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It is printed in the last volume (volume 7) of the Mekhon HaMaor edition of Peirush HaMishnayot.
I think that I found this talmudical debate the words are not precisely the word of the OP, but the consequences are the same. Up to day I have not found a better source. This Gemara is in Eruvin 64b-65a: R'Shesheth citing R'Eleazar B`Azariah observed: I could justify the exemption from judgment of all the [Israelite] world since the day of the ...
According to Rashi, peshuto shel Mikra (the actual meaning), there's nothing that points to him actually being Shlumiel ben Tzurishaddai in the literal sense (in fact, the opposite is implied when Rashi mentions that he was the head of only one family) and seemingly the Gemara in Sanhedrin (82b) is seen as Agadeta. Aggadeta is not necessarily the posheter ...
No. The conversation of the Gemara takes place after the churban. The fact that they are discussing the practical application of halacha proves they held ot binding in their era.
In the example of Niddah 2a, even according to Shamai who is machmir, that is only miderabbanan and a chumra for taharos, but on a de'oraisa level, she maintains her chazakah until the moment we know it has changed. This is known as a chazakah de'itra, which is still valid for the period before we know that the status of the person/item has changed. Only in ...
A possible source of this saying is, perhaps, by establishing a connection between two quotes: "A fool is not aware of his folly" (Gemara in Shabbos 13b), therefore if you tell him he is fool, he will be angry, because "Anger rests in the heart of fools" (koheles 7:9)
The source is from The Lubavitcher Rebbe spoken on several occasions in 1988. The Rebbe instituted the idea of celebrating birthdays with hachlotas tovos giving extra tzedoka, making a birthday celebration and several other directives to inspire oneself spiritualy on their birthday and to carry that inspiration all year.
Respectfully, how can a Rosh Yeshiva tell a talmid what to not learn? If the talmid's learning is not disturbing other bochurim what right does the Rosh Yeshiva have to stop him learning be'makom shelibo chafetz? Cookie cutter yeshivos do not turn out talmidei chachamim.
R. Dr. David Katz discusses this phenomenon: There were only two occasions where the communal rabbi was actually expected to preach to his community. First there was the pair of Sabbaths, the Sabbath before Passover, and the Sabbath before Yom Kippur. These were occasions where, according to the Talmud (Megillah 32a) since the days of Moses the official ...
Not sure who says this but in respect to Yitzchak's blessing Yaakov and Yaakov's blessing Ephraim and Menashe, they say that Yitzchak's goats and the placing of Yaakov's hands on his grandchildren's heads were done to create some form of connection between the one giving the brachah and the one receiving it. Perhaps you could say the same thing here; Hashem ...
Brown and Hershkovitz (here: תשמיש בהריון-פסקה ז. דעת חז"ל) say that according to Chazal there is no problem having sexual intercourse during pregnancy, as long as there's an effective and permissible way of preventing fetal risk... According to their words (of B&H) there are 2 main sources talking about the risks of having sexual intercourse during ...
See Gemara Nidda 31a about conjugal relationship during pregnancy: תנו רבנן שלשה חדשים הראשונים תשמיש קשה לאשה וגם קשה לולד אמצעיים קשה לאשה ויפה לולד אחרונים יפה לאשה ויפה לולד שמתוך כך נמצא הולד מלובן ומזורז תנא המשמש מטתו ליום תשעים כאילו שופך דמים מנא ידע אלא אמר אביי משמש והולך (תהילים קטז) ושומר פתאים ה׳ (Soncino translation) Our Rabbis ...
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