Can one say l'shem mitzvas tiztzis in a bathroom? I was thinking of a case of tying the knots or fixing it. Since tiztzis is not a davar shebikedusha maybe it should be fine, or maybe since its mitzva ...
It is not permitted to think about Torah in the bathroom regularly, but what about Purim Torah, which is certainly not real Torah study, but still often refers to actual Torah? One might think that ...
Some secular books have a hefty amount of wisdom that we find in our Torah sources. For example, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has a lot of almost verbatim lessons from Pirkei Avos, although ...
I understand that you should not be thinking about Torah while in the bathroom. I assume that existing Mi Yodeya questions would be considered Divrei Torah, b/c people have been discussing Torah ideas ...
Bear Grylls will testify that in a survival situation one can drink his own urine. Indeed, he did so on his show. Since the components of the urine are all made in the body from food and drink ...
Whenever I go to a household or a synagogue with pre-torn toilet paper on Shabbos, I find that the strips people tear are at least a foot and a half long. I am able to manage with a regular sized ...