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Dovid gilderstein
April 22, 2019 9:36 pm

Shkoiach for this interesting intelligent dvar Torah it was really heart warming

Great thought
April 23, 2019 12:54 am

TX for sharing it with us all….
Enjoyed the story.
When ever I hear Reb Yonasan Eiveshitz, I think Mrs Neiman in Bais Rivka – She always quoted him so lovingly.
Thanks for signing your name….
BTW who is Sruly Shochet?

He is the
Reply to  Great thought
April 23, 2019 1:30 am

Youngest son of Reb Immanuel Schochet OBM

Minding our business
April 23, 2019 9:20 am

“der hund (the dog) should have minded his own business!” That is what wrong-doers hope for, not to be exposed. The risk of exposure keeps others in check. They behave properly because others “won’t simply mind their own business”.

The business of our community is OUR business.

I think you missed the point
Reply to  Minding our business
April 23, 2019 11:24 am

No one said ignore anything. There are two ways to address wrongdoers. Be a vigilante or go through the proper means of justice. The only time you should be a vigilante is if you will make a difference right then or there. Otherwise you need to go through the normal means of justice. And both ways, you need to make sure your intentions are pure.

Minding your business
Reply to  I think you missed the point
April 24, 2019 1:10 pm

I am unsuccessfully attempting to follow such hair-splitting logic which twists my intellectual honesty into a pretzel.

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Reply to  Minding our business
April 23, 2019 12:07 pm

That’s only if it ACTUALLY has what to do with you

Minding our business
Reply to  ...
April 23, 2019 2:00 pm

Behaviours of humans has what to do with all humans. The tyranny on the other side of the world affects us. When your neighbour misbehaves (in ANY way – when the breach is morally, halachicly, abuse, honesty, middos etc), it affects you.

Too 'sweet'
Reply to  Minding our business
April 23, 2019 4:02 pm

No one Can’t deny it, that ‘juicy, excited’ feeling they get when highlighting another’s wrong doing…. That’s the part to be careful of

I read a similar thing from The late parsha Show
April 24, 2019 2:40 pm

this is copied from it Boruch Hashem. I hope you can enjoy this video in place of an episode of The Late Parsha Show. It’s some clips of my talented friend Aviro and I jamming in Yeshiva, covering different great songs you requested: Yogaati -Eli Marcus, Yesimcha -Avraham Fried, Nigun Hishtatchus, and Ani Maamin -Abie Rotenberg Since this is the 2nd week in a row with no TLPS episode, if you’re interested in reading, I would like to share a quick holy word. (Though it’s really just a practical lesson:) There’s so much to be said about both Tazria and… Read more »

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