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I have been trying to reconnect to my Gerrer roots. This is what I've discovered. Tefillin: They are standard size, not oversize like Chabad. The parchments are k'sav Ari. The laying of Rabbeinu Tam tefillin is added from marriage. They are wrapped standard nusach Ashkenaz as opposed to nusach S'fard that some other Chassidim wrap or Nusach Chabad. Nusach ...


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In 21, 3 the Rama wrote: שלא ליתנו לכובסת גויה .‏ Not to give Talit with tsitsit to a Gentile washwerwoman {Mishna Berura: instead, remove the Tsitsit before}. In Gemara, there seems to be an additional problem (Menachot 43a) {note that the cases of Gemara are when a man wants to sell a Talit, which the Shulchan Aruch treats in 20, 2, not when ...


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The quote that you give implies that showing that you are getting "credit" for a mitzvah is an insult to the dead person who can no longer do mitzvos. This can be considered that the mais cannot do any mitzvos whether the person was chayav in it while alive or not. A woman is not chayav to wear tzitzis but is not forbidden to do so. Thus, it would still be "...



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