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Zman Tefillah by Chassidim
Dear Rabbi, I did not grow up chassidish, but I saw many times chassidim that were davening after zman tefillah of Shachrit, and sometimes even in the afternoon. Does this have any halachic basis, like, can I do it too?
5 Step Approach for Reducing Anxiety - Watch
With increasing financial stress, health issues & worldwide political unrest, anxiety continues to rise. Psychotherapist Aryeh Sampson provides a 5 step approach fro reducing anxiety in J-TV's Mental Health Crash Course
How to Deal with Depression - Watch
There are over 300,000,000 people who suffer from depression worldwide. What can be done to overcome depression and anxiety? Psychotherapist Aryeh Sampson elaborates in J-TV's Mental Health Crash Course
Special Prayer for Children's Good Health from the Chidah
A prayer for parents to recite for the health of their children, and any other person who needs good health
How to Build Healthy Self-Esteem - Watch
Low self-esteem is the root of many psychological problems. What is the key to building your self-esteem? Psychotherapist Aryeh Sampson elaborates in J-TV's Mental Health Crash Course
7 Superfoods that Will Boost Your Health
Healthy eating patterns have been shown to provide significant health benefits. Try adding these food items to your diet
1. Nivul Peh 2. Olam HaBa 3. Gay issues
Dear Rabbi, I greatly appreciate the provision of this service. I learned of the organization recently and had the z'chuis of making a donation to the Lag B'Omer appeal. If I may, I wish to pose 3 queries: 1. What constitutes nivul p'eh? What words are forbidden? Are the "F" word or the "s" word permissible? Does it depend on context?. May one read literature or listen to songs that contain nivul peh, such as rap music, which I am mad for? 2. Do any of the texts (Zohar, Midrash, Gemara) discuss that which happens to deceased non-Jews? When one says Kaddish, lights a yahrzeit candle=, learns Torah, fasts or donates tzedaka in the merit of decased Gentiles, does it have any impact on the neshama ( does it derive pleasure, is it elevated to a higher plane, can it be rescued from Gehenna? Will non Jews be resurrected? 3. I informed the rabbi who superintended my geirus that I am gay. I was informed that orientation is not problematic. One must refrain from prohibited actions. Are any of the following permissible to a gay Jewish man: shaking a woman's hand listening to a woman sing being secluded with a woman I would appreciate any insights or referral to sources. I thank the rav. The rav and all Hidabroot staff, and subscribers and program participants should experience always health peace and prosperity and growth in Torah and mitzvos always. Lommer deleben Moshiach. Respectfully, Bill
Melaveh Malka for women
Question: My wife and I always try to be careful to eat Melaveh Malka on Motzei Shabbat. After Havdalah we sit down and wash on the leftover Challah and sing Zemirot. In the winter it is fine because we can push it off and have pizza. In the summer though it has become hard for my wife since she is full from Seudat Shlishit. Do women really have to eat Melaveh Malka?
Marital Harmony: How Much Must I Sacrifice for the Sake of Peace?
If a husband works to overcome the urge to argue, and invests energy in appeasing his wife until there is peace between them, then he will benefit from a high quality life, a generous income, good health and more
Ensuring Healthy Communication In Marriage
Ignoring the problem and hoping it will go away won’t do a thing
10 kilos par mois : une blogueuse partage sa recette secrète pour une satiété permanente
Une blogueuse du site Healthy Life Guide, partage sa recette pour obtenir une boisson particulièrement copieuse...
To the Rabbi: I am extremely nervous about the upcoming Purim. I have a neighbor who doesn’t like me very much and makes a little crazy. Last year Purim for Mishloach Manot he gave me something I don’t like or can’t have, on purpose. I am diabetic and can’t stand the taste of coffee. Last year he thought it was funny to give me a container of coffee, a packet of sugar and a thermos full of hot water. I was then angry the rest of the day it ruined my Seudat Purim. I am afraid he will do it again. If he does that again this year, can I just give it back to him and tell him that he can’t fulfill Mishloach Manot in this manner?
Eating On Shabbat
Hello, my question is as follows: In all the Shabbat songs in the siddur it's always mentioned how we need to feel the O'neg-Shabbat by eating nice pieces of tender/fatty meat. However, eating fatty portions of meat could be very delicious but quite unhealthy. Also, Challa breads can also be unhealthy due to all the carbs. It says "Ve'Nishmartem Le'nafshotechem" - out body is Kli-Kodesh. And by eating unhealthy food as such, on Shabbat - despite the O'neg Shabbat, - could be very unhealthy for our bodies. It is actually causing me to get fatter. My question ; does it have to be fatthy portions of mean and a lot of challa in order to feel the O'neg Shabbat? What if I dont want to eat Challah bread on Shabbat? What if I just want to eat Healthier food such eating a large salad all day on Shabbat? or eating very lean meat? Thank you, Yaakov
Amazing Health Benefits of Green Tea
Green Tea can improve brain function, burn fat, lower risks of cancer, improve dental health and more. Learn how to prepare the ideal cup of Green tea
“Hanukkah Gelt 101”
Giving your children a healthy perspective on money.
Twice Blessed Twice Challenged
One woman’s journey to help her daughters
Basic Tips for Eating Healthy
Do you find it difficult to change old eating habits? Here are a few simple tips that will help you make small but meaningful changes
Synchronizing Your Body-Clock and Behavior
Establishing a regular eating schedule is critical to healthy living
Keeping Healthy - Rule C: Cleansing the Body of Accumulated Toxic Waste
The problem with waste accumulation is not solely in the accumulation itself. The problem lies in the fact that the waste is partially absorbed, pollutes the various systems of the body and causes other cumulative damages
Keeping Healthy - Rule B: Regulating the Amount of Food Intake
Contrary to popular belief, eating large amounts of healthy food is not necessarily a good thing. The truth is, that one of the reasons for death is excessive food consumption – even if it is composed of healthy ingredients