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Shall we say "Thank G-d" or "Thank Hashem"
ProudNoachide Wrote:Shalom Rabbis and Director Michael-
Now I know that it is a good thing to say "Thank G-d" whenever anyone asks me how I am doing, no matter how I think I am doing, but shall we still say "Thank G-d" when we are in the restroom and certain places? At work we have large three stalled restrooms and someone invariably asks me how I am when we are there.
Thank you!
(Posted 07-12-2007 09:20 PM)

Instead of using a name of G-d (in any language) in an unclean place where it would not be proper to pray (like a restroom), you can say "thank the One Above."

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RE: Saying "Thank G-d" - by Director Michael - 07-26-2007, 04:39 PM

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