Friday, October 13, 2006

Were Litvishe Yeshivos מבטל ליל הושע"ר?

No Tikkun

No Mishne Torah

No Tehillim

?וואס יע

It's not a Chassidishe Zach, so why not keep it?


Anonymous said...

There you go again, attacking the snags.

If they don't say tikkun on leil Shavuos, you expect them to say it on leil Hoshanna Rabbo ?

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

no, maybe not Tikun, but some recognition of Leil Hoshana Rabboh would be nice, no?

Anonymous said...

?וואס יע

Lernen Tayreh, and not staying up too late to shter the davening in the morning. Good enough for you ?

Reuven Chaim Klein said...

For me, Hoyshanoh Rabbo night had a late night shiur and an extra long seder at night, but I couldn't stay up all night because the Batei Midrashim were all empty, and my parents were mad enough at how late I did come home. Anyways, I davened the next morning at HaNetz HaChamah.

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

Tell me friend:

Is there nothing that should be done for now? Because NOW is an auspicious time? אלץ טוט מען פאר מארגען?