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In Michtav M'Eliyahu, R' Dessler has a chapter where he explains that when chazal say that someone or something "says" something it means that the state of their existence logically implies such a thing. For example, the mishnayos in maseches Parah which have different inanimate objects "saying" things to other inanimate objects. So it could be that the ...


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I think it is supposed to understood as follows: On the day .... the bridegroom ... said to this [...] daughter of [...], “Be my wife according to the law of Moses and Israel”! Implied - as decreed by Chazal - is the following: [As a result, it's as if he added:] I will work honor, feed and support you in the custom of Jewish men, who work, honor, ...


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Suppose I want to borrow $100 from you. You're a busy person, so if I ask for a loan, you'll tell me it's too much trouble to go to a lawyer, fill out a loan document, etc. So here's what I do: I fill out the paperwork ahead of time, sign it, and then come and ask for a loan. You say, "But it's too much paperwork!" I reply, "Nope, did it for you. Give me ...



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