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‘Silence In Shul – Or Kids Die’

Leaflets have been scattered around a Stamford Hill shul warning congregants about speaking during prayers. "If one does not teach his children how to act in shul, he is punished and his children die," one grim warning read. Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet has what to answer Full Story

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Why We Talk
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Why We Talk

If Rabbi’s would talk with inspiration, and not how brilliant they are … maybe we would keep quiet and listen! Rabbi’s have no clue how bored we are. Stop telling us how bad we are, and how many proofs you have from the midrash. Why not lead us … and use positive inspirational talks? I have to go to shul, I don’t have to be quiet when the rabbi bores 90% of of his crowd.

you should not put those terrible terrible words  print - please take those words off your website
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you should not put those terrible terrible words print - please take those words off your website

Rabbi Osher Zeilingold – St, Paul, Minnesota

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as a mature adult you are responsible for your own actions. it’s not the rabbi who is being harmed by your talking, but yourself. check up what the alter rebbe has to say in tanya. i dont agree with these leaflets, but it really irks me when people blame everyone else for their own actions. May we merit to all be together in the ultiate shul in yerusholayim

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