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I honestly don’t believe that is true, rather they are fully aware but do not perceive my hearing loss as a disadvantage or a disability for me since they simply do not find themselves needing to compromise their own lives to accommodate me. However, they can recall quite a few occasions where they’ve advocated for me, remembered talking angela rule 34 funny stories related to my hearing loss, or are reminded of events pertaining to my hearing loss. There is no one who understands me and my hearing loss as well as my girlfriend, Maureen Shader, whom I affectionately call Mo. More importantly, there is no one who has as much patience in regard to my hearing loss as she does.

This is how powerful the effort of a single individual can be. In this week’s parsha, Vayishlach, Yaakov sends angels to his brother Esav. Part of the message they were to tell him was, “I sojourned with Lavan.” Rashi gives two explanations on the word garti. First, that it is like the word ger, which means stranger, because the whole time he lived by Lavan he was like a stranger. Second, that Yaakov was hinting to Esav, that during his sojourn with Lavan, he kept the 613 mitzvahs, as the numerical value of the word garti is 613. Now we can understand how the two seemingly opposite explanations on the words, “for with my staff I have crossed this Jordan,” connect.

When we complete our missions collectively, Hashem will dwell openly in this world, and Moshiach will be here. The answer is that there is a third level, the level of Yaakov, where both justice and tzedakah are employed simultaneously. He certainly deserves it, but because of his great humility, he sees himself as undeserving, and asks for his needs as a tzedakah. This is the greatest and truest nullification of one’s ego, and draws Hashem’s kindness from the highest place, “from His place.” This is difficult to understand, because “ki b’makli, for with my staff,” doesn’t point to any kindness that Hashem did for Yaakov.

Here’s what Zac has to say about his hearing loss and changing careers mid-stream. At this time I am just starting to lose my high-pitch hearing at 6000 and 8000Hz—not enough for a hearing aid but enough to crave one with a telecoil in a looped venue. Sometime later, a mobile intensive care ambulance arrived and joined the effort. As there were a lot of first responders in the small apartment, the MICU staff asked that some of the first responders step outside.

I design the bimonthly magazine and provide photography services. To view the corresponding pdf links, click on the link, then on the same link again in the next window. The pdf should begin to download and open automatically. During this project, I met many wonderful people with hearing loss, including Debbie Mohney from the HLA-Boulder Chapter. Debbie planted the seed for me to join the chapter because she knew it was an opportunity for me to expand my role in the community of people with hearing loss. I am fortunate to be completing my externship at the University of Colorado Hospital because it provides a great, all-around experience.

Tamayo also owns another Miami Beach house that is listed for sale. The 6,014-square-foot, six-bedroom home at 120 Palm Avenue onPalm Islandhit the market in July, asking $20 million. The price was raised to $28 million in December, according to Realtor.com. Attorney Richard Kuper, individually and as trustee of the Sara Kuper 2021 Revocable Trust, sold the two-story, 4,946-square-foot home at 80 South Hibiscus Drive to an entity managed by Tamayo, according to records. Property records show 160 S Hibiscus FL LLC, which is linked to The Loring Group based in Cincinnati, sold the house to the Pontes entity.

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You might think, “I am not holy enough or special enough to be able to do teshuva from love.” It is a mistake to think that way, every Jew is holy and special, and can do teshuva from love. It is not the easy route, it will take work, learning about Hashem, understanding why He created the world, and why He created you. But when you begin to understand, your love for Hashem will start to burn inside you, and with time and effort, the fire will grow and lead you to teshuva from love. Stern mentions the report that after the Gaon’s death on Sukkot, when the hasidim continued to celebrate, three hasidim were killed by mitnagdim. It is hard to know whether there is any truth to this story, or to the report of hasidim killing a mitnaged. Unfortunately, in our day we have seen haredi Judaism in Israel descend to a level unimaginable even ten years ago.

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That, “for with my staff I have crossed this Jordan,” means that on his way down to Charan, he stuck his staff into the Jordan and it split for him to cross on dry land. According to this explanation, the verse is mentioning two unrelated kindnesses that happened to Yaakov, the splitting of the Jordan and his great wealth. In Yosef’s first dream the are on earth, in the field, symbolizing chaos and fragmentation, as it says, “Eisav was a man of the field,” Eisav was the epitome of chaos and this world is a place of chaos and fragmentation.