Love life like yourself ?!?!?


Leah Kleims new ink, ‘Love life!!!’
January 19, 2010, 12:01 pm
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I did it just for you ! what should I et next
“just for today…lets get drunk” 😉

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

DO NOT GO OFF THE WAGON!!!

Comment by lovelifelikeyourself

Ya, We will be your sponsors. Do not take that drink.

Comment by F.F.B.

I have a suspended drivers licence, I dont think I can drive the wagon ! but Im doing it any way.

u got mail.

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

Question: According to Halachah, may a person whose body has tattoos be buried in a Jewish cemetery? Ho whose body has been pierced?
Answer: It is not prohibited to bury someone who has tattoos or body piercings in a Jewish cemetery. Although the Torah prohibits making a permanent tattoo on one’s body (VaYikra 19:28), doing so does not disqualify one from burial in a Jewish cemetery. Body piercing or mutilation is prohibited only in grief over a deceased friend or relative (as is common in some cultures), or if it is done to emulate a non-Jewish custom. In any case, it does not disqualify a person from burial in a Jewish cemetery.
Deliberate, permanent disfigurement of the body would also be prohibited. But such practices as ear piercing and cosmetic surgery (e.g., elective rhinoplasty) are not prohibited. The purpose of cosmetic surgery is to make the body more beautiful not to disfigure it.
All the Best,
Rabbi Azriel Schreiber
I was born to a Jewish family (I have a distinct tracable maternal lineage) but not raised religously. Now I am interested in learning the ways of Judaism but I have already gotten tattoos so what do I do now?
First of all, congratulations on embarking on your search of Judaism. Although it is forbidden to get a tattoo once it has been done there is no obligation to have it removed. You can have it removed at some point if you are interested. Good luck and feel free to ask any questions you might have as you continue your journey into Jewish learning.

Question: Is there scripture or command found in Torah which forbids marrying out of each tribe? In other words, could the daughters/sons of the tribe of Judah marry someone from any of the other tribes? How would they know this in modern times?
Answer: Towards the end of the Book of Numbers you will find the account of the daughters of Tzlofchad. Because they had no brothers, they were to inherit their father’s portion in Israel. Moshe then cautions them to marry cousins from the same tribe in order to keep the tribe’s portions intact. This requirement to only marry within the tribe was only in place for the first generation that actually divided up the land. Later generations were free to marry any Jew from any tribe as is the practice today.
All the Best,
Rabbi Azriel Schrieber

Question: My daughter has been assigned to interview a living person and write that living person’s obituary! I was horrified when I heard of this assignment. She feels it is “creepy’ and I feel it is in some way against Jewish law to write about a person as if they are already dead! She even said to me if something happened to that person, she would feel more than awful. Is it against a Jewish Law to do this. My instinct tells me it would be.
Answer: Thank you for your question. Although writing an obituary for a live person is not against Jewish law, it certainly is against Jewish sensitivities. Our Rabbis teach us, “Al Tiftach Peh L’Satan”- which means we should not leave an opening for the Satan to harm someone by talking about such potential harm that could occur, and this would seem to fit the bill. The assignment can just as well be written about someone who has already passed away, or an imaginary person. However, if the teacher insists that it be done in the way, and the interviewee has no problem with it, it cannot be said that it is against Jewish law.
Take care,
Rabbi Aaron Tendler

Last one and a Gutten Erev Shabbos.

Dear Rabbi,
If the Land of Israel is supposed to be flowing with milk and honey, why don’t we see that kind of abundance in the Land of Israel today?

Dear Mathew,
First of all, while Israel may not be oozing milk and honey, there is definitely an agricultural and material abundance, which in this semi-desert region is unprecedented in the last two millennia and far exceeds any other country of modern times in the area.
Israel has a thriving, modern, industrial, high-tech based economy as well as a broad, varied, productive, export-oriented agricultural market. This is due to great effort and ingenuity that is literally fueled by Israel’s need to survive.
Still, even if we are to understand the description of milk and honey as referring to material abundance alone, G-d doesn’t mean that this abundance is an indigenous, natural quality of the Land. Rather, there is a spiritual connection between the Jewish people on the Land and its bounty.
A proof is that the Land remained desolate for the last two thousand years because nature alone doesn’t sustain it. Even human enterprise could not cajole its growth, and other peoples and empires were not able to seduce its blessing. Even the industrious, powerful and modern Great Britain, after extensive geological surveys, concluded that the Land was basically useless for the needs of mass settlement and could never sustain a modern nation.
Considering this, the blessing enjoyed in Israel today is miraculous. Israeli effort and ingenuity alone is not enough without G-d commanding the Land to issue its bounty to His children on the Land. But the degree of that blessing also depends on the extent to which the Jewish people are acting as His children while in the Land. An appreciative and loyal son will enjoy the full bounty of his Father’s table; a brazen, self-centered son’s portion might be limited. Perhaps this is why we don’t see, despite the blessing, the Land flowing with milk and honey.
Interestingly, descriptions of the Land in Talmudic sources, written at a time when Jews had a very heightened awareness of G-d, portray a Land with such bounty. A rabbi was once walking through the countryside of Israel when he saw hundreds of robust she-goats eating luscious figs from large trees. The juice that burst forth from the figs mixed with milk oozing from the goats’ udders to form rivulets of milk and honey flowing down the valley. In another discussion, the Talmud describes the fruits growing on the bank of Lake Kinneret as being so luscious, potent and concentrated, that they were actually intoxicating.
This blessing was not only prosaic, but also so palpable that it had Halachic implications as well. We find that quantity or volume is relevant in many discussion of Halacha. These values are calibrated by the standard/average size of fruits such as a pomegranate, fig, date, olive or egg. From the Talmudic discussions of these “standard” volumes it becomes apparent that their olive was the size of our eggs, and their eggs were the size of our tomatoes. And in Biblical times, the fruits and produce were even larger!
This goes to show us that the material quality of “milk and honey” of the Land is a direct function of G-d’s willing the Jewish People there, and the extent to which they do G-d’s will there. If today that quality seems lacking, it may be because our connection to G-d is lacking. However, if we will endeavor to extract the spiritual milk and honey indigenous to the Land of Israel which is the Torah and the mitzvot, and we cause our lives to overflow with their sustenance and sweetness, then will G-d shower upon us both spiritual and material blessing in the Land.

Comment by Jer

it is not assur !!!!! my sister just got burried in a jewish cemitary with tattoos, the same halocha applies to victims of suicide. If you were out of sound mind when you did it it does not count. On another note…a Rav paskened that even if I wanted to I could not remove half of my tattoos because they containe the shaim Hashem.

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

There should be a movement for Jewish tatoos.

Comment by good

Too late, Kosher tattoos
https://lovelifelikeyourself.wordpress.com/?s=kosher+tattoos&submit=GO

Comment by X Factor

The shulchan aruch says that you have to fuck yyour wife only missionary style, it also says that you are supposed to have “torah thoughts” while doing it. So…No doggie style, no bitch on top etc…

But…The Rambam (who was a doctor and knew plenty much about your sexual , mental and physical health) Says…anything goes in the bed room, He dosent mention whos bedromm though( but we can drag up a gemmora about that, but gemmorah is only for arguments sake) So basicly you can bang me doggie style, because I HAVE TORAH THOUTS ON MY BACK ! 😉

XOXOXO Leah Kleim , sex halocha part who the fuck knows what. I’m going with the rambam !

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

I never knew you were a torah scholar.

Comment by Elton

I LEARN EVERY DAY ! WITH THE BEST OF THE BEST,. I DONT WATCH TV, LISTEN TO GOYISHE MUSIC OR READ GOYISHE BOOKS OR MAGAZINES. ALL MY “KNOWLEGDE” YHAY I HAVE OF THAT SHTICK DECK IS FROM WHEN I WAS MUCH YOUNGER.

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

The internet killed TV.

Comment by Jerk

GOOD !

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

Comment by X Factor

Shavuah tov!

Comment by X Factor

MAZEL TOV !

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

SIMAN TOV!

Comment by good

SHALOM ALECHEM !

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

Comment by Elton

ALECHEM SHALOM !

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

Comment by X Factor

I know her well.
http://leahkleimblog.blogspot.com/

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

I know her very well, her name is sara kanevsky.
http://leahkleimblog.blogspot.com/

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

I know her well, her name is sara kanevsky. she’s on my blog too. 😉

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

No KIDDING!!! HAAAA !!!

Comment by F.F.B.

I know everyone with “issues”

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

I passed out drunk in her house one night.

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

Realy? Now that is close. She is my hero!

Comment by X Factor

Does she have issues?

Comment by X Factor

“Issues” CHAS VESHOLOM ! Moshiach is here ! Just ask her 😉

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

you got mail, its a good link, deserves a spot !

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

OK , Maybe she is mashiack

Comment by F.F.B.

Just the rebbetzin ! 😉

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

You are the blogs rebbe.

Comment by F.F.B.

Long live the rebbe

Comment by narc

and the blogs !

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

p.s. I am the devil of all bloggers 😉

Comment by LEAH KLEIM




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