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There is a difference according to the SA OC 47, 4 between thinking and speaking about Torah. For speaking one needs a Bracha, but not for thinking (for more details see Beur Halacha). For writing, SA OC 47, 3 one needs a Bracha as for speaking. See Acharonim for details. I just want to say that your man can learning by thinking but not by speaking or by ...


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R' Tzvi Pesach Frank (Har Tz'vi OC ยง106) would seem to hold that you should make another ha'eitz. The reason is that you intended that a different b'racha would be needed to cover the mango and that your original ha'eitz wouldn't cover it.1 R' Ben Tzion Abba Shaul (Or L'Tziyon 14:15) is less certain (he brings arguments each way), and he concludes that one ...


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if you miss days 3 and 7 ... are you tamei forever? No. you need to count 3 days 3 to begin, the rule is to begin when you go to Cohen. this may by at day day 4, 5... So day(2nd sprinkling) >= day(1st sprinkling) + 4 Rambam Mishne Taharot Para Aduma 11, 2 When a person became impure due to a corpse and remained several days without having the water ...


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In your case this is not a lost item, to take it is simply robbery, not a problem of found objects. The carpet luggage. is a place in which objects are placed, and have not been forgotten, as Tside Reshut Harabim. It is Derech Hinuach. If you find a battered suitcase along the side of a highway, it is a found object, it has fallen from a car. To take a coat ...


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Mistakes in Brachot are discussed in Masechet Brachot in two places. We will examine one of them, the relevant one for this question. When someone - 1 - already said the name of G-d, and when - 2 - only one bracha is needed, (not a couple of consecutive Brachot as in Havdala), and - 2 - the said Bracha and the needed Bracha are linked (in their function), e....


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Firstly, mixture is not the criterion for the scriptural prohibition. The scriptural prohibition concern cooking them together. Not cooked together See SA YD 87, 1, the words of Rema, a mixture in which meat and milk are not cooked together is prohibited__ rabbinically only, and for eating only, not for benefit (some Acharonim do not agree but the Shach ...



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