Resultados da Pesquisa "Carro"
Endommager le bien d'autrui en pensant le rembourser.
Question : Bonjour, j'habite dans un immeuble où il y a beaucoup d'occupants, bli ayin ara. Nous avons un parking privé pour y garer notre voiture. Baroukh Achem, j'ai une voiture et je la gare là-bas, car de toute façon, nous habitons un quartier où on ne trouve pas à se garer. J'ai un voisin qui se gare à coté, mais il y a un problème. En effet, bli ayin ara pour lui, il a une grosse voiture et lorsque je dois sortir la mienne, je dois faire attention de ne pas lui érafler la carrosserie. Il se gare du mieux qui peut, mais il oublie très souvent de rabattre ses rétroviseurs extérieurs. C'est quand même possible de sortir, mais ça prend plus de temps. Je lui ai fait la remarque plusieurs fois, mais il est étourdi. En plus, ça ne fait pas très longtemps que j'ai eût mon permis. Aussi, j'ai pensé à l'aider de s'en rappeler tout simplement en lui éraflant sa voiture exprès. Bien sûr, je lui paierais les frais, sans même passer par l'assurance pour qu'il n'ait pas de malus. Je voulais savoir si j'ai le droit de faire cela. Merci pour votre réponse !
The Traditional Passover Meal
Salutations Rabbi, I have a question pertaining to the traditional Passover meal. The traditional Seder dinner typically includes gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, brisket or roast chicken, potato kugel and carrot and prune tzimmes. Now, we know that none of these foods originated in ancient Israel - they're from a later period in Jewish history during the diaspora and after the destruction of the Temple. But my question is, what would have been a traditional Passover meal in ancient Israel? What would have been the traditional Passover meal for people living at the time of King Solomon or the Prophet Isaiah? What would have been the Passover meal for people living in the time of Herod's Temple? Thank you, Joshua Flaugher
How to educate a child not to be jealous of his brother?
Thank G-d, we have two children, a boy of two and half years and a six months old baby. We try to make sure they are not jealous of each other or feel that either of them is preferred over the other, but the two year old hits the baby at almost every opportunity. And when he is with children his age, he becomes controlling, doesn’t share with them, and will even become violent to get his way. Soon he will start nursery and we want to put an end to his behavior. What should we do???
Sonhou com uma serpente? O que significa?
O Que Significa Sonhar com Cobra? O que acontece se a cobra me morde no sonho? As pessoas têm medo de cobras e ficam com medo quando sonham com eles. Pode ser ainda mais assustador quando a cobra te morde no sonho. Mas vamos ver nesta pergunta e resposta que, segundo o Talmud isso é realmente uma coisa muito boa! P: Olá. Eu tive um sonho que eu estava andando com um amigo em um carro indo para sua casa que está fora em campo aberto. Nós estávamos dirigindo quando eu falei: "olha que cobra grande"! Meu amigo que estava sentado ao lado da janela aberiou-lá de propósito e parece-me que ele foi mordido pela cobra. O que isso significa? Eu gostaria de ouvir o que você tem a dizer? Obrigado, Meital
Causou danos em veículos sem deixar dados pessoais.
Ao decorrer dos anos eu causei danos à veículos estacionados, e não deixei dados pessoais. O que é possível fazer para se pagar esses danos?
Educating the child
I have a question that consists of two questions ... My 5-year old son is in a Orthodox kindergarten and we are a family who became religious over the time. This week I had a talk with his teacher who said that my child is very lively but that doesn’t disturb her. What does bother her is that he is chutzpadik and the other children are influenced by him. Even at home, I feel he is chutzpadik but not at the level that she says. He’s a little bit chutzpadik at home and we try to stop him as soon as he starts up, but sometimes he does not listen or he laughs in our faces. I put him in his room until he calms down but it just calms him down for that moment and doesn’t deter him for the future. In the kindergarten, it reached a point where the teacher had to chase him to obey her and he even dared to call her “stupid”- a word which he never heard in our house!!! I want to emphasize that there is no TV in my house. We tried all ways to talk with him and punish him but nothing worked and we’ve reached a situation where every day he brings a note from the kindergarten teacher. If he does a good deed, he gets a gift and if not, then he doesn’t. My question is whether this is the right way? And if not, then what is?? My husband claims that the person responsible for my son's deterioration is my father’s son (my father divorced and married again and he has a 9 year old son who is also chutzpadik). He comes to us every Shabbat with my father and they have a TV in their home (they do not observe Torah and its commandments) and his son teaches my son all kinds of nonsense and things not appropriate to the education that we have in our house. My husband asked me to tell my father not to bring his son with him, but I am very close to my father and he would be very offended if I tell him not to bring his son ... what am I supposed to do? Tell him not to bring his son for the sake of my child’s education and my domestic harmony? If so how do I do that? This is very important and urgent because I am really at a loss!