Thursday, February 23, 2012

Fw: From Yehoshua Solomon

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To: Rabbi Goldberger
Subject: From Yehoshua Solomon
Sent: Feb 23, 2012 11:49 AM

Shalom Rabbi Goldberger,

My name is Yehoshua Solomon. I am 27 years old & have been married for almost 3 yrs. My wife & I live in Kew Gardens Hills, Queens. I am presently unemployed and am posting to your group in search of a position.

My main interests and abilities are in computer graphics. I am highly proficient with the MAC environment. My experience includes work with advertizing (fliers, phone cards, etc.), generating scale models for furniture construction,and preparing graphics for use in textbooks, among other projects. I am also highly proficient in photo retouching & editing, and preparing albums for simchas. I have excellent spacial-relationship facility & attention to detail. I work efficiently to meet the needs of time-sensitive projects.

I have a bachelor's degree (B.A.) from Thomas Edison University. I am available for in-house and/or telecommuting projects. References and portfolio are available on request.

Thank you in advance. A gutten chodesh.

Yehoshua Solomon

57 Year Old Looks 27
Local Woman Reveals Wrinkle Secret That Has Doctors Angry.

Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Fw: 10 lessons

Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

From: Rochel Eisner <>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 09:26:46 -0800 (PST)
To: Rabbi Goldberger<>
ReplyTo: Rochel Eisner <>
Subject: 10 lessons

Attaching 10 lessons booklet.   Have a great day.
All the Best,
Rochel Eisner
Creative Director
Chief Copywriter
Pen & Paper Writing
(732) 771-7378

Monday, February 20, 2012

Fw: Free Shmiras Einayim App for Blackberry

Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

From: Yaakov Simon <>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 18:46:04 -0500
To: Rabbi Goldberger<>
Subject: Free Shmiras Einayim App for Blackberry

Dear Rabbi Goldberger, shlita

Below appears a link to downloading a free app for the blackberry that prevents your browser from accessing the Interenet without a password.  This password is then held by the organization "Guard Your Eyes." (This organization encourages and educates about shmiras ainayim.  They also help prevent and help treat addiction to inappropriate websites.)

Please publicize.  Thanks.

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From: <>
Date: Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 6:01 PM
Subject: The Shmiras Ainayim Chizuk List - #275

"Shmiras Ainayim" Chizuk E-Mail (No. 275)
"I have made a treaty with my eyes"... Iyov 31:1

Happy Announcement    


New App for the Blackberry from GYE - FREE!


GuardYourEyes paid a professional programmer to design an App for the Blackberry (OS 5 and up) that locks your browser and sends the password to GYE to hold for you.


The App is FREE, LeZiukui Harabim!


See this page to download the app and read more about it.


Pass on the word to your friends, and be Mezake the Rabbim!


Tizku Lemitzvos!


Some great posts on our forum from the warriors of GYE

Posted by "Bochur28":
One idea that helps me guard my eyes is what the Ibn Ezra says on the mitzvah of "Lo sachmod - do not covet". He asks, how can the Torah command us to not covet? It's not really in our control and it's so easy to stumble in, so how can it be a mitzvah? The answer is - says the Ibn Ezra - that just as a pauper knows that it's not shayach for him to marry a princess and hence he does not desire her, so too, each one of us must not desire things that the Ribono shel Olam has not given us, since it's not shayach to us. And we should know that if we in fact had them, it would not be good for us anyway.


Posted by "Ano-nymous":

Whenever a bad thought comes to me, I think of an image of a beautiful waterfall, and the bad images leave immediately. I'm working on not staring in the streets. A couple times I had to literally tear my head away. This is so hard sometimes that it hurts me to do it. But the Yetzer Hara tricks you by getting you to look into the future. He says "look how much you enjoy this! How are you going to go without this for such a long time?". He used this to keep me from seriously trying to stop for years, but now I just look at today. I also look backwards and see how far I've come. But I try not to look ahead. Trying to imagine how hard it will be in the future is like looking down from atop a tightrope. You will fall and severely hurt yourself. So, DON'T LOOK DOWN! Just look at today. 
As we say in Kriyas Shema twice a day: "Asher Anochi Metzavecha Hayom - which I have commanded you today!"

Please help us continue helping Yidden. 


Please use our new donation page.


Credit Card donations by phone: 646-600-8100 


Checks can be written out to "GYE Corp" and mailed to:

GYE Corp.

P.O Box 32380 

Pikesville, MD 21282



Tizke Lemitzvos!


GYE is a recognized 501(c)(3) organization and donations to us are tax deductible.



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Getting Ready

It is better to increase giving gifts to the poor than to spend more on ones own meal & on gifts to friends. There is no greater & more glorious JOY than to cause joy to the poor ,orphans , widows & converts. One who brings joy to them is compared to Hashem. !!
Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

More Torah

Consider - if you have a few minutes to spare & you can use to invest in Torah study or in making some more money , what should you do ?

Mishlei 8:10 says go for the Torah. You will gain many benefits for this world & for the world to come , without any losses. Whereas if you choose the funds ... See Rabeinu Bechai at the beginning of Teruma.
Now may be a good time for a gem of Torah study.