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Let's take a stroll down memory lane back to Yom Kippur and Sukkot, parents using their strollers to block the entrance of the shul, and Amazon leaving your packages where your neighbors can take them, with the Kibbitzer's pictures of laughter from last month. We want to thank David Kilimnick for sharing his anger at happiness expressed at the Kotel and little kids helping build Sukkahs.
Designated stroller parking area. Something every shul needs, so I can get through the entrance on Yom Kippur... Truth is they should have stroller parking all the time. Parents think the entrance is the right spot for strollers. Right where the door opens. Right at the spot where I can get in… Problem: Merv and Bernie will end up parking there. They already take the disabled parking spots and walk just fine. To get the good spot, when it comes to parking every member of our congregation is disabled. If they see the opportunity to park in the shul, they’ll be toddlers if they have to...
The Kol HaOlam Koolo circle at the Kotel. Beautiful. And it killed my Davening... I couldn't concentrate on my prayers, thanks to this act of brotherly love… This is what Yeshiva kids do now, with Tefillin on. A Hora. Shameful. I asked them to stop, as I won't part with tradition for shalom... When did singing and dancing start take the place of davening? Oy. How can you pray the Amida, circle dancing?... Side Note: It was nice to see them all together, holding hands, all different types and streams of people, all with kippot srugot (knitted yarmulkes). Even if they were Apikorsim, and not rebuking anybody for this heretical form of davening with smiles, the love took over the Kotel. Nobody attacked them, asides from myself. And yes, I am worried for the future of the Jewish people, with this kind of behavior from kids in the army.
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