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Can You Spare 30 Minutes

Rabbi Shimon Raichik of Congregation Levi Yitzchok in Los Angeles asks if you can spare 30 minutes without a cellphone. Full Story

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good job
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good job

good that someone is adressing the problem directly

la lubav
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la lubav

rabbi raichik is poshet a masmid and an ish chossid

Bravo!
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Bravo!

Excellent. Hope all will take this to heart.

Excellent Article!
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Excellent Article!

we should all take this seriosly!

Proud of such a speci beloved uncle
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Proud of such a speci beloved uncle

From Toronto

Don't like the moshel
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Don't like the moshel

If we spoke to Hashem ( davened) once every few years for a half hour,I’m sure no one would be on their cell.

Thank you
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Thank you

I learned from it

Thank You!!!
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Thank You!!!

Thank You Rabbi Raichik &
Thank You COL for posting this!
We need more of this, Tayerkeit fun a Mitzvah

So practical!
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So practical!

Hit it on the button- will definitely try to work harder on my davening!

Wow!
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Wow!

I’m printing this out for my kids; what a beautifully written letter!

thank you
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thank you

Personally, I have started fully turning my phone off as soon as I walk into Shul. It totally does away with the need to check the phone, etc.

great idea!
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great idea!

lets all turn our phones off in shul! u will see …… u will still survive and thrive! imagine that!

idea
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idea

I leave my phone in the car

Good idea
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Good idea

Good idea

look @ it this way.................
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look @ it this way.................

If u went swimming for a half hr what would u do with ur cell phone??

Gret article
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Gret article

Nice article

So true
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So true

True

Thank u
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Thank u

Thank u

Never in history of mankind
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Never in history of mankind

Was a person able to walk into Shul with his entire group of friends and family in his pocket. We used to walk into Shul as ourselves. Now we bring our world in with us.

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