Friday, April 21, 2017

How magnets work by Richard Feynman and the death of Jimmy Breslin

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Rabbi Yehuda Lave

Expect the Unexpected

There is a popular expression in society: "Don't leave anything to chance." This statement contains an implicit expression of arrogance and lack of awareness of the Almighty.

If your peace of mind is dependent on being certain that you have complete control over a situation and all the possibilities that might arise, you are bound to be disappointed. It is arrogant (as well as an impossibility) to think you have the omniscience to foresee every inevitability. To demand the impossible is to guarantee frustration.

Always realize the unexpected can occur. Plan as much as is appropriate, but realize that regardless of how much you plan there will be always be difficulties you had not previously imagined. By "expecting the unexpected" and being willing to accept it, you will have much greater peace of mind than if you unrealistically expect complete control.

Enjoy the last day (7th day) of Passover tomorrow when we celebrate the splitting of the Red Sea

Love Yehuda Lave

Fascinating article--the 100 jokes that shaped comedy

The well-known Nobel Prize winning physicist, Richard Feynman, is enquired how magnets work. As an answer, you might assume him to maybe talk about the magnetic field or Maxwell's equations … but nope … instead what he does is to disclose something pretty remarkable that cuts straight to the heart of what is being asked and how significant any answer might or might not be … for a "why" question. Why would he be asked this exact question? Well essentially because he won the Nobel Prize for coming up with the current mathematical explanation of the electromagnetic force, and this has turn out to be one of the most precise models in the history of physics, agreeing with all acknowledged experiments to an unbelievable degree of correctness. The following 7 minute video clip has been watched over one million times

Stories about and by Jimmy Breslin

Subject: Jimmy Breslin tells of cops who aided John Lennon in 1980

This is the column written on Dec. 9, 1980 after Breslin got the call at home that John Lennon had been shot.

Subject: 'Son of Sam' sends Jimmy Breslin a letter in 1977

David Berkowitz, also known as 'Son of Sam,' sends a letter addressed to columnist Jimmy Breslin at the New York Daily News.

Subject: Why Jimmy Breslin is a legend in his time

Jimmy Breslin's columns after the assassination of JFK preserve in cold amber that terrible time in American history.


by Fabrice Schomberg

for it to live


add a little time to it


for it to grow


add a little time to it


for it to heal


add a little time to it


for it to love


add a pinch of time to it

Ad. In Hospital   Waiting Room:

Smoking Helps You Lose Weight....
One Lung At A  Time!  

On a bulletin board:

Success Is Relative. 
The more The Success,
The more The  Relatives.  

When I Read About The Evils Of Drinking....
I Gave Up Reading  

My Grandfather Is Eighty
And Still Doesn't Need Glasses....

He Drinks Straight Out Of The Bottle.  

Sign In   A Bar:

'Those Of You Who Are Drinking To Forget,
Please do Pay In Advance.'    

Sign In   Driving School:

If Your Wife Wants To Learn To Drive,
Don't Stand In Her Way.... 

Behind Every Great Man,
There Is A Surprised Woman.  

The Reason Men Lie Is Because
Women Ask too Many Questions.  

Getting Caught  
Is The Mother Of Invention.  

Laugh And The World Laughs With You,
Snore And You Sleep Alone  

The Surest Sign
That Intelligent Life Exists 
Elsewhere In The Universe  
Is The Fact That It Has Never Tried To Contact Us.  

Sign At A Barber Shop :

we need ur heads to continue our work

For all the folks asking. The comedians name is Sebastian Maniscalco

see videos below

Passover Meal | Sebastian Maniscalco: Aren't You Embarrassed

See you Tuesday after Passover is over in Israel

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

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