its not called "orthodoxy", it's called judaism
Shalom, I am also a ger and have a tattoo. I was told not to remove it as I would deface my body. Just a comment to the many on subject. However, I am very impressed with your kavana and the desire to spread Torah and mitsvot. Keep up the great work. If you feel the time maybe you should show how the Temanim tie titziot.
I don't believe laser removal would deface your body. Their are many ways to remove a tattoo.
impressive that you hadn't been told to remove your naked girl tattoo by this ancient Jews, it might be very admired. Try to remove it with modern technology, the community should encourage you to do so, specially since shows the holiness of a woman's body, very unorthodox for me.
very nice to hear how the ancient Jews dating back to the first temple still keep this holy tradition, thank you very much
I'm pretty sure he explains that in the video
It is so great that there are so many youtube Jewish Converts, Shalom G-d bless!!!!
A jew with a tatoo??
he used to be a non jew, and when he was, he had one
your hot but this is just superstition god doesn't need this to be happy with us he wants us to do good stuff for others.
The yemenite way is ashkenaz but turns sfard
NICE!!! shavu tov!!!
Jewish Tradition is that Men do not wear wdding rings at all.
Yes it's including shabat. The most important day of the week!
You said that the 7 wraps represent the 7 days of creation, but in Bereishis/Genesis it says there was 6 days of creation and on the 7th Hashem rested
well on the seventh day (according to our sages) HaShem created something, he created the Shabbath, a day of rest!
מזל טוב אל האישה
Kol HaKavod achi! This is one of the best filmed vids on Youtube that i've seen on wrapping Tefillin very well explained & the angle was very clear to see the way you wrapped. Shalom Berakhot!
good stuff man. I might just have to take on that finger wrapping method. It totally looks familiar since I've been here in Israel almost 2 years. Netanya: Gangsters and nice beaches ;)
That's interesting. Allthough I'm not now 100% certain anymore. I asked my wife's grandfather who immigrated here when he was 15 and he says that they wrapped the arm the same way. You could still be right though as Yemeni Jews were in contact with the Jewish world on and off throughout the centuries and could have learned the wrapping of the arm from somewhere else.
is there is a difference between temani and sephardi tefillin?? please respond
Todda Raba, Akhi! Your video has been highly useful. Drishat Shalom.
This is a very helpful tutorial, and your "ramblings" are a good thing because of the detail you go into to make the instructions clear.
Mazel tov on your marriage. May you enjoy a long, joyful life together.
I just want to not that I will edit later the description which says Yemenite customs go back to the second temple period...they are much older...they date back to the first temple period.