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.

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Bris Info

The Bris Milah of our son will be, G-d willing, this Friday, June 4 - 22 Sivan, 9:30 am

at F.R.E.E. - 1383 President st. Brooklyn NY 11213

The synagogue can be reached via the Kingston stop on the 3 train.

By tradition we don't "invite" people to a bris . . . but that just could be because we expect you're already be coming!


14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is it going to be fleishigs?

Leora said...

Mazel tov! Enjoy.

JustaGuy said...

'http://f.r.e.e./', is that supposed to be a working URL?

Mottel said...

-Anon: Milchigs . . . and what's this excuse that the Bris is too late for you?

-Leora: Thank you! Any chance you'll be in NYC Friday?

-Justaguy: Link was messed up before . . . it works now!

e said...

you could also take the 2 train to president, if you feel so inclined.

Anonymous said...

Reb Mottel.

I try to kvech the bonk of Fridays too. Sorry.

The Real Shliach said...

In anon's defense (it pains me to write those words), there is an inyan of having meat by a Seudas Mitzvah.

Anonymous said...

TRS:

A true Snag makes everyone crazy about his insistance on the meat. The more people busy with it and noticing it - the better.

Anonymous said...

Mottel, you better not read this till the morning. Put down your blackberry or Palm. If you are not able to stay up and learn the whole night, at least give the child a true chinuch into how we are mikabel ohl malchus Shomayim. Sh - sh - sh - sh mahg, etc. Again and again. Remember: the seforim say that what the little babies see and hear have a strong affect or their neshamah.

Modeh B'Miktsas said...

That leaflet you gave me had the *other* proclamation on it, by the way. But it's OK. Much nachas and all other brachos.

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Anonymous said...

Are you doing a mayseh pidyon?

Rabbi Lars Shalom said...

congratlulations

Mottel said...

-Anon: my wife is a bas levi