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"Where does it say that you have a contract with G-d to have an easy life?"

the Lubavitcher Rebbe



"Failure is not the enemy of success; it is its prerequisite."

Rabbi Nosson Scherman



10 Nov 2014

The way we treat our cell phone

Khamenei Threatens to Annihilate Israel – After Obama Sends Him Secret Letter

Op-Ed: Why and When was the Myth of al-Aqsa Created?


A federal jury found a Palestinian immigrant charged with immigration fraud guilty on Monday for failing to disclose her conviction and imprisonment in a Jerusalem supermarket bombing that killed two people.
Continue reading: http://bigstory.ap.org/article/481660d6167c4b5b83f9916d0e2785ac/jury-deliberates-fate-palestinian-bomb-convict


I received a couple of items in emails this morning which I thought I would pass on to you below. The video below had the subject line, "What a Kiddush Hashem."
I agree.



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2 comments:

  1. First, it was great to see that an observant Jew with a kippah on his head was filmed fo the TV show for all to see performing the mitzvah and the right thing to do in everyone's eyes. As far as a $50. bill just lying on the ground with no identification of any kind attached to it and people just walking by because they didn't notice it, so when someone did see it, it was his/her right to pick it up and keep it. This is according to Torah; it was on a public street and could have been there for quite a while, so there's no one to claim it as his/her own. Common sense is what Torah is.

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  2. There is a shul in Brooklyn called Benei Binyamin who built lockers for cell phones before entering the shul.. No cell phones are allowed in the shul. A big Kiddush Hashem..

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