What a good idea!
Special idea. Sometimes a bit difficult to actually do. So worthwhile to try it whenever possible
I have done this ...& poof stress was gone!!
If someone's wife is not that neat or organized get a cleaning lady to fill in the gaps
I am so impressed by this unique, effective, professional program --- Thank you very much, Chofetz Chaim. After riding the wave of this pandemic, a world of peace is a true gift for the heart, mind, and soul.
Loved it Thank you
that's a great idea!
Amazing idea...Can you suggest a percentage? For example, we know that Tzedaka/Maser should be 10% +.
Excellent and soooo true!
Rabbi Golembeck Life of Bitachon ( 845-470-5577 , 929-470-5577)always speaks of giving presents to people that you might have resentments against for sholom.
Spectacular hotline, also has lots of songs to diffuse negative feelings and inject happiness into your day.
Amazing idea!km thanks!
really good idea
thank you for everything
We heard of the Shalom Fund many years ago and it has saved us many times. Thank you Hashem for who ever was zoche to come up with this life changing idea!!!!!!!!!!!!
Only works if you have the money to pay into it. Some of the costs involved in the video were high, such as the upgrade. Not everyone is wealthy.
Thanks really nice!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this idea! It's SO true!!!! Well presented, especially the part about the mechutanim. The Shalom Account is essential when planning a wedding together!
While that is a great idea, not everyone has that kind of money......
My husband & I are klei kodesh & we so far married off our first 6 children with the absolute rule:Agree with the mechutanim & if you don't agree, pay anyway. I can't stress enough how much you're investing in your children & grandchildren by going lifnim meshuras hadin. Don't have the money? Neither do we. Borrow. If it's for shalom, you'll see HKB"H pour shefa on you. Still have loans, but see HKB"H's bracha in each shidduch
SMART!!! so true
I love the idea but was wondering where is get the money from to out aside. Then I had an idea. I have a credit card that gives cash back
Rach month I put the $3-$10 back in my account. After seeing this video I decided to use the cash back for a Shalm account.
The concept behind a Shalom Account is magnificent. Unfortunately though there genuinely are many people who are tapped out and get put the rest of their family in extra financial difficulty by paying for an unexpected expense, especially an unnecessary wedding upgrade. Notably, paying extra to a babysitter is standard practice if parents come home late, or at least it should be. Fact is, some of us are paying medical bills and cannot borrow money. There are many valid circumstances under which some people simply cannot pay forward from a Shalom Account because there checking account is depleted, and therefore borrowing money is not a fiscally sound plan. Please, follow-up with an option on how to avoid extra expenditure but doing so בדרך שלום. Thank you.