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Tuesday, 15 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 18, 2019

    My​ ​Phone​ ​Is​ ​Not​ ​Flat Anymore

    From the COLlive Inbox: As much as I'd love to be one of those "media-free" moms, my phone somehow lands in the hand of my 5 year old son on a nightly basis. Full Story, Video

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    Guilt free
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    Guilt free

    My kids get to use my phone once or twice a day as an incentive. What do they get see? MyMaor Rebbe video! Who would imagine they would ask to see a “Rebbe Video”?!

    How?
    Guest
    How?

    How do sign up to relieve WhatsApp videos?

    filters
    Guest
    filters

    all good. just remember: filters filters and more filters.

    Amazing
    Guest
    Amazing

    Donated and I think all should

    My Children love Maor

    Mother
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    Mother

    still agree with the mother…letting children on these phones is addictive; they won’t stop at just wanting this; what do you think children did before these phones were invented and mothers were busy ??? They learned how to play together or used their own imagination for creative play. The Rebbe was also shown on tv when sichos were said but Lubavitchers did not have tv – this is not the only thing they will want to see – children are on these phones too much and it is interfering with their education. Let the schools show the Maor videos and… Read more »

    I love maor but
    Guest
    I love maor but

    Your kids should not play on phones and neither should you. Phones should be for calls and messages that are important and done at the right time. IE NOT while picking up kids from school , family time , date night etc

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    Facing reality for a moment, the phones are in our houses and in our hands. This organization is taking the opportunity to fill our phones and as a result our home with great toichen! I agree with the mother in this article, it really does give the, “screen” more depth! Maor Kids is the way to go!

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