so you NEED a job to realize your dreams. I wouldnt say its not a good idea, but its not needed, for from it. If you want to watch the Yankees win the world series you dont need a job, if you want to climb a mountain you may not need a job.Its amazing how you just LOOK for something to be critical of. Try looking for real flaws not your BS ones.
1) you need to pay for the television2) if not then you may want snacks during the game and you may have to like, pay for them.3) you need money to get to the mountain and for your equipment.Secondly, the point I was trying to make is that the Aish page on fufilling your dreams went through a lot of spiritual hocus pocus bull shit without saying the obvious that if you want to fufill your dreams, first start working and getting paid so that there is something to talk about.
so your a fatty...cant go a full baseball game without snacks?The dream is JUST to watch the game and can always go to bar, friends house for that...ie free.At least they try and offer a way for people accomplish their dreams. I dont see you offering ne thing but bashing their ideas. How would you say one go about it.Like how do you get that dream date with that guy who rejected you and made you so bitter against G-d fearing jew
1) i am straight. -.-2) does judaism teach you to make snide remarks?
Lol. I just skimmed their article, but I noticed that one comment said, "Very practical."Suuure. Which planet is this, again?
I would say that anonymous is JP, from the inane snide remarks, but he actually wrote more than two lines, so it must not be. Wow, the self-representing Orthodox Jews who come to the skeptic blogs seem to be quite bitter towards us. They also don't seem to observe the prohibition of ona'at devarim. Hm...
Margo, it's planet rabbi, cause if a rabbi says something 'it must be true.'
just like if a aish says something it MUST be false right?
finally posted again. Not just saying that to get readership, but i wanted your vote...read the blog and you will see what i mean
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