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“The Shake of the Lulav”

From the COLlive inbox: A Shliach joked that he's opening a new organization "The Shake of the Lulav" and then finds its meaning. Full Story

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u first write
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u first write

u first indicate that ther ae b’h so many shiurim available and you end of with that the illness is that there aren’t enuf. let us get these shiurim well attended and then think of making others. it is a must that every yungerman choses/makes a kvius how many times he can per week, starting at the minimum and then hopefully adding slowly.

right on
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right on

yup and all the loshon hara sinas chinom etc about ppl who inocently attended call of the shofar is just “THE NOISE OF THE GRAGGER” and the ppl giving others benefit of the doubt are displaying fine middosand masim tovim like “THE SMELL OF THE ESROG” and those keeping quiet and not mixing in to s/t they know n/t about are exemplifying bitul “THE CRUNCH OF THE MATZAH” this isnt a joke….there is real meaning behind every mitzvah we do….and lessons to be learned and applied in our day to day life which makes us better people… that is whats… Read more »

Avremel
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Avremel

Good one!

Haha!!! Liking this!!
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Haha!!! Liking this!!

Well this article’s gonna shake things up…pun hardly intended!

A woman !
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A woman !

Gr8 article now we need to DO! Bepoel ממש!!
Women let’s encourage !!!

we need competent shluchim to crown heights
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we need competent shluchim to crown heights

I think it is a fair article, for us (crown heights residents) to try to be introspective, in the comments. my thought is that on average, crown heights young working men are not too chassidische; and it seems it is not really their fault, but rather, crown heights itself needs some of the niceties which are out there in chabad house land. I just saw a story posted above this one, of a new childrens school in australia. it looks beautiful; nothing in crown heights looks like that. besides 580 crown shul, most places in crown heights do not look… Read more »

Another woman!
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Another woman!

We need to encourage our men, of course!! The women, too, need the chizuk of Torah. Good women, who can offer a shiur or lead a farbrengen in their own personal style, and especially young women, also need to step up to the plate and take leadership roles. Our girls who return from sem don’t necessarily have all their questions in life answered, and there need to be more and more people to be there for them. Our young married women face the day-to-day gashmius challenges of family and parnassa that they didn’t dream of when they were young high… Read more »

appropriate name, shake of the lulav
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appropriate name, shake of the lulav

the “shake” as crown heights probably needs to be shaken up a bit; and “lulav” for simcha (zmon simchasainu), not shofar, which is more the inyan of teshuva, the 10 days from rosh hashana to yom kippur and month of elul concluding with week of selichos. simcha poretz geder; we need simcha somehow to shake up crown heights, not the call of the shofar. good name, shake up crown heights somehow, to make it better. why should not crown heights be known as a chassidic stronghold, instead of a bunch of half off the derech modern young folks? why cannot… Read more »

a proud montrealer
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a proud montrealer

i don’t know what is doing by the men however for the ladies there are shiurim going on, almost daily, b’h

There are shluchim in CH
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There are shluchim in CH

That are living here with real mesiras negesh working tirelessly I get things going. But how many of you support their work. Money makes the world go round…
They can’t build, produce and grow if the funds are lacking.

COTS
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COTS

And I am opening an organisation called the Curl Of The Sheitel. (www.curlofthesheitel.com) that’s COTS for short. Yet to determine what we represent.

wow!
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wow!

i am “shaken” up and excited to go get em!!! so nice to read such a postive and encourging article!!!

to number 11
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to number 11

sounds like a great name for a tznius program

agree with #6
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agree with #6

Nicer shiurim, nicer facitilies, yes.
I took a JLI course at Chabad House in Manhattan. Looked interesting and it was. Nowhere in CH was it offered. Why not?
It was a beautiful class with Powerpoint presentations, a prepared booklet, etc. A lot of thought went into the prep. Why is a class like that not even available in CH?

I was thinking
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I was thinking

Spin of the draidel or crunch of the matza what about smell of the esrog !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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