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When to Rebuke Over Tznius

Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm of Online Smicha discusses when one is to rebuke another person over their dress or actions. Video

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Powerful!
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Powerful!

I didn’t know a lot of this material before. I just wish there were simple, foolproof methods for success in this area.

This Video Shiur Includes lessons for both Men and Women
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This Video Shiur Includes lessons for both Men and Women

Thank you for this valuable Torah-based information.
It’s important to note that while the illustration photo shows females and tznius, the video discusses men doing things that are improper and the right way to solve these problems.

As a community we are all in the same boat. Please show that it’s the men and women equally responsible. Thank you.

BH
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BH

I personally feel a Jew is a Jew.Showing a fellow Jew kindness will go a lot further.Besides,it’s more important he or she loves HaShem and loves and respects his fellow brethren.

Remember that
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Remember that

we do not live in the times of the Gemara….Its a different generation….different methods….

Interesting
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Interesting

Mr. BH – What you personally feel is not the issue here. It’s the Halacha that RW is discussing.
Does anyone know which Rav in Israel the Rabbi is referring to? Just curious. Why doesn’t he say his name?

nice
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nice

Yasher Koach, nice shiur

To BH
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To BH

Respect to your fellow brethren mean dressing modestly. Immodesty is extremely disrespectful to Hashem, yourself, the people around you, and the places you visit.

To number 7
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To number 7

EXACTLY

to # 7
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to # 7

i agree with wat u say abt it being disrespectful to Hashem…

Thank you number seven
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Thank you number seven

Can we all consider that, it’s exactly how I feel, let’s show respect to our community,men women and children each affected in their own way, and keep the mitzva of vehaya machanecha kadosh

The Streets of Crown Heights
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The Streets of Crown Heights

It is terrible what has happened to our streets. A new committee MUST be assembled to address the Tsnius pandemic.

#11
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#11

I don’t see a problem honestly. And I know some people who don’t too.

To numbers 11 and 12
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To numbers 11 and 12

To #11:Such committees have been formed more than once. They really tried.One thing became evident: I don’t know what is effective, but a police patrol is NOT an effective answer… To # 12:The problem lies in the desensitization of many (mostly, but not exclusively, of the younger generation) to the issue of tznius in general and to just how blatantly untzniusdik they actually look– v’di la’chkimah. Compound this difficulty by throwing the tendency to capitulate to peer pressure into the mix. I guess we’ve got to daven that Paris and Italy decide it’s time to go retro and bring back… Read more »

try to be . a roll model
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try to be . a roll model

iys reallyimportantto be a rroll model!by making sure that you,yourself dressed tzniusdik is a good idea!you never know who is looking up to yoy!

to#12
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to#12

Sorry, but I stand by what said. I don’t see anything that even borderlines on outrageous dressing.

I see a lack of modest attitudes nowadays.

learn the halachos tznius would you ever go by the rebbe dressed hiw you want?nothing to do with attitude
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learn the halachos tznius would you ever go by the rebbe dressed hiw you want?nothing to do with attitude
to#16
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to#16

Is someone suppose to reenact that situation. Yeah everything is the dress not the behavior or attitude. I give up.

Some people can really use it
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Some people can really use it

Lots of ppl embarrassed my good friend when she wasn’t wearing socks, but it was for health reasons. Think b4 u speak

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