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Gancz Wants Back to Basics

More women than men attended last night's lecture on "Raising a Chassidishe Child on Solid Foundations of Yiras Shomayim." In his talk, Morristown educator Rabbi Aaron D. Gancz called for parents go back to basics, indicating that more firmness is needed today. Full Story, Photos

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shiurim
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As I live far away from CH, I would thank COLlive if they could once again make availble audio classes on the internet

Was there and gained a lot
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Was there and gained a lot

these pictures where taken at the beginning of the lecture and do not give justice to the amount of people that attended

head in the sand
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head in the sand

gevura. sure. that’ll anchor today’s youth. perhaps ganz has short term memory and forgot his roots and why he ended up in chabad. ‘cuase we were tougher than satmar? uh huh. sorry. he’s got it wrong “renowned educator” and all. today’s youth needs more loving attention, respect and attention. “petch” were for last generation. sure it’s “easier ” to educate with the rod. you don’t have to creatively come up with just the right tone and message for each child, all you have to do is have a strap and fear. but today the youth know and see thru that.… Read more »

to #2
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to #2

people who come late do not do justice to the lecture and lecturer and do not deserve to be considered part of the event.

oh yeah. i forgot. this is CH, where attention to detail is not chassidish, punctuality is uncool, etc

IF there were many who came later, that might be an indication of a root problem relevant to the subject matter at hand, if parents are sloppy in attendance and punctuality – ie social rules and norms, why can’t the kids do the same? oh they do, what do you know.

Tape
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Tape

How can we get a to hear it , for those of us who could not make it? A cd of it?

comment #3
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comment #3

You are 100% percent right.

WHOS THIS DUDE??
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WHOS THIS DUDE??
comment #3
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comment #3

Part of the problem we are having today with our youth is because of a lack of respect. Whether or not you agree with what Rabbi Gancz spoke about, He deserves to written about respectfully.

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Commenter #3 disrespects ganz’ position not the person. We need to be able to argue without using as defense for a position – you are “disrespecting” me (or some higher authority). Part of the problem we are having is propping up theological and educational positions in the name of respect for tradition or person, when in fact the position is wholly inappropriate to the circumstances. And the only leg the position has on which to stand is the fact that it’s being protected in the name of “respect”. If someone is titled Rabbi and has a white beard and gets… Read more »

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