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Mil, You may need to gain some sense on what items are considered "holy objects". I don't recall the full list, but among them are Torah scrolls, mezuzah, tefillin, etc. (I'll see if I can link something later). The point is that a printed Tanac"h is not within this category of what is called tashmishei kedusha ("holy objetcs"). That doesn't mean that you ...


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Since you wouldn't be sure where the person wearing the bracelet might end up going, it would be better to avoid such a practice. There are places where a Jew should not bring written names, like into a bathroom for example. A better practice would be to write a common abbreviation that many people write in any holy book they own. Namely, לה״ הו״מ. This ...


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There is not a single source with every name. As mentioned above, Sefer Shaarei Orah by Rabbi Yosef Gikatilla is one of the classics and very comprehensive. But once you start dealing with the infinitely diverse permutations of the names it is quite literally, בלי גבול!


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As you stated in your comment, Samuel 1 19:9 describes an "evil spirit", quite different from the other spirit you referenced in your question. Therefore it is 2 different "types" of "ruchot" you're referencing, i.e. one evil, one "normal". As it says: I form the light, and create darkness; I make peace, and create evil; I am the LORD, that doeth all ...


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From the Sefer Ginzei Kodesh perek 15:10:24(referenced by chiddushei Torah) writes that a big hole where one buries shemos from time to time one does not need to cover it with earth until they are finished(or its full). However, one has to protect the shemos from rain and wind (I guess a tarp would suffice). The reason is so the shemos won't come to ...


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As not saying God or writing God are newly formed ideas that many consider to be from gentile sources, it should be considered a personal stringincy, and therefore the person who was taken on this additional stringincy should do what they feel is best. If they want to know what the majority of halakhists say regarding this manner, see the following: We ...



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