Anything about JUDAISM
Anything about JUDAISM
profile | register | search

This is an archived site, for new discussion please see
Forums | | Post Reply Send Topic To a Friend
Author Topic
MODERATOR Posted - 02 October 2005 13:10
No Dvar Torah this year - there's no reason to create a new message when last year's applies even more now than it did then. We have a lot to thank Hashem for, and I dont want to lose that focus.

This year has been the most successful year in a string of BH very successful years for frumteens. In my wildest dreams, I never would have thought that this site would become so well known, so utilized, and so valued by so many people, frumteens and adults alike. For that, I thank Hashem, as well as the thousands of frumteens who log onto this site each day.

It has come time to expand the site. IYH in the very near future we hope to see some significant upgrades.

May all of us, together with all of Klall Yisroel, merit a total Kesiva Vachasima Tovah, and next year, may we see on this site a new forum titled, "How we brought Moshiach"!, may he come soon, BB"A.

otees Posted - 06 October 2005 19:00
amen mod jst wona say thanx for all your time effort and amazing work you do for THE ENTIRE WORLD!kesiva vchasima tova
grafix Posted - 06 October 2005 19:00
Thank you, Moderator(s), for a job well done. We really appreciate the time and effort you allot towards this site.

May you continute to help the many people you already do, and bring even more closer to Hashem.

Ksiva Vichasima Tova!

Jenny613 Posted - 06 October 2005 19:00
Thank you so much for everything you do for us Mod!!

Kesiva ve'chasima tova to you!!

May Hashem answer all our tefillos letovah!!

Sincerely, Jenny

Sister Bear Posted - 06 October 2005 19:00
ksiva vchisama tova to everyone!! hashem should answer all your tefillos.............
mra Posted - 06 October 2005 19:00
Amen,Amen Amen!!!!!
VaYoel Moshe Posted - 06 October 2005 19:00
Ksiva V'Chasima Tova!

i learned in school that the Kitzur says that u shouldn't wait till erev yom kipur to ask for mechila so i want to ask if i ever offended or hurt anyone, do i have your mechila?

btw-R' Moderator i loved that Rosh Hashana d'var Torah---i even read it before Chodesh Elul and felt it very much applies all the time!

and i just wanted to say thank you for this site! this site really impacted me a lot. it's such an amazing thing---it's one of the best sites there is! and i dont know how i got by without it!

"Remember: Nothing begets wholeness in life better than a heartfelt SIGH"---Rebbe Nachman of Breslev ZTVK"L, Likutei Moharan I:8 (quoted in "The Empty Chair")

LOL-Moderator that always sighs :-)

2frum Posted - 06 October 2005 19:00
Wishing you all a happy, healhy new year. All your tfillos should be answered and your problems should be solved. Hopefully, you will be able to look back at your posts and say"look how much i changed"-in the positive way. I hope you are all mochel me if I may have offended you by my words. Ksiva Vchasima Tova

Click Here To Close Thread, Administrators & Moderators Only.

Show All Forums | Post Reply