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A Tznius Call-to-Action – Part 3

So in the last post, we set out that when women dress and act provocatively, it’s usually because they’re looking for attention on the street, to make up for a lack of positive attention in their home environment. We also touched on that…
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A Tznius Call-To-Action – Part 2

Moving past the blame game As the previous post touched on, the lack of tznius behaviour and dress on the religious Jewish street is highlighting the fact that a lot of things today are very messed up. It’s crazy that frum matrons are…
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A Tznius Call-to-Action – Part 1

A little while ago, I received an email from someone (heck knows how I got on their list… ) describing women in the most derogatory terms. They were ‘shameless animals’, who selfishly and thoughtlessly paraded around the Holy City in…
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The film of your life

Does it ever happen to you that you sometimes feel like you’re in some sort of weird screenplay of your own life? That never happened to me so much in London, but since I’ve lived in Israel, every week has had its own share of unusual events…
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Sarah and Avraham, circa 2015

Sarah came home to the tent one day very het up. Avraham came over to ask her what was troubling her, and Sarah let rip. “The ladies by the well are all talking about me! They’re telling me that instead of staying home and kneading dough…
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Girl power

Out of all the Sefirot, one, Malchut, is considered to be ‘female’. The main reason for this is because Malchut only receives, while the other sefirot all ‘give’, which according to the Torah is a male trait. Malchut is when you crown…