The letters of our thoughts are the ideas present in our mind before they come to realization . . . Thoughts that are, yet not felt . . . The words of the subconscious . . . of the soul . . .

These are the LETTERS OF MY THOUGHTS.

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

A Bris By Any Other Name - Photo Essay

21 comments:

Gruven_Reuven said...

Amazing pictures! Thanks for Sharing! Mazel Tov Mazel Tov!!

The Real Shliach said...

Hey look, it's us.

e said...

Why would someone think of calling this bris by some other name?

Chaviva said...

Mazal tov, mazal tov! You look so happy :D

Jacob Da Jew said...

Nice! great shots

Anonymous said...

Lubavitchism, facism
dictatorship, world leadership
Rebbeism, mysticism
kool-aids, yechi berrets

surpression of self-expression
mind made dumb by the herd syndrome
too much bittul of self belittle
no gall behind the eighth ball

got a pic on the tick-tick
got it stashed on my dash
hooka in the succah
benedictine, liver squeeky-cleen

ot bochur said...

Anon: great poetry. Have you considered coming to Crown Heights Poetry Slam? We'd love to have you.

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=146204398222&ref=ts

Anonymous said...

I don't do facebook. I wouldn't mind freestyling in an abandoned warehouse in kan tzivah with a bunch of disgruntled and non conventional guys

The Real Shliach said...

And girls?

Anonymous said...

In CH there wouldn't be any maidlach present (and they can't freestyle anyways)

Mottel said...

Dear Snags: Please stop leaving stupid, inane, and meaningless comments on my blog. Besides being pointless, they ruin any natural discussion on the blog post itself!

If this sickness continues - I will be forced to start comment moderation

-TRS: Mixed poetry slams are ossur al pi halacha - Chaim E. looked up the makoros!

The Real Shliach said...

Yeah, I've had to ban "anon"s from commenting.

Regardless of whether it's ossur...

ot bochur said...

The poetry slammers are not disgruntled. And it takes place in a flower shop, not an abandoned warehouse. Not everyone festers in disgruntlement, like you.

Anonymous said...

TRS: I'll get over it. Have a nice life with Bruchoh Mazel and yiddishe nachus from, first of all yourself, and from your whole family. You should try to be the best you can be and don't give up and horvering on a shvereh Chazon Ish just because the current Chabad system deems that superflous. Work hard to understand what he says and you will become a different person. Also, find the igeres hakodesh where he writes the gahguihm of learning 8 hours strait. We have a kabalah from Reb Chaim Volozhiner that if one needs an eytzhah tovah he should say a kapital tehilim then learn 4 to 5 hours strait and whatever thought pops into his head - that is a correct one. Try it and reevaluate the direction your life is taking.

Best regards,

The anon Snag

The Real Shliach said...

See ya.

e said...

superfluous? You mean horrible

tracy said...

Ummmmm, well, i just wanted to say...


Mazol Tov! And thank you for sharing all of the lovely pictures!

Beautiful, beautiful baby and such a family! :)

(Eagerly awaiting the call about my dear litle niece expecting theirs....any day!)

tracy said...

Sorries..... "Mazal"!

ilanadavita said...

A beautiful series!

ilanadavita said...

A beautiful series!

Sheva said...

What a beautiful phot diary, treasure this moment because it will go by faster and next thing you know he's in Yeshiva.