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Bring Achdus But Not At Any Expense, Tzach Cautions

"Peace and reconciliation cannot come at the expense of keeping principles," cautions Rabbi Naftali Lipsker of Lubavitch Youth Organization in Israel as reconciliation meetings continue in Hadera and Zichron Yaakov. Full Story

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Mashpia
April 29, 2020 6:24 pm

One should speak to a Mashpia or rav to figure out what to do . There’s some points one needs to be mevater on ( depending on situation ) to achieve Sholom . Sholom does not mean my way that you must agree or the highwaY. It includes goodwill and vatranus from ALL to be real and everlasting peace.

Thank you for these wise words!
April 29, 2020 6:33 pm

Wise words!

Don’t just move out...
April 29, 2020 7:48 pm

In order to ensure a peace that will last there needs to be a framework. Just like by a regular shidduch you don’t just force two people to live together but you check first if they match and after you create the conditions needed for the marriage to last. And of course sometimes it goes wrong bur most marriages last. And of course you work on sholom bayis but those are marriages that you want to save. Only a fool will advice you to marry someone if that person isn’t compatible while telling you that you can work on the… Read more »

And before moving out
Reply to  Don’t just move out...
April 29, 2020 8:45 pm

make sure the person you are working for is a Mentch and Yerei Shamayim, who preferably has experience working well with others!!

Dear Col
April 29, 2020 10:30 pm

Thank you very much for your continued coverage on this important topic!

It’s nice to hear about Israel, however, we’d love if you can reach out to Merkos here or any head shluchim (that don’t have sholom in their state) to ask for comment or what efforts are underway here in the US and write who said what and who had no comment etc.

Thank you for holding Rabbi Lazar accountable for his public pledge.

very true words
April 30, 2020 1:32 am

ty for sharing

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