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Friday, 19 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 24, 2019

    What Is Women’s Role in Judaism

    Bronya Shaffer explains how traditional Jewish ideas compare to modern feminist ideas about the role of women in society. Video

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    well put!
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    well put!

    i love it, Bronya

    Beautiful!
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    Beautiful!

    Just beautiful!

    Thankyou.
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    Thankyou.

    Kiddush Hashem. Beautifully spoken. Touch of class.

    Thank you
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    Thank you

    A true CH treasure!

    Mrs Shaffer- a true Chassidiste
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    Mrs Shaffer- a true Chassidiste

    Over the years, before there were speakers demanding fees, Mrs. Shaffer- knowledgeable, insightful & articulate – was speaking for shluchim, appearing on panels, and being interviewed.

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    A true CHABAD treasure, whose home is a Beis Chabad, and with great wisdom helps so many, across the entire Lubav spectrum.

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    Mrs. Shaffer and her brilliant husband, a’h, were the role models me and my husband needed so desparately. For all her fame she is the epitome of modesty, a true tznua in all her ways and this is shown in her speech and her home and everyting she does, never runs after kovod and never makes someone feel like “I’m better than you”. In such strong contrast to so many!
    Truly a treasure in our midst!

    Marquis Feyler
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    Marquis Feyler

    Judaism is something that permeates every aspect of your life, every thing that you do, from the time you wake up in the morning to the time you go to bed, from what you eat and how you dress to how you conduct business.

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    To #5:

    I agree with what you say. I don’t know if you are aware of this, but when someone insisted on paying her she would tell them to make the check out to the Rebbe’s office.
    May she live and be well and have a happy SWEET new year.

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