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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

BH today's movie stars are going Nanach!

BH today in the news I saw a picture of Jennifer Anison wearing the Nanach Kumaya (amulet)! The picture wasn't exactly eligible for nanach.net.

It's amazing that according to the news, J.A. is getting married - so B"H Nanach is really helping her out!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't think this should be mentioned. By writing it you are acknowledging you saw a photograph of a woman, a gentile scantily clad actress we know it is forbidden min-haTorah to look. Secondly, you could be machshil curious readers to look for themselves by googling her name and the kameah.

NaaNaach said...

HH

actually she was kind of tznius - just short sleeves and I'm using my laptop outside in the sun where it very difficult to see the screen altogether. Anyone on the internet will have great nisyonos every time, and you are right this might be the "justification" for someone to "steal" a look of a lady in a short sleeves. One thing is for sure that it is an amazing publification of Nanach - which means that it will be saving souls from very very very low places where such an issue would be considered ridiculous, so posting this article seemed to me mamash hatzalas nefushos. Those that want to see the picture will B"H come to the nekuda of Nanach in the picture and will be coming home to Rabbainu B"H - all expenses paid.

Anonymous said...

OK, I appreciate your response, though I'm not certain I agree, I do agree it's quite amazing this gentile movie star (whose shows and movies I grew up watching) is publicizing NaNach.

NaaNaach said...

BH Nanach is bringing her good things, according to the news she's getting married!

Anonymous said...

The fact she is getting married has nothing to do with the Kameah she's wearing.It's something special in their lives,too but I wouldn't give any credits to it associating to her marriage.

NaaNaach said...

BH marriage is something special for everyone - look at linda lindsay, before she got into Nanach she was having some sort of affair with another woman (which I think is completely ligit for a gentile - even for a Jewish woman it is only forbidden on a Rabinical level, not by the Torah). After she met with the Nanach, she dropped the girl and started dating men... So I would definitely attribute such success and progress to Rabbainu.

Anonymous said...

It's out of what H assigned for a man and a woman to live. The Torah doesn't mention or prohibit it directly cos it is something so stupid that there was no need...it's stupidity to support such idea.G-d forbid the day all women think we men are not good for them, adopt the orphans and decide to live with other women, you'll see, G-d forbid, the very destruction coming.This is to be blind to the unspoken laws but real: "So G-d created Man in His image, in the image of G-d He created him;male and female He created them." (Bereishis 1:27).Male and female are the components of any relationship.Out of it be anathema!

Anonymous said...

Marriage is really something special for everyone - I agree wholeheartedly.There is one aspect among many that I'd consider out of The Torah for a relationship between women to be something tolerable.Maybe some have no idea what having a place as a man and a woman in a marriage means.Some of you can not think of what a woman - feeling she is a man, can do to her "partner".It's a disaster! These relationships are usually accompanied by aggressiveness if something goes wrong in the end.Yes, both, lesbianism and homosexuality are wrong in Judaism, but homosexuality between two men is punishable by death, but lesbianism is not punishable by death, although it is wrong too. The Sages of Israel viewed lesbianism as promiscuity. It is not good to be promiscuous.It contradicts the eternal law The Creator made for men and women to be happy.Don't agree with permissiveness.Don't give your daughters to people who think that way, don't allow them to learn these things to these people.We are a holy nation! NNNNM!

Kalman Caspa said...

I don't find any more inspiration in an untznius actress wearing a kemea than I do I seeing Madonna learn kabbalah. Who cares? As Saba said, "we are looking for Jews, not for Gentiles". If the Gentile sincerely wants to become a Jew that's a different story. But I think that mentioning this story does nothing more than to drag us into the world of shmutz. We are not after gentile actresses, we are after Jews. Let's publicize holy and good people getting into Breslov. Let some "kabbalah center" publicize Madonna and Anison.

Anonymous said...

You've just said everything about this story.

NaaNaach said...

HH. Saba himself told over stories that of gentiles who had miracles by saying Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman. Rabbainu says that it is a grand Kidush Hashem when gentiles come to the recognition of Hashem. Gentiles do not need to convert - they just need to recognize the truth of G-d and His holy nation.

Anunimi said...

We should not push Gentiles to convert. But I thought that Saba said that the whole wold will eventually convert.. no?

Kalman Caspa said...

Anison's wearing of the kamea is no more significant to us at this point than Madonna's learning kabbalah - from our point of view. From Hashem's point of view - only He knows ("the hidden things are for Hashem and the revealed things are for us..." If Anison begins to get involved with the Bnei Noach movement or starts to speak about Hashem that's another story. Her wearing the kamea might have nothing to do with her recognizing Hashem. Only she and Hashem know why she is wearing a kamea. Saba did tell over stories of Gentiles saying Nanach and having miracles happen. But this is not the case here. There is no miracle or kiddush Hashem that happened with Anison as a result of her wearing the kamea - not from what we can see. Her getting married has nothing to do with us. How many movie stars get married and divorced all the time, over and over and over again. It is all znus! As long as Anison is still stuck in the tumah (the world of hollywood) we should not waste our time with this and certainly shouldn't sin by looking at pictures of her or any women. As Saba said, "We are after Jews, we are not after Gentiles".

Kalman Caspa said...

Saba did not mean that the whole world would become full Jews. He said that converts would not be accepted after Moshiach comes (which is the halacha). He also said that everyone would become "Jews" in the sense that they will throw away their idolatry and serve Elokei Yisrael, that is, they would become partial Jews (a partial conversion). As the gemara says, “A Jew is one who rejects idolatry” (Talmud Megillah 13a). So in this sense all Gentiles will convert to become "Jews" but certainly not full Jews.