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GYE Corp. Thursday, 02 February 2012

Movies are a no-no for any Jew serious about guarding his eyes, and a thousand times more so for a lust addict. Even the most "innocent" movies today are filled with triggers.

Click here for an article on movies by the famous Arutz 7 blogger, Tzvi Fishman.

If after reading this article, you still insist that you can't give up movies, click here for a prayer to recite before watching a movie :-)


"LeivTahor" posted today on the forum:

Baruch Hashem I got rid of my television in my apartment this year, but once in a while I still go to movies. I know it's not good, but last night I was going through the sefer The Path of Life: The Shabbos Drashos of Rabbi Avigdor Miller and truly felt like I had the wind knocked out of me upon reading the following:

Now there is a gemara in Perek Chaylek, how does one lose his portion in the World to Come? By reading seforim chitzyonim from the outside (books written by apikorsim). Not only are people not paying attention to the fact that it refers to reading material today, but they must also be told that television and movies are a thousand times worse. I do not care who you are, I do not care who comes against me, if you have a TV in your home you do not have a portion in the World to Come! Watching TV is far worse than eating pork. Going to a movie theater is far worse than going to the Salumuria (an Italian restaurant which serves all kinds of chazerai.). When we pass by a movie, we say the bracha, "Blessed are You, Hashem... Who separates us from those who go astray."