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Post  Thu, Feb 24 2011, 5:50 pm
What are your "non negotiables"- the stuff that you won't give up on no matter how crazy life gets?

What I mean is-
As women there are mitzvos we do that we don't HAVE to, or we have to but in certain situations (for shalom bayis, or because you're busy with ur kids...) its ok not to. But there are some things we just won't give up on no matter what. And everyones different.
Like "I might not daven but I will ALWAYS say shema at night"...

I think it's important to know where the line is that you won't cross no matter what...

the same concept applies with taking care of ourselves and our family-
some people will say: "I might not always serve home cooked supper but I will NEVER give my family cereal for supper"
or "I might go without much sleep but I make sure that I eat at least one meal a day"
Let's hear yours!
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Post  Thu, Feb 24 2011, 6:02 pm
amother wrote:
some people will say: "I might not always serve home cooked supper but I will NEVER give my family cereal for supper"

You never know where life might bring you and you may say, what the hey, cereal it is!

I used to say that I will not eat if a baby is on my lap. That was a very stupid thing to say Rolling Eyes Tongue Out .
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