Tweet Ashley Blaker balances many worlds with great aplomb. Professionally, he is an award-winning comedy writer and producer for BBC by day and a highly successful British stand-up comedian by night. At home, he is a member of a close-knit Orthodox Jewish community outside of London and father of six, including two children with autism and an adopted child with Down Syndrome. In both worlds, he appears in modest Orthodox garb, sporting a beard, peyot behind his ears and exposed tzitzit. In a one-man, minute performance, Blaker regales the audience with glimpses into the humor of his experiences as an ultra-Orthodox TV producer and comedian. His comedy is clever and uncompromising. He is careful not to cross the line into impropriety and yet he is thoroughly engaging and cleverly humorous. He bonds with his audience through warmth, sincerity and at times actual interchange.
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It was a joke, son. Did you guys reject humor, too? LiteKeeper You apparently didn’t read the NT very carefully. The testimony of the angels at Christ’s birth, the testimony of the Father at His baptism, and the testimony of the mass of eyewitnesses to His resurrection speak clearly to His divinity. If He alone was the witness to His own divinity, that might be worth questioning; but the very voice of God is a little more difficult to deny.
Once Bnei Yisroel recived the Torah, Moshe had elevated all of Bnei Yisroel to his level. When Korach and his followers told Moshe “The entire assembly all of them are holy” they were asserting that now that all of Bnei Yisroel were on the same spiritual level as Moshe.
Wanna sneak a peek, spy, pry, and snoop, To consider yourself ‘in the Lipa loop’? I’ll give you a heads-up – here’s the Lipa spin: If you’re outta the action, and wanna get in, Just listen to my 8 great CD releases; With each one, you’ll notice, the thrill just increases. Some songs are blockbusters, smash hits and showstoppers, Some lyrics are bestsellers, epic chart-toppers; Born March 17, – But some say I still haven’t ‘grown up,’ to date.
As number eleven out of a full dozen, Mein getreye mishpucha vel ich keinmal farluzzen. My song styles tend to ‘drey yeddem ah kup’ – My critics turn thumbs down, my fans say ‘thumbs up! For all my successes, ‘ich dank nar dem Boreh,’ And for all my messes. Foreseeing a great cantorial career in his future, at the age of eighteen the famed Cantor David Kusevitsky took him under his personal tutelage. Growing up, Moshe learned to sing in seven different languages and eventually decided to follow in the spiritual path of his father who was a rabbi and his grandfather, who was a cantor in Austria.
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The Partial View Thinking out loud; discussing and debating the current issues and challenges affecting the Torah and yeshiva communities such as population growth, dangers of technology, parnassah, shidduchim, financial support of Torah and Chesed institutions, news of the yeshiva world and reviewing frum blogs,Torah media outlets. This video was shown about the faces of poverty in Eretz Yisrael. He spoke about his bekiyus and yashrus he was a bor sid shein maabed tipah but more so was a maayan hamisgaber.
Nov 17, · My zaidehs were stubborn dating back to har sinai we are an am kshe oref. and your going to be mechanech us mechadash?? we are akashanim. He said the abundance of money in Klal yisrael is here for people who have vision and achrayus to help the bnei Torah.
Being honest, it is probably even a surprise to me that I am not a feminist. To look at my career path, my lifestyle choices for the majority of my life to date, and even my attitude – I believe that all to often I have exuded that feminist air. And let me tell you, I’ve been exuding it for quite sometime – I had a talk with my dad during my pre-teen years where I was telling him that I would need a car when I started dating because there is no way I was going to let myself be carted around at the whim of some boy.
Despite all the attitude to the contrary, this just wasn’t who I was, who I am, at the core of my being. And the separating of that attitude from my true self has been quite the journey – one that I suspect may take awhile longer yet. This self discover and separation from attitudes I’ve adopted from the secular world is challenging. Lately I’ve realized, as I examine my day’s actions during hitbodedute personal prayer , that many of my actions that I need to make teshuva for come during the times when who I believe I truly am collides with who I have historically been acting like.
I have a lot of these types of internal conversations:
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Bnei Brak – Outgoing defense minister Avigdor Lieberman was seen in Bnei Brak after visiting Sar HaTorah HaRav Chaim Kanievsky, shlita. The purpose of the visit was not clear, but some Israeli media are reporting that Lieberman came to write a letter in a Sefer Torah that is being dedicated by his family member. fbce
Though many are Jews with a solid foundation in their faith, many are secular and just learning. No, not the traditional text essays, commentary and articles you can already find daily, but an explosion of interactive audio lectures. What makes it really wonderful is it doesn’t matter if you are experienced in Gemara, or just starting to read Humash, there is something for everyone through an audio platform known as Paltalk. The catalyst for this technology is a 39 year old Jewish man from Long Island.
New York’s own Jason Katz, an attorney and entrepreneur who developed Paltalk audio in Paltalk is an audio chat service which has hundreds of topics from food, to politics to hobbies. At any given time on Paltalk hundreds of thousands of people are speaking to one another-free of charge-across the globe.
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A gabbai called someone up for an Aliya. Yaamod, Reuven ben Shimon Shlishi. Then, it turns out that Reuven isn’t Jewish (he thought he was, his mother had a reform conversion and he thought that was.
Parshat Korach Jun 11, “They Korach and his assembly gathered together against Moses and against Aaron and said to them It is much for you! For the entire assembly, all of them, are holy and Hashem is among them, so why do you exalt yourselves over the Congregation of Hashem? He possessed Ruach HaKodesh. How did he allow himself to rebel against Moshe?
After numerous attempts to convince Korach and his men to retreat and put an end to their path of self-destruction, Moshe finally agreed to prove he was just in his divinely commanded choices. Moshe told Korach and his men that “If Hashem will create a new creation and the earth opens its mouth and swallows them and all that is theirs
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Shalom bayit Marital harmony, known as “shlom bayit,” is valued in Jewish tradition. The Talmud states that a man should love his wife as much as he loves himself, and honour her more than he honours himself;  indeed, one who honours his wife was said, by the classical rabbis, to be rewarded with wealth. Traditionally, the obligations of the husband include providing for his wife.
Sep 14, · Ulah says that this verse (the reference to 30 silver pieces in Zechariah ) corresponds to the 30 commandments that the Bnei Noach accepted upon themselves, [and yet] they only uphold three of them.
I am from Germany and 26 years old. I am studying for a PhD in English Literature at the moment and came across your site while browsing. Since many years I have been searching for MY religion — a girl from the southern German countryside, raised a Roman Catholic… And so very often I feel that spiritual connection with judaism. There were times when I celebrated Kabbalat Shabbat, read a lot about judaism and went into it.
But still I lacked the Jewish background — and the Jewish infrastructure. In the end I left it. But it came up again, so I contacted both the Rabbis here in Munich to be allowed to go to synagogue and talk to them. The Orthodox rabbi unfortunately told me that there was no way for me to judaism as I was together with a Roman Catholic who wanted to stay so. I am now happily married to that man whom I love deeply.