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Texting in Judaism

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Texting in Judaism

What does Judaism say about texting?
Cell Phone, Prayer

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Anonymous Sedona May 24, 2015

Modah Ani It is a newly-formed habit of mine to say Modah Ani when I rise, and I really do think there is a difference when I begin a day with gratitude and in conversation with Hashem. Reply

Michael A Gallegos California May 22, 2015

Great video Reply

Anonymous Yerushalayim May 21, 2015

Very Inspiring.Thank You!! Reply

DL May 20, 2015

Niiice.! I like. Reply

Debby Bruck Cary May 19, 2015

Modernization of Prayer Dear Rabbi Greenberg - I found your 'short' talk quite inspiring. At first, I was wondering if there was a text address for God, so I could start to send Him daily messages. I laughed, kind of like the way children write letters to the North Pole to Santa Claus. Now, that I think further, I believe we need to use our mouth to speak out loud our prayers, intentions and thoughts to bring them into the material world. So, always check your text messages for any mistakes, miscommunications and the most succinct meaning before sending and don't let the application automatically spell-check or it may not turn out as you planned. This was a super question and answer. Blessings, Debby Reply

Anonymous NC May 19, 2015

Thank you I loved this video. Wonderful insights. Thank you. Reply

Listen for two minutes. Think about it all day. Brief Torah insights from Rabbi Dov Greenberg.
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