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The power of praying together as a community, the prohibition against tattoos, and the custom of visiting and praying at a cemetery.

Communal Prayer, Tattoos, and Visiting a Cemetery

Communal Prayer, Tattoos, and Visiting a Cemetery

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Communal Prayer, Tattoos, and Visiting a Cemetery

The power of praying together as a community, the prohibition against tattoos, and the custom of visiting and praying at a cemetery.
Cemeteries, Tattoos, Prayer, Minyan
Goldie Plotkin is co-director of Chabad of Markham in Thornhill, Ontario and director of the Torah Tots Pre-School. She was the keynote speaker at the International Convention of Shluchos in 2010.
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Darnell S Collier brooklyn October 2, 2016

Thank you!! Reply

Samantha Leon February 20, 2014

Is henna permissible, since it fades out in a few weeks? Reply

Dan Liebenthal Houston, TX January 8, 2014

About ka'akah Are you aware that the current tattoo craze was created by an Israeli Jew living in the USA, Ami James, who introduced the craze on the TLC program 'Miami Ink'? Reply

Chana Houston January 7, 2014

So you are taking a trip to the Ohel? Can I go to New York with you and visit the Ohel?

Chanah

Wonderful story about the professor and the cab driver. I knew it would end that way.

I know a similar story except it's not about the ohel. It's about when the Rebbe was alive. But because of that story, I knew how this one would turn out. Reply

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