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I have written about both of these issues (stillborn and uncircumcised adult). The stillborn practice is a custom that really depends on the feelings of the parents: they could choose to, or they could choose not to. See here. While it is true that some adult Jews who went uncircumcised may have been exempt because of hemophilia, this is not common. More ...


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On a weekday, this question is a non-starter: the onen is prohibited from making any blessing at all. (Shulchan Aruch Y.D. 241:1) On Shabbos, when the onen is permitted to attend the synagogue, Rebbi Akiva Eiger (to Y.D. 241:1) believes that he is nevertheless prohibited from getting an aliyah, as he is not allowed to study Torah. (I'm not sure if this is ...


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This is an important question, there are several examples of Rabbis that "Teshuva killed them". We see the case cited (BTW, in the Translation it seems to lakes the end of the statement "עד שמת באותה מיתה", "until he died from this death"). The case of the nevew of Rabbi Yosse Ben Yoezer Ish Tsereda Bereshit Rabba 65, 22, the case or Rabbi Eliezer Ben ...


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In yesterday's daf yomi I think was mentioned the shlah proves from this gemara you can commit suicide to attain atonement. The wife was obviously pretty stupid.


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The quote that you give implies that showing that you are getting "credit" for a mitzvah is an insult to the dead person who can no longer do mitzvos. This can be considered that the mais cannot do any mitzvos whether the person was chayav in it while alive or not. A woman is not chayav to wear tzitzis but is not forbidden to do so. Thus, it would still be "...



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