Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Aneinu Tehillim Needed Critical Test Tomorrow


Please say Tehilim and tefillot for Yisroel  Yehuda  Ben Dena Sarah, a teen in our community. He's having scans this Thursday. May he have a refuah sheleima and may we only hear good news.  Thank you. 

OU TORAH THE DAF IN HALACHA SANHEDRIN DAF 24 Leaving Arkaos and Coming Back to Beis Din and Gaming in Halacha (Part I) - Bais Havaad Halacha Center


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OU TORAH DAF B'IYUN SANHEDRIN DAF 24 Why Learn Gemara By Rabbi Shalom Rosner


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OU TORAH Eikev 5777 Rabbi Shalom Rosner


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RABBI WEIN ON EKEV 5777


Rashi comments that the word Ekev used here as meaning because or therefore is really the same word in Hebrew for the heel of a human being. Like all parts of our bodies, the heel is valuable, useful and vulnerable. Just ask Achilles! Fashion states that sinful people use the heel to trample on Godly commandments and moral strictures. The heel thus becomes a negative representation of the use of the human body for nefarious purposes.

RABBI WEIN ON HISTORIC TRUTHS


The Jews cannot agree among themselves regarding propriety of place and behavior at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Muslims and Jews cannot agree about security measures necessary on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, let alone agree about the ownership and control of the area itself. On the surface, one may be led to believe that these are arguments about turf and territory, conflicting power and control. But in reality theses issues have a far deeper and much more fundamental base.

OU TORAH Eikev: Discipline and Suffering By Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb


As a parent, grandparent, and psychologist, I am often considered to be something of an expert on parenting and child-rearing. In that capacity, I have frequently been asked to review or give an opinion about any of the plethora of books on the subject of raising one’s children.

OU TORAH Why Civilisations Fail By Britain's Former Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks


What is the real challenge of maintaining a free society? In parshat Eikev, Moses springs his great surprise. Here are his words: Be careful that you do not forget the Lord your God… Otherwise, when you eat and are satisfied, when you build fine houses and settle down, and when your herds and flocks grow large and your silver and gold increase and all you have is multiplied, then your heart will become proud and you will forget the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery… You may say to yourself, “My power and the strength of my hands have produced this wealth for me.”… If you ever forget the Lord your God… I testify against you today that you will surely be destroyed. (Deut. 8:11-19) What Moses was saying to the new generation was this: You thought that the forty years of wandering in the wilderness were the real challenge, and that once you conquer and settle the land, your problems will be over. The truth is that it is then that the real challenge will begin. It will be precisely when all your physical needs are met – when you have land and sovereignty and rich harvests and safe homes ­– that your spiritual trial will commence. The real challenge is not poverty but affluence, not insecurity but security, not slavery but freedom. Moses, for the first time in history, was hinting at a law of history. Many centuries later it was articulated by the great 14th century Islamic thinker, Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406), by the Italian political philosopher Giambattista Vico (1668-1744), and most recently by the Harvard historian Niall Ferguson. Moses was giving an account of the decline and fall of civilisations.

RAV KOOK ON Eikev Part 2: Four Blessings After Eating


“When you eat and are sated, you must bless the Lord your God for the good land that He has given you.” (Deut. 8:10) The Torah does not specify the exact text of Birkat Hamazon, the blessing recited after eating a meal. The Talmud, however, informs us that it comprises four blessings, authored over a period of a thousand years: Moses composed the first blessing, Ha-Zahn (“the One Who provides sustenance for the entire world”), when the manna fell in the desert. Joshua composed the second blessing, Al Ha'Aretz (“For the Land”), when the Jewish people entered the Land of Israel. David and Solomon composed the third blessing, Boneih Yerushalayim (“the One Who rebuilds Jerusalem”). David, who established Jerusalem as his capital, wrote, “Your people Israel and Your city Jerusalem.” And Solomon, who built the Temple, added, “The great and holy Temple.” The Sages of Yavneh1 composed the final blessing, HaTov ve-haMeitiv (“The good King and Benefactor”), to commemorate the miracle that occurred with the dead of the city of Beitar. These Jews were killed by the Romans during the failed Bar Kochba revolt of 135 C.E. For months, the Roman authorities refused to let them be buried, but miraculously, their bodies did not rot.

RAV KOOK ON Eikev PART 1: Blessings Over Bread and Torah


Two Blessings from the Torah Most blessings are of rabbinical origin. There are, however, two exceptions to this rule — blessings that are derived directly from the Torah itself. The first is Birkat Hamazon, recited after meals; the second is the blessing said before learning Torah. The obligation to bless God after eating bread is stated explicitly: “When you eat and are satisfied, you must bless the Lord your God...” (Deut. 8:10). The Sages derived the blessing before studying Torah from the verse, “When I proclaim God’s name [or: when I read God’s teaching], praise our God for His greatness” (Deut. 32:3). These two blessings differ not only in the source for our feelings of gratitude — one is for physical nourishment, the other for spiritual sustenance — but also in when they are said. Why is Birkat Hamazon recited after the meal, while the blessing for Torah study is recited before studying?

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Aneinu Please Daven Critical Condition


Please daven for the mother of an Aneinu member's friend, Esther Bat Rachel, an elderly Moroccan woman in Jerusalem who was hit by a bus today and is in critical condition. 

Friday, August 11, 2017

Aneinu Please Daven Waiting for Liver Transplant


Please daven for Velvel Yerachmiel ben Nita, a young man from Chicago suburbs, who is waiting for a liver transplant (To daven for Chicago Cholim Click here.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Aneinu Please Daven Surgery Now!


Please daven for the sister of an Aneinu member, Raizel bas Charna Rochel, is currently undergoing major surgery.

Aneinu Tehillim Needed Now!


Please daven for Chicagoan, Meyer Feivel ben Chana Leah  who is currently undergoing delicate and vital surgery.

Aneinu Hebrew Name Surgeries Needed


The name for tefillos is Hadassa bas Miriam From: Rachel Bald  Date: Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 1:51 PM Subject: Dasi Hoffman - urgent I know who this is. PLEASE HELP Dasi Hoffman return home as soon as possible!!! She had tremendous Nissim BH, and let us do our part to help her have the last 3 surgeries necessary, so she can return home gezunterheit. Hashem should protect us in these volatile times, in the merit of Tzedaka. We have NO IDEA how much our Tzedaka is saving us!!!!!!  (PLEASE FORWARD TO OTHERS)Please say a Kapital Tehillim for her and all those who need:

Aneinu Correction Tehillim Requested Medical Test This Evening


The test is actually this evening. Please have our very dedicated Aneinu member, Hinda Mindel bat Perel Tzerel in your tefillos.

Aneinu Tehillim Requested Medical Tests Friday


Please say Tehillim and daven for an Aneinu member, Hinda Mindel bat Perel Tzerel who is having a medical test tomorrow.  Please daven for good results. 

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Nachum Presented an In-Depth Look at the Incredible Work of Rabbi Adin Even-Israel (Steinsaltz)


Nachum hosted Rabbi Meni Even-Israel (Steinsaltz), son of Rav Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz on this morning’s JM in the AM to discuss the Shefa Foundation and the incredible continuing work of Rav Adin. Rabbi Meni is the Executive Director of the Shefa Foundation, the umbrella organizations that oversees all of Rav Steinsaltz’s institutions worldwide. As Executive Director of the Shefa Foundation, Rabbi Even-Israel oversees the educational initiatives that his father founded and directs the publication of all of his father’s, Rav Steinsaltz’s works – in cooperation with Koren Publishers.

OU TORAH DAF B'IYUN SANHEDRIN DAF 22 Halachah LeMoshe Msinai By Rabbi Shalom Rosner


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OU TORAH THE DAF IN HALACHA SANHEDRIN DAF 22 Having Fear and Awe of the Jewish King - Rabbi Genak and Bais Havaad Halacha Center


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OU TORAH SANHEDRIN DAF 21 DAF B'IYUN Pilegesh By Rabbi Shalom Rosner


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OU TORAH THE DAF IN HALACHA SANHEDRIN DAF 21 Not More Than 18 Wives: How About Pilagshim? - Rabbi Genak and Bais Havaad Halacha Center


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OU TORAH THE DAF IN HALACHA SANHEDRIN DAF 20 Building the Beis HaMikdash after Entering Eretz Yisroel - Rabbi Genak and Bais Havaad Halacha Center


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OU TORAH THE DAF IN HALACHA SANHEDRIN DAF 19 The King Cannot Forgo His Honor -Rabbi Genak and Bais Havaad Halacha Center


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OU TORAH Vaeschanan 5777 By Rabbi Shalom Rosner


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RABBI WEIN ON VAETCHANAN – NACHAMU 5777


Moshe’s final heartfelt appeal to the merciful God of Israel is somehow refused and of no avail. He will not be allowed to enter the Land of Israel. One can only feel the bitter disappointment and frustration that he must have experienced at this response. Nevertheless, he continues in his role as teacher and leader of Israel even until his final day.

RABBI WEIN ON FAKE RELIGION


One of the many troublesome trends existing in our societies is the elevation of issues that are basically political and even monetary, to the level of religious faith and practice. The current struggle, mainly in the media and not so much on the ground itself, regarding the installation of metal detectors on the Temple Mount, is an example of making a security and political issue into a matter of holy war and belief.

OU TORAH Va’etchanan: Shattered Tablets By Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb


We were young then. They were old—in our eyes, very old. We were the students, barely out of high school and studying in the beit midrash of our yeshiva in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Some of us were on the path toward rabbinic ordination, but most of us were simply spending a year or two prolonging our religious studies and wondering what to do with our lives.

OU TORAH Philosophy or Prophecy? By Britain's Former Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks


What was the first commandment? On this there are two fascinating disagreements in Judaism. One was between Moses Maimonides (1135-1204) and the author of the Halakhot Gedolot, written in the period of the Gaonim, probably by R. Shimon Kayyara (eighth century), that for the first time enumerated in a systematic way the 613 commands. The other was between Maimonides and the poet and thinker Judah Halevi (c. 1080-c.1145). These were two different arguments, and they touched, as we will see, on fundamentals of faith.

RAV KOOK ON Va'Etchanan Part 2: Introducing Prayer with Praise


Moses’ Prayer The Torah records Moses’ pleas to be allowed to enter into the Land of Israel: “O God, Eternal! You have begun to show me Your greatness and power. What force is there in heaven or earth that can perform deeds and mighty acts as You can? Please, let me cross [the Jordan River] and see the good land....” (Deut. 3:24-25) Rabbi Simlai analyzed Moses’ prayer, breaking it up into two components: Praise — “You have begun to show me Your greatness....” The actual request — “Please let me cross....” This, Rabbi Simlai explained, is a model for all prayers. One should begin by praising God, and only afterwards present one’s requests. We need to understand this model. Is it simply a matter of flattering God, just as one might ‘butter up’ a mortal king before making a request? Or is there a deeper significance to this protocol for prayer?

RAV KOOK ON Va'etchanan Part 1: Cleaving to God


“You, who remained attached to the Lord your God, are all alive today.” (Deut. 4:4) What does it mean “to be attached to God”? As the Talmud (Sotah 14a) asks, is it possible to cleave to the Shechinah, God’s Divine Presence, which the Torah (Deut. 4:24) describes as a “consuming fire”?

[Aneinu] Please Daven - Procedure Today


Please daven for the child of an Aneinu member, Eliezer Shmuel HaLevi ben Penina Yosefa, who is having a minor surgical procedure scheduled today around noon.

Aneinu Please Daven Surgery Wednesday


Please daven for a Chicagoan, Yitzhak Alexander ben Devorah Gitel who is having major surgery today, Wednesday at Noon.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Aneinu Atzeres Tefilla Tonight


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Aneinu Please Daven Car Accident


Please daven for Aviva Minka bas Freidel Ruchel, the daughter of an Aneinu member who just came out of surgery after being in a car accident in Israel. Also please daven for her granddaughters, Leora Nili bas Aviva Minka and Eliana Yakira bas Aviva Minka. Also, please daven for Yaakov Binyomin ben Meryl. May they all have a refuah shlema.

Collive.com Please Daven


Chana bas Mushka, 7 year old shlucha in urgent need of a miraculous recovery.

Aneinu Please Daven


Please daven for Chicagoan, Chaya Tzivia bat Basha  who is having tests on Tuesday morning. Pray for good outcome and no disease.

Monday, August 7, 2017

Aneinu Please Daven


An 18-month-old girl fell from a first floor window on Kedushas Halevy Street in Betar Illit on Sunday morning. She was listed in moderate condition when transported to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem. The child was transported by MDA to the trauma center. On Monday morning, Hagaon HaRav Chaim Kanievsky advised the family to have a name added. Please be Mispallel for Esther Tova bas Chaya Eidel. (YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Aneinu Link for Tehillim for Local Newborn


This was set up by a local mitzvah lady. May H' pay her back AND answer allll Klal Yisroel's tefilos BE"H! Click here.

Nachum Broadcasted from NCSY Michlelet in Honor of Yom NCSY 2017


Capping off a short but great trip to Israel in honor of Yom NCSY 2017, Nachum broadcasted from NCSY Michlelet this morning, highlighting the incredible NCSY Summer Programs. From the Michlelet website: “Michlelet is an extraordinary program for teenage girls who want to spend their summer in a productive way and have a great time, too. Join with the amazing staff and incredible friends for the summer of a lifetime! Girls on Michlelet will gain a greater appreciation of Torah, chesed and the land of Israel. The program is built around exciting learning sessions with amazing educators and advisors, meaningful chesed opportunities where our NCSYers make a real difference and thrilling tiyulim all across Israel!”(Audio)Click here for video.

NSN in Israel! Nachum Segal Broadcasted Live from Yom NCSY 2017


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[Aneinu] Please Daven for Local Child - Brain Surgery


Tomorrow Monday morning on Tu B'Av at 7:30am a six year old boy with a genetic disorder in our community is undergoing brain surgery please daven for Yisroel Alter ben Chava Chana. See the post his father wrote in his daily blog. The Lord is One https://www.caringbridge.org/signinMY CONVERSATION WITH GOD IZZYS SUMMER 2017 campaign https://www.gofundme.com/izzys-summer-campaign-2017

Aneinu Please Daven For Local Newborn


Please daven for a Chicago newborn who is in the high level emergency room with a high fever, Nachum Tzion ben Nechama Baila.

Aneinu Please Daven For Expectant Mother W/ Brain Tumor


Subject: Fwd: JewishWaterbury My brain tumor This is from a woman who lives in Waterbury.  SO sad :(  Please pass her name around for tefillos. ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: 'Orli' via JewishWaterbury Date: Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 11:49 PM Subject: JewishWaterbury My brain tumor To: 'Corenub29' via JewishWaterbury At the risk of becoming a pity case and today's nebach flavor- of -the -day, I am going to open myself up to our incredibly kind, caring community and admit that I need your help. I have just been diagnosed with a large brain tumor that is threatening the vision of my right eye. I cannot yet receive the surgery I need, however, because it is too risky to our unborn baby. That is why I need all of you, each and every person who is able, to please, please beg and beseech Hashem to have rachmanus on me and our family. My Hebrew name is אורלי רחל בת יהודית רות, Orli Rachel bas Yehudis Rus. I need tfillos that my vision shouldn't, chalilah, worsen any more. That with Hashem's help my eye should remain stable until I am able to give birth safely. That ImyH the baby should be born healthy and in the right time and that ultimately my brain surgery should be matzliach. It's not in the doctor's hands, nor in the power of medication- it's in Hashem's hands and the power of your collective tfillos is monumental. I am sorry to be mirztarech the tzibbor in this manner, but I know I cannot do this alone. Thank you for helping us in our time of need. May Hashem bless every member of our community and Klal Yisrael with an abundance of good health, peace, prosperity, simcha and nachas always. Truly Yours Orli Katz

Friday, August 4, 2017

Aneinu Please Daven Pneumonia


From an Aneinu member:   Please daven for my friend's brother, Michoel ben Devorah.  He has MS and now he also has aspirating pneumonia

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Aneinu Name Correction and update Yavneh Terror Victim


The correct name of the Yavneh terror victim is Niv Gil ben Hadassah Esther. Please continue to daven for him.UPDATE: Arutz 7 -Doctors at Rehovot’s Kaplan Medical Center are continuing efforts to save the life of the Jew seriously wounded yesterday in a stabbing terror attack at a Yavneh supermarket.   Surgeon Dr. Doron Schindel, head of the head and neck surgery unit, said that the wounded man’s condition had stabilized during the night. He is being kept in the hospital’s general intensive care unit, still anesthetized and on a respirator. Within the next few hours, he is to be transferred to an operating room for completion of surgical procedures.

Aneinu Tefillos Needed


Please daven for a former Chicagoan, Avrohom Shmuel ben Devora, who is in need of our tefillos.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Aneinu Tehillim Yachad for Terror Victim


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ANEINU Name of Terror Victim


Please daven for Niv Gil ben Hadassa who is in critical condition after being stabbed in a Yavneh supermarket today.

Aneinu Please Daven For Yavneh Terror Victim


If anyone knows this man's Hebrew name, please let me know. In the meantime please say a perek of Tehillim in his zchus. JNS.org – An Israeli man was seriously wounded on Wednesday when he was stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist at a Shufersal supermarket in the central Israeli city of Yavne. The terrorist, 19, is from the West Bank city of Nablus, the Israel Police said. Unconfirmed reports said the terrorist was an employee at the supermarket. Civilians at the scene of the attack subdued the terrorist, with some kicking him while he lay on the ground. The victim, 43, also reportedly a Shufersal employee, was rushed to the Kaplan Medical Center in the nearby city of Rehovot with multiple severe stab wounds in his upper body. He arrived at the hospital in unstable condition, according to the Magen David Adom emergency response group. Arutz 7 - Doctors at the Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot are continuing efforts Wednesday evening to save the life of the 43 year old victim of the terrorist stabbing attack in Yavneh. The surgeon, Dr. Doron Schindel, the head of the Head and Neck Surgery Unit at the hospital, provided an update on the victim's condition. "The patient arrived at the emergency room with multiple stab wounds in the neck and upper body and also in the back. He was bleeding from many wounds when he arrived. Initial efforts were made to stabilize him in the emergency room ,and then he was taken to the operating room where they continued to work to stop the bleeding and to close the affected organs," Dr. Schindel said. In video footage of the attack, the stabber can be seen innocuously walking into the Shufersal supermarket, then grabbing a knife which had been hiding under his shirt. He ran towards a supermarket worker who happened to be standing near him, and stabbed his victim multiple times in the chest, head and neck, despite the worker's attempts to defend himself. --

OHR OLAM MISHNA BERURA NOW IN POCKET AND PAPERBACK SIZES IS AT KESHER STAM


Makes a great supplement to Dirshu Daf Yomi Bhalacha.

CHABAD.ORG The Book of Deuteronomy By Yehoshua B. Gordon


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RABBI WEIN ON Dvarim –Chazon 5777


The Torah reading of this Shabbat and the attendant Haftorah from the book of Isaiah always precedes the week of the fast day of the ninth of Av. It is as though our teacher Moshe, a millennium before the destruction of the First Temple, already envisioned the disaster that would befall the Jewish people and the Land of Israel.

RABBI WEIN ON DISASTER AND REBIRTH


The remarkable lesson of the Jewish commemoration of the destruction of our Temples many centuries ago is not only that this commemoration continues to pain us but that, ironically, it almost unexpectedly provides us with hope and fortitude for a brighter future.

OU TORAH Devarim 5777 By Rabbi Shalom Rosner


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OU TORAH Devarim: A Sublime Autobiography By Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb


There is a biography. And then there is an autobiography. Our biography is the way others see us. Our autobiography is the way we see ourselves. Typically, there are sharp differences between the two. Others see us from their own perspectives. Some biographers can be boldly objective, confronting us with facts about ourselves which we did not see, and perhaps do not want to see. Other biographers have their own agendas and interpret our lives to fit their perceptions, frequently distorting the facts and the meaning of our lives in the process.

OU TORAH The Book of the Covenant By Britain's Former Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks


As we begin reading the fifth and final book of the Torah, I would like to discuss three questions. First, why does the book of Devarim have the structure it does: a mix of history, law, recollection and anticipation?

RAV KOOK ON Devarim Part 2: Moses Speaks!


The Merchant and the King The Book of Deuteronomy is essentially a collection of Moses’ farewell speeches, delivered to the Jewish people as they prepared to enter the Land of Israel. The eloquence, passion, and cadence of Moses’ discourses are breathtaking. One can only wonder: is this the same man who claimed to be “heavy of mouth and heavy of tongue” (Ex. 4:10)? The Sages were aware of this anomaly. The Midrash (Devarim Rabbah 1:7) offers the following parable to explain how eloquence is a relative matter: “This is like a man selling purple cloth, who announced, ‘Purple cloth for sale!’ Hearing his voice, the king peeked out and called the merchant over. ‘What are you selling?’ asked the king. ‘Nothing, Your Highness.' ‘But before I heard you call out, ‘Purple cloth for sale,’ and now you say, ‘Nothing .’ What changed?' ‘Oh no!’ exclaimed the merchant. ‘I am selling purple cloth. But by your standards, it is nothing.’ The same idea, the Midrash concludes, may be applied to Moses and his speaking abilities. When standing before God, Creator of the faculty of speech, Moses announced, “I am not a man of words” (Ex. 4:10). But when it came to speaking to the Jewish people, the Torah records: “These are the words that Moses spoke.”

RAV KOOK ON Devarim Part 1: The Book that Moses Wrote


Mipi Atzmo Already from its opening sentence, we see that the final book of the Pentateuch is different from the first four. Instead of the usual introductory statement, “God spoke to Moses, saying,” we read: “These are the words that Moses spoke to all of Israel on the far side of the Jordan River ...” (Deut. 1:1) Unlike the other four books, Deuteronomy is largely a record of speeches that Moses delivered to the people before his death. The Talmud (Megillah 31b) confirms that the prophetic nature of this book is qualitatively different than the others. While the other books of the Torah are a direct transmission of God’s word, Moses said Deuteronomy mipi atzmo — “on his own.” However, we cannot take this statement — that Deuteronomy consists of Moses’ own words — at face value. Moses could not have literally composed this book on his own, for the Sages taught that a prophet is not allowed to say in God’s name what he did not hear from God (Shabbat 104a). So what does it mean that Moses wrote Deuteronomy mipi atzmo? In what way does this book differ from the previous four books of the Pentateuch?

Aneinu Please Daven Surgery Today


Please daven for a Chicagoan, Gittle bas Kreindel who is having surgery

Monday, July 31, 2017

Aneinu Please Daven Surgery Monday


Please daven for Shayne Perel bas Malka who broke her femur and is scheduled for surgery tomorrow.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Aneinu Telshe Yeshiva Please Daven


Rav Chatzkel Greenberger (Aydim of Rav Moshe Schmelczer) was in an accident. Please be mispallel for: Yona Yecheskal Ben CHAVA Miriam

Aneinu Please Daven Surgery Friday


The son-in-law of an Aneinu member is having a serious 6 hr. surgery Friday morning. Please say Tehillim for Avram Eliezer ben Chana.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

The Garden of Miracles - Say Thank You and See Miracles


This amazing and most inspiring book is a compilation of 190 stories of miracles that peopel from all over the world have brought to our attention. These wonderful people have seen miraculous salvations by expressing their gratitude to Hashem and by clinging to the belief that everything He does is for the very best. Singles finally found their match, couples experiencing infertility suddenly became parents, debtors were able to repay debts they never thought were possible to repay and actually began amassing wealth, and the stories go on and on. How did they do it? Through their gratitude. They were experiencing the sweet fruits of thanking Hashem for everything while taking nothing for granted. Gratitude is your most important asset! Your gratitude mitigates stern judgements, strengthens your emuna, and helps you see the truth. With gratitude, life canbe seen in the proper perspective. When you live the sweet life of gratitude, you unlock every gate of abundance and salvation. Start saying thank You today and see how everything in your life turns around for the very best! 382 pages, soft-cover. By Rabbi Shalom Arush. only $11.30 free shipping.

Schottenstein Talmud Yerushalmi - English Edition [#36] - Tractate Sotah Vol 1 IS AT KESHER STAM


For five generations of the Talmudic era, the great Sages of the Land of Israel flourished in the Galil. There, like the Sages of Babylonia, they debated, expounded, and applied the laws and principles of the Mishnah that were received at Sinai .The sacred learning of those years was gathered in the Talmud Yerushalmi The Jerusalem Tamud. They lived with Roman pogroms and persecution but the flame of Torah burned bright despite it all. Until about 350 C. E., when brutal Roman anti-Semitism decimated the Holy LandÆs yeshivos and silenced its voice of Torah. But the Sages teachings live on in the Talmud Yerushalmi, just as the teachings of Babylonia live one in the Talmud Bavli - The Babylonian Talmud. But while the Sages of Babylonia had another 150 years to redact, clarify and organize the text of the Babylonian Talmud, Roman persecution in the Holy Land made that impossible. Thus, the Jerusalem Talmud is exceedingly difficult, and despite its great significance it has been a closed book to all but select, elite scholars. Now, thanks to the outstanding scholars who produced the classic Schottenstein Edition of Talmud Bavli, the lock is being removed on yet another treasure-house of Torah Sheball Peh, the Oral Law. This project has been enthusiastically welcomed and endorsed by Torah leaders in Israel and America.20% OFF.

Nachum Presented Rabbi Zev Segal’s ob”m Eulogy for the Lubavitcher Rebbe zt”l on JM in the AM


In honor of the 23rd anniversary of the shloshim of the Lubavitcher Rebbe zt”l (the 3rd day of the month of Av), Nachum presented the eulogy that his father, Rabbi Zev Segal ob”m delivered on the Rebbe’s shloshim. It is a renowned, fascinating look at the Rebbe’s life and the era of Jewish life that he was involved in.

Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz Shloshim Archive


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OU TORAH Sanhedrin Daf 5 Daf b"iyun Moreh Halacha Bifnei Rabo By Rabbi Shalom Rosner


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A FEW INSIGHTS FROM RABBI ELEFANT and RABBI ROSNER ON BAVA BASRA DAF 176(The last daf)


1.Rabbi Elefant said our children are our guarantors. 2.Rabbi Elefant said business Secular law Torah in every aspect of our lives.Mundane affairs arev beis din follow the mahiga hador thats the connection Bava Barsa to Sanhedrin follow Das Torah in every aspect of our lives. 3.Rabbi Elefant and Rabbi Rosner both said Bava Basra begins with mechitza and ends with guarantor achdus Maschiach come AMEN.

Rabbi Paysach Krohn Real Clear Daf: Having a Permanent Chavrusa(Real Clear Daf Bava Basra Siyum)


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RABBI WEIN ON MATOT – MAASEI 5777


The Jewish people have always been a traveling nation. It is almost as if wandering has become our second nature, built into the DNA of our society and history. The Torah lists for us over forty way stations and oases that the Jewish people visited during their trek in the desert from Egypt to the outskirts of the Land of Israel.