Are the Blind responsible to light the Menorah on Chanukah?
The Shulchan Aruch, OC 94:5, writes: Suppose someone is sitting on a boat or wagon [and saying sh'mone esre (amida)]. If he can stand up when he reaches the point of bowing, he should stand, so as ...
How should one tie his shel yad on his hand if his middle finger is splinted?
Per this answer, the one making havdalah must benefit from the light. How does a blind person make havdalah, assuming there is not another Jew present to do it for him? Does he omit the blessing ...
If one wears a toupee that covers about what a normal kippa would cover, does he also need to wear a kippa? Does it depend on whether or not people know is a toupee and not just his normal hair?
If someone who is chayav in mitzvot does not have the ability to speak, (say, for example, he lost his tongue in a freak tennis accident,) can he count the Omer non-verbally, through sign language, ...