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The periodicity of visits of the husband at home and his work*, and how mach he remains valid and strong after hardness of labor and business(Source Mishna Keubot 5, 6, difference between "walkers" and "workers", see also Gemara Ketubot 62a, the words of SA EH 76,1 are according to his strength and his work). When a woman will marry a seaman, she doesn't ...


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It is important to make some clarification. What are the "five days"? This requirement is based on the eventuality that the woman was clean (allowed to marital relationship) and has an intercourse immediately before the bleading. So, she is "Poletet Shichvat Zera", leaking male semen (this semen is still not putrefied, so theoretically able to fecund). ...


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When we were learning the halachos in the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch about skipping parts of Pesukei D'Zimra, one of my shiurmates had asked about if he came late to Yeshiva and didn't want to miss more of seder than he had to, if that was a sufficient reason to skip everything except Ashrei and the two bookend brachos. My Rebbe paskened that it was. (My Rebbe's ...


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Olam Hazeh refers to the state of the world we are currently in. Acharit HaYamim and Yemot HaMashiach are synonymous, referring to the Messianic Age. Techiyat HaMetim is the Resurrection of the Dead. Olam Haba refers to the the last stage of existence after what would be 7000 AM. There is some confusion as some sources switch names around when referring ...



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