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This says that gebrochts was a private neder. "He did not eat gebrochts but allowed his family to do so. Because of this, his meals were prepared in special keilim separate from the rest of the family’s keilim. In his old age, when it was hard for him to eat matzoh unless it was soaked in water, he was matir neder and ate gebrochts as well. ...


The Steipler kept his chassidish tefillin but bought Rav Chaim Ashkenaz Tefillin, although the steiplers father was a hornsteipler (chernoybl) chossid, the steipler learnt in navordok, a litvishe yehsiva and married THE litvish'e gadols sister (Chazon Ish's sister). I am pretty sure he continued to wear a gartel (but then again so did the chazon ish, it ...


Chabad Chassidus explains that it is very unlikely the reason not to blow shofar in shabbos is in case you carry the shofar. It seems more the chachamim felt it was not appropriate for some reason to blow the shofar on shabbos and looked for a halachical pretext with the boundaries of their legislative powers to forbid this. (R' Schneur Zalman of Liadi, ...


rabbi is roshei taivos rosh bnei yisrael so i think the best idea is to listen to the communel brain the rosh which is a rabbi

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