Saturday, May 28, 2022

Oorahthon 2022 Live!

 
The Biggest Event of the Year!

Friday, May 27, 2022

Guy Helps a Raven Drink From Fountain and Gets Bit

Tower of London, London, UK.

A day out at the Tower of London a Raven jumped on the water fountain, my friend Ben turned on the faucet so the Raven could have a drink. After he had his drink, the Raven decided to take a bite of Bens's finger. Ouch!

Secret Shul Tunnel

This Moscow Shul, has a secret... a secret tunnel located next to the Aron Kodesh where Jews would escape if there was a pogrom.

Thursday, May 26, 2022

Amish Moving a Shed

Hillsboro, Wisconsin.

The owner had the shed moved to make way for a new house. The shed measured 45x72 and took approximately 300 men to move it.

Help Us Get Through this Stage in Our Life

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Our three older kids forgot what it means to have new shoes to start the season. The bank calls almost daily to remind us of the swelling minus, and we’ve wracked up a frightening bill at the grocery… We have no way to make it through the month. I’m ashamed to admit that my husband and I are forgoing the very basics so we can give at least the minimum to our kids…

Please, dear brothers and friends!

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I’m crying out to you from a terrible place of distress, a place that no one should ever reach…

Don’t leave me alone! Help us get through this stage in our life, and in this merit, you should only know comfort, happiness and peace of mind always!

The Story of Rabbi Shais Taub | Breaking The Stigma

Meaningful People #83

Rabbi Shais Taub is a world-renowned columnist, author and lecturer and is known for his work in the field of addiction recovery. NPR dubbed him “an expert in Jewish mysticism and the 12 Steps” and The New York Times has deemed him “a phenomenon.”. He wrote a popular weekly column in Ami Magazine for 8 years and is the author of the bestselling book, G-d of Our Understanding: Jewish Spirituality and Recovery from Addiction as well as several groundbreaking works on Tanya.

Rabbi Taub’s interest in the field of addiction sprang from his work in a Milwaukee Chabad House with Jewish men in recovery. He lives with his wife, Brocha, and their children, in the Five Towns. For speaking engagments or to reach Rabbi Shais Taub, Please email Info@soulwords.org

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Wednesday, May 25, 2022

ATIME Auction Live 5782




Starting at 9:30 PM. ATIME Live Auction Drawing.

You don't want to miss this one of a kind show hosted by Naomi Nachman.

Featuring The Rebbetzin and The Therapist, The Comic Cook, Malkie Knoepfler, Personal Journeys and much more. Winners will be called live at 12AM Sharp


ATIME is devoted to assisting childless Jewish couples yearning for a baby of their own. We turn sighs of distress into sighs of contentment, transform tears of despair to tears of joy. We make dreams come true, one miracle at a time.

Yeshiva Torah Lishma - Bnei Brak

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קליפ סוחט דמעות שהופק לקראת ועידת 'לבנותם' של ידידי ישיבת תורה לשמה "לחיות באושר, ולעבוד את ה' בשמחה" זו משאלת הלב שכל בחור שואל. זו הבקשה שכל ילד ונער זכאי לה.

She Requires Urgent, Life-saving Treatment Abroad

The tumor in her brain is endangering her life, and she requires urgent, life-saving treatment abroad to save her.

I wish I’d never told mommy that my head hurts.

Because now, it hurts so much more.

Instead of going every day to kindergarten and playing with my friends, I go every day to the hospital where it hurts so much.

I’m weak and tired, and I’m always throwing up. Sometimes, I’m too tired to hold my dolly.

My pretty hair, which Mommy braided every morning, is gone.

Now I wear a sheitel, like a Mommy. But I don’t like it. It’s itchy and uncomfortable.
And everyone stares.

Once, I used to like looking the mirror and playing with my dolly, but now I hate it. I’m fat, my skin is gray and I look ugly.

The treatments and medicines and shots did this to me.

Mommy and Tatty tell me that soon, soon, it’ll be over.

But how soon is soon? And it hurts so much!

Why is this happening to me???

I’m a good girl. I always help at home, and I listen to my teacher.

Why do I deserve this?

Mommy tells me to daven to Hashem, because He loves me and is the only one Who can help.

Every day, I go to a corner and I start to cry. I tell Hashem that if He makes me better, I’ll be good always. I won’t fight, and I’ll share all my toys.

I ask Him to please, please just make me get better!


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Please click here to help a little girl live

I flew off to America with my Tatty and Mommy, and baruch Hashem, the surgery was successful, because the doctors said that it was my only chance to live.

Hopefully, I’ll start feeling better soon.

But I still see Mommy looking so, so worried.

Last night, when she thought I was asleep, I heard her tell Tatty that they still haven’t paid the doctor for the surgery. She also said that even though I’ve had the surgery, I still need a whole bunch of treatments when we get back to Eretz Yisrael, and that they don’t have the money to pay for them.

She also talked about how much debt there is at home, and how hard it is for all the kids now that we’re so far away, and if they’ll ever manage to get back on their feet.

Then she started to cry…

It’s awful when a Mommy cries. I wanted to cry too, but I didn’t want her to know that I’d heard everything, so I pretended to be asleep…And then I really did fall asleep.

I want to get better. I’ve learned to close my eyes and I let them prick me whenever they want.

But who knows if there will be any more treatments, because my parents can’t afford anything else.

I’ve come so far, and everyone is hoping that we’re almost at the end.

Help us get there!

I know that you want me to live!

If you do, please help my parents!

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My parents need your help, and it’s a mitzvah to help them. They need tzedakah so they can pay the doctors and for everything else.

I have 16 brothers and sisters waiting for me at home in Eretz Yisrael.

I miss them, and they miss me. I just want to go home already.

Only because of your help and your tefillos, was I able to have this surgery.

Only because of your tefillos did the surgery succeed.

Now I need your help and tefillos to continue treatment.

And please continue davening for me!
  ברכה צעריל בת רוחמה יהודית

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1967 - Channel 2 Goes Color for First Time

April 14, 1967.

Ari Lesser's Rapping & Rhyming Pirkei Avos

Ari Explains How he writes his songs, and raps for us acapella.