New answers tagged chabad
Actually there are others who were concerned over the issue, which, as SethJ notes above, is referred to as notef al hakanaf, meaning it should hang down along the side, not from the bottom. The Chazon Ish held that you should tie the first knot really snug so that it bunches up the fabric, and that way the tzitzit won't budge. You see a lot of avreichim ...
Daf Yomi is not emphasized or stressed enough in Chabad circles, but I do not believe it is discouraged either. The question could be turned around -- Why don't mainstream (non-Chabad) study Rambam daily?
Never heard of such a minhag and according to chabad.org we read ruth on shavuos. http://m.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/2158/jewish/The-Book-of-Ruth.htm
I read online once, forgot the exact source I think it was Rav Shach that it's problematic in its insistence, as if God is not doing the best thing by delaying it. This contradicts the principle that all that H' does is for the good. Yes, we are supposed to wait for it, but not insist and demand that it comes, as if God is witholding good or that He ...
I don't think there is a disagreement with the phrase itself but a concern over the intent of the phrase. the problem is with those who believe the rebbe is moshiach. they are wrong. Aside from that minority of silly people, praying for the coming of moshiach and singing about moshiach is positive. look at the 13 principles of faith. belief in moshiach is a ...
Top 50 recent answers are included