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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

No Takers

In my last post I asked for anyone having ways and means (eitzas) to deal with nisyunos on the internet to share them with us.

No reponse.

Do we (1) not have nisyonos, or (2) not deal with them?


Anonymous chaim said...


3:04 PM  
Blogger TheProf said...

That's a nice eitza to catch your children. It seems that Leapa was asking for an eitza on how to counteract your own nisyonos of the internet. basically the same eitza as any other life nisyonos, learn Torah, mussar and/or chasidus, and after all that is said and done, pray real hard for s'yato d'shomayo.

5:20 PM  

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