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Som Gedaliah will be on Sunday, September 28. Fast begins at 5:38 am and ends at 7:14 pm. Minhah with tefillin will be at 6:15 pm.
Mabrook to Benny and Batya Rishty on the birth of a baby girl. Mabrook to the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joey Rishty and Mr. and
Mrs. Joey Kohen. Mabrook to the great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Safdieh.
Mabrook to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Safdeye on the birth of a baby girl. Mabrook to the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Aslan Safdeye and
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Moyal.
Condolences to Dr. Charles Abady on the passing of his mother.
Condolences to Mr. Barry Shiloach on the passing of his mother
Welcome to Ohel Simha Park Avenue Synagogue
295 Park Ave, Long Branch NJ 07740
Phone: (732) 571-2711
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The Rabbi’s Message
"Hashem created you forgetful and you forgot your
Creator." (Debarim 32:18)
There was once a person who owed many people money, and
every time they asked him for it he would get under tremendous
pressure and have no way to respond. One day, his friend saw his
suffering and suggested to him that any time a creditor asked him
for money he should act crazy as if he cracked from the pressure of
his financial burden. This way, they would eventually leave him
alone. Sure enough, every time one of his creditors approached
him for money he would talk about the weather, the stock market,
etc., and carry on as if he'd snapped. In no time, the word was out
that he had lost his mind because of his financial burden and
people start leaving him alone. One day, the original friend who
gave him this idea approached him and told him that the loan that
he had given him was due. This so called crazy fellow began to
carry on like he did for his other creditors. His friend then replied,
"I gave you the idea to do this and you're trying to pull it off on
Hashem created a human being with the ability to forget his
problems and worries. Without this, a person would be overcome
with all of the burdens life has to offer. If a person forgets Hashem
or his obligation to keep the Torah and misvot, he is acting like the
fellow in the story, since he is using the very gift that Hashem gave
him for his benefit against his Benefactor. Let's not forget this
lesson. Shabbat Shalom. Tizku Leshanim Rabot.
Rabbi Shmuel Choueka
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SEPTEMBER 26-27, 2014 3 TISHREI 5775
Friday Minhah: 6:10 pm Shaharit: 5:48, 7:00, 8:15, 8:45 & 9:00 am
Candlelighting: 6:29 pm Morning Shema by: 9:03 (MA), 9:47 (GRA)
Evening Shema after: 7:27 pm Shabbat Classes: 4:45 pm
Shabbat Minhah: 6:00 pm
Shabbat Ends: 7:30 pm (R”T 8:02 pm)
Weekday Minhah: 5:40, 6:00, 6:30 pm