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"I never would have taken the oath if I would have known that I was going to break it and get punished" I don't think that would be a very good reason to nullify an oath. That is like saying "I never would have taken the oath if I knew I had to keep it". Which is obviously a bad reason. Either because it shows he does not know what an oath is, or nothing ...


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If the oath was made with the intention to nullify it, i would assume it is not an oath, as he never intended to keep it (and hence it was not le'esor issur) . So, we're talking about a case were the person meant to keep it. In order to cancel it, it must be something new. Although the reason to remove an oath can be weak, the process itself is not a joke. ...


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The Zohar writes (2:5b, Parshas Shemos) תשורי מראש אמנה, מאתר בי מקדשא דלעילא ומאתר בי מקדשא דלתתא, דאמר רבי יהודה, מעולם לא זזה שכינתא מכותלי דמערבא דבי מקדשא, דכתיב: 'הנה זה עומד אחר כתלנו', והוא ראש אמנה לכל עלמא "Sing from the heights of Mt. Amanah [homiletically referring to 'heights of belief']: From the place of the high temple and the low ...



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