ohad wrote:May I ask something, please don't get angry?
I'm just curious. Are you a Rabbi?
ohad wrote:I'm just curious. Are you a Rabbi?
Well,I'm an orthodox observant,but not a Rabbi,yet!
I have educated in a 'yeshiva'(religious school).My father wanted me to be a Rabbi,but that didn't happen(unfortunatly).In order to be a Rabbi,one must learn for several years(3-5)in order to get the diploma.The exams are very difficult,so in order to succeed to pass the exams(with good grades)you must learn hard,very hard.There are tons of subjects to learn.Is this OK?
ohad wrote:Xkalibur wrote:And do you speak Russian, Ohad? Some Israeli people can speak, as far as I know...По-русски понимаешь?
nyet!:lol: .We use to joke about it here.'Nash control'!Yes,in Israel there are many Russians,in fact you hear Russian everywere you go.In the early 90',about a million Russians came to Israel!They had mixed in society really good.Infact,they are well known as genius,especially in math and physics.Today I had 'mnoga rabota' .
krisi wrote:ohad wrote:Well,the short answer is no.it isn't necessary,Krisi!
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