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Very interesting question. According to what is written on p. 114 of this article, R. Moshe Feinstein in Iggerot Moshe E.H. 1:114 states that even though one may not daven (which includes any bracha or reciting Torah, etc.) opposite the walls of a bet hakiseh, the walls of today's bathrooms are considered walls of the house / building and not the bathroom. ...


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This is a rather complex question. I recommend gleaning what you can from this great article on the subject matter, and discussing this with a good rav. I will, bli neder try to do this with my rav. If possible, edit my answer afterwards. I shall summarize the article's main points. The source of not allowing Torah thoughts, reciting shema, etc, originates ...


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Perhaps the fact that you are thinking about can actually be directed to proper Kavanna. Rav Avigdor Miller writes in his sefer, Shaarei Orah, that one should be thankful of the fact that he is healthy and does not have to have troubles in regard to his health as there are people who do not have such. If it can be channelled in a way in which you can be ...



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