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Rabbi YY Jacobson Shares Stories & Responds to Children's Questions

Children Ask All Your Questions: Send Text To (845) 777-4747

1 hr 41 min

By Zalman Kleinman

Class Summary:

Rabbi YY Jacobson gave a special children's program and answered their questions live from his home in Monsey, NY. On Thursday, 1 Nissan, 5780, March 26, 2020

Children Ask All Your Questions: Send Text To (845) 777-4747 

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    Tzipi -4 years ago

    This is Also For Adults

    Im not a child, Im a savta- 66 years old. But I got so much our of this fabringen . Thank you. Im telling my grandchildren around the world to watch these programs. And Im sharing the stories with people over the phone and Whats App. Thank you!!!!!

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    Chananya Perlman -4 years ago

    Answer to the Riddle about the 3 people at the bus stop

    Get out of the car, let your pail and the old lady have the car, you stay with the man you want to have a meeting with
     
     

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    Moshe Isenberg -4 years ago

    Great idea having kids write questions.
    Great job answering them cold.
    Kept your equilibrium when tech failed. 

    Wasn't Hashem kind? He let us enjoy Purim and gave us plenty of time  to make an alternative pesach! 
    Just like fresh green bts mixup dorita, derabbonins and minhagim or less, so too many ffbs are mixing up the dorita of taking care of  health with the rabbonin of a minyan,  kriah, etc..  
    And now for constructive criticism: you have a  great range of  ages on the kids programs.  Many of  the  English words are college words, way above the little kids. Maybe pretand you're speaking to  your own younger kids, the older ones will get it too. 

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    Moshe -4 years ago

    Why was a rich successful businessman at a bus stop?

    Even if he can't drive, he  an take a taxi!

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    Toronto Family -4 years ago

    Thank you so much for the constant inspiration for the whole family!

    We texted our question a few times and kept getting the message that it was sent to a landline. Are we the only ones with this issue?

    Thank you!

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    levik -4 years ago

    working

    not working

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    sara esther pfeifer -4 years ago

    old lady

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    sara esther pfeifer -4 years ago

    dovid hamelach

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    Shalom Lichtman -4 years ago

    where can this be seen 

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    Efraim Blumenberg -4 years ago

    Phone access

    My Daughter does not have internet access. She has a house full of Kinderlech KAH at home. 

    Is your program accessible by telephone? 

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      [email protected] -4 years ago

      Shiurim Dial in phone 845-201-1933 Extension 0

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    Henny -4 years ago

    vital

    My husband has been involved in chinuch his whole life as a prominent Mashgiach in the Yeshiva world in Israel and abroad.  He espouses the dignity and respect between people and honesty and integrity in all our exchanges  with others. This is in a nutshell. As for me, I have worked as a mentor and guide for young women in preparation for the marriage relationship, both as a kalla teacher and as counselor.
     
    We both strongly believe that relating to children and young adults as individuals worthy of our attention and respect can mitigate many problems in the making. Many children and young people have questions and often not having someone in their lives who will listen and validate their questions can be that 'virus' that hibernates and infects spiritually and emotionally.  The children, and those 'children' among the adult population too, need tools with which to understand their questions even if they do not necessarily have answers.
     
    Your Children's Program addresses this and I am certain provides the platform for asking and responding to those heavy questions weighing on our minds in these troubling days.

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