Thursday, January 17, 2008


Why does it seem at times that some people work super hard but they don't earn much , while others work less & earn more ?

See 16:18

The key is sincere Prayer to the real BOSS , Hashem !
Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

How to Thank

There are 3 categories of entities we need to thank Hashem for daily :

Food &

That is what we say in the Blessing

Borei Nefashos - life

& their needs - such as bread & water

& all other Pleasures such as Apples , Tosfos Brochos 37a.
Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

Singing & Thanking

What is the meaning of the word Shirah ?

The Targum in 15:1 says
To praise. In 15:21 it says to praise & thank. Why the difference ??

Either way you are welcome to join us on Thursday evening starting at 6:30 for a wedding celebration of thanking & praising Hashem.
At Ateres Shlomo
7725 New Utrecht av
Bkln N y.
If you are in the area we would to see you.
Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Special Prayers

Why did the Monn fall every day in a limited way , one days supply , why not once a week or once a month ?
The Talmud explains so that the Jews would be motivated to pray daily with sincere feeling of dependacy upon Hashem !
Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

Fw: Torah-Halachos Tue. 1/15/08 8/Shevat/5768 - (Segulah for Parnasah)

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Subject: Torah-Halachos Tue. 1/15/08 8/Shevat/5768 - (Segulah for Parnasah)

Segulah for Parnasah - Today
Reb Menachem Mendel M'Riminov (1755-1815) writes in his sefer Lechem Avirim that saying Parshas Ha'mon (Shnayim Mikroh V'Echod Targum - Hebrew twice and the Aramaic once) on Tuesday of Parshas Be'Shalach, is a Segulah for Parnasah. Parshas Ha'mon can be found in most siddurim after tefillas Shachris, or Click (or copy and paste) this link for the complete text of Parshas Ha'mon:


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241. The first three berachos of Sh'mona Esrei are "Sh'vach" - praise of Hashem, and therefore one may not request personal needs in those berachos. Shulchan Aruch w/Mishna Brurah 112:1
242. The Mishna Brurah cites the Tur who permits adding requests on behalf of the tzibbur, however, the accepted minhag is to refrain from any additions in the first three berachos except for those added by chazal (for example: additions during aseres y'mei tshuvah, etc.)
Shulchan Aruch w/Mishna Brurah 112:1,2, Piskei Tshuvos 112
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Monday, January 14, 2008

The Difficulty

There is nothing that is difficult for Hashem. What then does it mean , that matchmaking is difficult as splitting the sea ?

Rav Y. Kamenetsky explains that Hashem has created the water to flow a certain way thus to change that is called difficult in the sense of different then what Hashem has decreed for the norm.
So too , people are born separate per Hashems will , thus it is considered a challenge to understand the great Mitzva to marry & form a bond with ones spouse as if they were one united entity.
Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Splitting the Sea

Why is marriage compared at times to splitting the Yam Suf ?

Sotah 2a.
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