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There's good news, and there's better news. The good news is this has happened to many others before you, and the better news is not to worry about it. (Well, try to educate yourself and be more careful, but it needs no atonement.) As Fred noted in his comments, as long as the dairy was a different meal than the meat, you've satisfied the bare-minimum ...


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The following is not profound but it is the simplest answer to a simple question, that does not seem to have been clearly explicated: Abraham could serve them whatever he wanted (except for a limb torn off of a live animal) since the Torah which is interpreted as prohibiting meat cooked in milk had not yet been given. Although one will find stray ...


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L'insegnamento è che Avrahàm conosceva la Torah, e sapeva che i visitatori avrebbero assunto latte e carne nelle giuste distanze, questo sottolinea che essi si tratte nettero molto a lungo. Il passo è un tamrur azor che ci obbliga a riflettere sulla temporalità del racconto. Shalom Translation from Google (I hope this can be improved upon): The teaching ...



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