Parshat Pekudei: Taking Inventory
The Big 4: The Train's Almost Here


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the kehilla we used to belong couple of years ago was making purim shpil making fun of people with iphones. i refused to participate. i felt it wasnt kosher. this year my daughter refused to dress up like person from meah shaarim throwing rockseven though she definitely doesnt support this behavior. if we want people to improve - sarcastic public embarrassment is not the method but will only increase sinat hinum. i think purim shpils are main yatzer hora of purim to turn in into non kosher

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