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VIDEO: Lakewood, NJ

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There are 8 Comments to "VIDEO: Lakewood, NJ"

  • Mr. says:

    Just pointing out…in the video it says Pesach 2019… I know its covid-19 but its pesach 2020

    • Chaim says:

      The Passover 2019 was a clip comparing Passover 2019’s busy Passover season to this year’s quiet and shut down Passover season. Take another look.
      Thank you Lakewood Scoop for posting this great video and to whoever created it. I hope it gets around.

  • judy says:

    Thank you so much to the creator of this beautiful video. Lakewood is very, very grateful to all the heroes out there – thank you for saying it on Lakewood’s behalf in such a beautiful way.

    And thank you for attempting to present the truth (although many prefer to believe lies which suit their hateful agenda rather than know the truth) to counteract all the terrible misleading, slanted, biased and outright false, hateful news reports and social media posts that unfortunately are being gleefully spread by bigoted, hateful people.

  • mandy says:

    I would never have thought that families with 8-10 kids can stay home and abide by these rules. It is impressive how everyone is following the leaders and obeying the rules. For me to stay home to stay safe, I only have to make one or two lifestyle adjustments…. Consolidate my once weekly shopping trip to more online and maybe less often and work from home. For Lakewood Jews, it means not going to the place of worship 3x a day and study halls, it means the large families need to stock groceries and postpone the clothing shopping for growing kids during the season changes and it means no parties which I know take place often, It means all the children are home from schools and cannot play with their neighbors and friends, it means moms need to cook 3x a day to feed everyone healthy nutritious meals, with limited shopping access….It is commendable. The streets look like a ghost town where just three weeks ago, every street had bumper to bumper traffic.

    • Yael says:

      Thanks for seeing the good in others Mandy. It’s refreshing in an increasingly negative-biased world! Please are really trying their best, regardless of their background and religious orientation.

    • yosef says:

      Thx mandy

    • Devora says:

      I don’t know if you are still reading this Mandy, but I want to thank you for your understanding. Isolation is so lonely, and validation is a beautiful gift. You’ve warmed my heart!

  • Yidele says:

    Is that simcha leiners voice?

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