If It’s Such A Nice Sheitel, What’s The Point?

Listen to this 7 minute audio clip as 12th grade Bais Rivka girls are taught the real reason for wearing a wig…and it’s not what you think!

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4 responses

  1. I love the lectures, but sending them out at this pace is an issue for several reasons;

    1) Nobody can listen to all these and so most get trashed

    2) It does not feel good, I feel under siege from you
    I highly recommend slowing down the pace!
    yaakov

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  2. You explained why a beautiful shaitel is acceptable. You explained that covering the hair is not because of men. You say that our hair is a private part. Where does Hashem say that it is a private part? Our eyes are not private? Our lips? Where and when did Hashem say this and force us to cover our scalp and hair. I have asked numerous people, Rabbis, teachers and no one has an answer. I have searched the book stores for something to read to inspire me to see this as a Mitzva. I have come up with nothing.

  3. You explained why a beautiful shaitel is acceptable. You explained that covering the hair is not because of men. You say that our hair is a private part. Where does Hashem say that it is a private part? Our eyes are not private? Our lips? Where and when did Hashem say this and force us to cover our scalp and hair. I have asked numerous people, Rabbis, teachers and no one has an answer. I have searched the book stores for something to read to inspire me to see this as a Mitzva. I have come up with nothing.

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