVID DACHS “Chaverim Kol Yisrael” Jewish unity song from Beit Shemesh “Unity” is not about all of us coming to agreement religiously, politically or otherwise. It’s about being able to *disagree* vehemently with someone, and yet still wanting the best for them, desiring their joy and seeking to alleviate their pain. If we can do this, even with our “opponents”, not only will this create a culture of solution-building – it will cultivate the possibility for “Chaverim Kol Yisrael” – where all Jews look out for one another, as friends do. Song and vocals by David Bar-Cohn Guitar by Bradley Fish Bass Guitar & Drums by David Epstein Produced by Shemesh Music (http://www.shemeshmusic.com)

JI HASC 25: Stan Weiss Photo Gallery

Well you’ve asked for it and we got it. Official HASC 25 photos from the one and only official HASC photographer for more then 10+ years. You will not see these photos anywhere else so please enjoy.

JI HASC 25: Behind the scenes

Everyone is talking about last night’s HASC 25 concert labeled A T.I.M.E. For Celebration. Be it in Tweets, Facebook status or reviews. Since I wasn’t able to attend the concert this year because of a Simcha, I decided to take a different route. I decided to attend the rehearsals BEFORE the show to show a different side of the program. First off it was really nice meeting some of the artist that haven’t been seen much in the US etc. recently including; Dedi, Yoel Sharabi, Elie Kranzler, Mendy Wald… Secondly seeing two greats like Avraham Fried and Yoel Sharabi (who starred in the first 3 HASC concerts alongside MBD) welcoming each other and the kinship among all the performers (some of who haven’t seen each others in years) was extremely heartwarming. Shloime Kaufman has been leading the HASC choir for many years now. During the show however with a packed audience and full orchestra they tend to get a little lost. Watching Shloime and the choir rehearse number by number with each performer you tend to get a BIGGER appreciation for the talent that they guys lend to HASC each and every year. Throughout the next two hours I saw 8th Day perform, JOURNEYS as Abie Rotenberg, Gershon Veroba and Elie Kranzler (an amazing rendition of Its Time To Say Good Shabbos) DEDI and Shloime Gertner with their amazing combo of both Smile and VeKovei to the FINALE featuring over 45 individuals singing Abie Rotenberg’s CandlesMAZING. I want to take this time to thanks Suki & Ding productions/HASC for the opportunity over the last few years to review their shows, and I hope to be able to do it till 120. [photos: Yossi Zweig]

Monday, January 9, 2012

JMR HASC 25 MORE PICTURES

MR received many beautiful photos from the HASC 25 A Time for Music Concert by Stan Weiss. We picked a JMR exclusive 25 stunning shots to celebrate the 25th show!

Torah Tapestries, Shemos Words of Wisdom Woven from the Weekly Parshah by Shira Smiles COMING SOON

Taking you from the depths of Egyptian slavery to the completion of the Tabernacle in the desert, the book of Shemos encompasses many basic elements of the Jewish faith and practice. In this volume, the second in Shira Smiles' series on the weekly Torah portion, you will delve into core issues, including: the secret of the redemption from Egypt and of our future redemption, appreciating other people and acquisitions, envy and jealousy - their source and correction, are we giving or taking? five aspects of being a true giver, balancing speech and silence, sin and repentance: the purpose of the Sin of the Golden Calf, the Sabbath: physicality vs. spirituality. The Torah is timeless. It relates to every individual in every generation. The meaningful messages offered here will speak to every individual who strives to grow spiritually. Specifications

JMR HASC 25 RECAP WITH PICTURES

This year marked the 25th anniversary of the annual concert originally conceived by Sheya Mendlowitz as a fundraiser for the children of Camp HASC and in general, the concert focused more on the concept of the HASC concert than the music itself. That is not to say that there weren’t some memorable performances, but by and large the night was all about the concert itself. Performers were mostly limited to a single song each, with a never ending stream of singers taking the stage one after another, introduced by the number of times they had each appeared in previous concerts. Only two acts were invited for a debut on the legendary HASC stage: The Maccabeats and 8th Day.

HASC 25 VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE

CHAZAN(Cantor) Helfgott Maccabeats at Hasc 25 Tribute to Reb Shlomo Hasc 25 Dedi at Hasc 25

A short Insight into SHMUEL 1 , Chapter 1 By Rabbi Nisson Dov Miller

As we begin Sefer Shmuel, we learn an important lesson about mitzvos bein adam l'chaveiro, interpersonal mitzvos. After we learn that Elkanah had two wives, Penina who had children and Chana who did not have any children, we find that Elkanah had a special love for Chana. However, at first glance it seems that Penina did not treat Chana with the utmost of respect. Verse six, as understood by Metzudas Dovid, reveals, “Her rival (Penina) provoked her (Chana) again and again 'ba'avur ha'r'ima' - 'in order to irritate her', for Hashem had closed her womb.”

Sunday, January 8, 2012

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