Wherever I may be, my blog turns toward Eretz Yisrael
Oh--this is one of the best I have seen yet this Purim. Love it!
lol :) very funny-Some might take it seriously though. On the surface, it looks like men are superior, but really men and women are equal. The two genders have different roles, but they are both important. I think that instead of looking at what men have, we women should look at what we have, ie. the mitzvah of taharas hamishpacha and mikva, preparing for shabbos and lighting the candles, raising the next generation, and helping the community, etc. There are many great women who give excellent lectures like Tziporah Heller, Shira Smiles and others. - The purpose of the mitzvot is to serve Hashem, and so we shouldn't think about what we want to do, but what Hashem wants from us. And we should remember that eventhough men and women have different roles, we are still equal. In fact, because of our different roles, we compliment each other and both bring something to the world and each other.
Just wonderin' Jameel what your wife had to say about this. Cold soup, indeed. :)
Baila: My wife had nothing to say about this; G-d bless her, she was too busy making waffles for mishloach manot!
Wait--I thought YOU made the waffles!And you owe me!
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