Friday, December 04, 2020
  
Homepage - Start here...
log in  •  join

Current Password:
New Password: (5 Char Min)
Confirm New Password:

User name (email)
Password
Remember Me:
Forgot Password?
| Home
Directory
Calendar
Alerts
Classified
Shuls & Tefillos
Contact Us
 Browse the directory by:
Business Listings
Categories
Search the directory for:
 
Important Numbers

Doctors and Physicians (13)
Emergency Numbers (12)
Hospitals (22)
Pharmacy (20)
Pharmacy - 24 Hours (4)
Pharmacy - Midnight (15)
Shatnez (1)
Toronto Jewish Social Services (0)
Walk-in Clinics (2)


FRUMToronto Topics

 Audio and PDF's:
Rabbi Ganzweig>
Weekly Publications>
 Articles:
Articles of Interest (218)
Ask The Rabbi (2960)
Bulletins & Alerts (7)
Community Events Blog (23)
Frum Toronto Staff (2)
Gut Shabbos & Gut Yom Tov (63)
Inspirational Stories (7)
Kuntrus Ramach Avarim (2)
Message Board (12)
Parenting (149)
Parsha Pearls (465)
Readers Recipes (4)
Shemiras Halashon (178)
Shmiras Haloshon Yomi (128)
Special Prayers (34)
Tehillim (99)
Thoughts for the Week (191)

FRUMToronto Links

Advertising Rates>
Eruv Toronto>


FRUMToronto Articles Parsha Pearls

Devrei Torah relating to the weekly Parsha.


Blog Image: Rav_Miller.jpg
Going on a trip for relaxation -A Moment with Rabbi Avigdor Miller Zt"l #521
Parshas Bamidbar 5780

QUESTION:

What about going on a trip as relaxation?

ANSWER:

It depends what you mean by a trip. If you want to take a trip down Ocean Parkway, I'm all for it. It's fresh air, and it's exercise; you're not wasting money. A trip someplace by a vehicle – in a plane or whatever it is – is not refreshing. Now sometimes a person is so confused in his mind, that you have to do anything to get his mind off his troubles, then I'm not saying anything about that. But ordinarily for relaxation you don't go on trips. Trips make you tired, and you don't get the required exercise and fresh air that help a person come back to normal, and therefore it's 100% waste of money.

If you could take a system of touring, on the malls of the city streets, by daytime –not by night. Walking for miles and then coming home, and eating a nice meal and going to sleep – if necessary going out again for a walk, if you are so serious, but traveling is no answer for the problem of relaxation.

People travel back-and-forth, go to Eretz Yisroel, and Florida, and sometimes, Switzerland too, and all they do is spend money, and get more and more tired when they come back.

Good Shabbos To All

This is transcribed from questions that were posed to Harav Miller by the audience at the Thursday night lectures.
To listen to the audio of this Q & A please dial: 201-676-3210


Posted 5/22/2020 11:26 AM | Tell a Friend | Parsha Pearls | Comments (0)

Be the First to Post a Comment!
Name:* Email:**
Comment:
* Names will be displayed. Anonymous comments will be filtered at a higher level.
** Email addresses will not be displayed or used.

Enter the characters from the image below.


Characters are not case-sensitive.




Toronto Eruv
Eruv status verified Friday afternoons. For email notification,  CLICK HERE



Toronto Weather

Home  |  About Us  |  Business Directory  |  Classified  |  Directory Rates  |  FAQ  |  Weekly Specials
Community Calendar  |  Davening Schedule  |  Weekly Shiurim  |  Zmanim  |  Contact Us
www.frumtoronto.com  - Contact Us