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According to the Minchas Chinuch (or perhaps it is the Sefer Hachinuch), the mitzva of פרו ורבו only applies at the age of 18, as in the mishna in Avos 5:22. The Gemara in Kidushin 30a is somewhat critical of someone that waits beyond the age of 22 or 24; however, the exact age depends on the emotional maturity of the child, as per חנוך לנער על פי דרכו, ...


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Just to clarify: one is causing a rift by going to the husband and saying your wife is wonderful!, while simultaneously going to the wife and saying your husband is awful!. The result is that he really wants her, while she really doesn't want him. That's a recipe for disaster.


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There are two parts in this sentence. May be that the combination of the two is the problem. "והולך אל האשה ומגנה את בעלה בעיניה". if he make the beautifying more reciprocal: "והולך אל האשה ומייפה את בעלה בעיניה ", so all will be good. But our man is siding with the women and reinforce it to hate her husband, demonstrate a lack of empathy for the husband ...


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The Mishnah in Gittin 81a (Art Scroll 81a3) says that if a man divorced his wife and they were secluded together, then Bais Shammai says that he does not have to give her another get. Bais Hillel says that he must give her another get. Art Scroll page 81a3 note 22 states that Bais Hillel is concerned that they cohabited together with the intent of ...


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Based on clarification of OP's question found in comments: The source for this quote is the Gemara Bava Metsia 59a: לעולם יהא אדם זהיר בכבוד אשתו, שאין ברכה מצויה בתוך ביתו של אדם אלא בשביל אשתו, שנאמר ולאברם הטיב בעבורה. והיינו דאמר להו רבא לבני מחוזא: אוקירו לנשייכו כי היכי דתתעתרו A person should always be careful regarding the honor of his wife, ...


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Verses, Exodus 21, 10 אִם-אַחֶ֖רֶת יִֽקַּֽח-ל֑וֹ שְׁאֵרָ֛הּ כְּסוּתָ֥הּ וְעֹֽנָתָ֖הּ לֹ֥א יִגְרָֽע: ‏ If he take him another wife, her food {according to Onkelos}, her raiment, and her conjugal rights, shall he not diminish. She is a young hebrew servant, after he married to her. Mechilta deRabbi Yishmael . מז. כמשפט הבנות וכי מה למדנו על משפט ...


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See Yebamot 63b, see Mishna Ketubot 7, 6 תכא is table, it is a modest (tsniut) figurative image related to conjugal life. See Nedarim 20b for the use of the word "table" (A woman once came before Rabbi and said, 'Rabbi! I set a table before my husband,) See Rabi Yehuda Bar Natan ‎ מקשטא ליה פומא‏ ‎=‏ wait until a meal to offend ‎ מהדרא ...


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As @user 12568 find itself and teach us. See Shut Maharshal at the end of siman 17 לפיה מה שהוכחתי בראיות ברורים בפרק החולץ דבת גוי ועבד מן הישראלית אינה פגומה אלא לכתחילה אבל נשאת לא תצא. ...‏,br> I already demonstrated with clear proofs in Perek Hacholets[1] (see Yam Shel Shlomo no 38[2] (לח)) that a daugther from a non Jewish or a Slave and a Jewish ...


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There's several types of Shlichus Merkoz Shlichus. This is temporary shlichus. Often Bochurim in small groups, often 2 people, travel around to areas temporarily. They'll visit the Jewish homes in the area and move on to the next place. Also included is when they go to places to make a seder. Groups of Bochurim travel to another city and help the ...



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