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Mar
20
comment What foods do not need a Pesach hechsher?
No points for water or fresh (*peelable) fruits and vegetables.
Mar
20
asked What foods do not need a Pesach hechsher?
Feb
28
comment Source that a woman is considered to have a bris milah
Out of curiousity, what's the nafka mina?
Feb
28
comment What advice do the sages give for improving one's concentration in prayer?
No need to apologize for hafatza!
Feb
28
comment What advice do the sages give for improving one's concentration in prayer?
Your answer is much better than mine. :)
Feb
28
comment Is Halal Meat Kosher?
@ABlueThread do karaim eat halal meat?
Feb
28
comment Rabbis giving conflicting opinions?
@DoubleAA maybe just "true" is better than "correct", as the latter implies they are all given equal credence in practical application?
Feb
28
comment Rabbis giving conflicting opinions?
@DoubleAA I wasn't sure how else to summarize eilu v'eilu. I welcome your input.
Feb
28
comment Rabbis giving conflicting opinions?
As per @DoubleAA's answer, yes - and they're (almost) all correct opinions.
Feb
28
comment How could different pronunciations arise when we are obligated to pronounce the Shema precisely?
@DoubleAA it seems to me that even a subtle change would evoke a chorus of "no, no, it's Shemaaaaaannnnng".
Feb
28
revised How could different pronunciations arise when we are obligated to pronounce the Shema precisely?
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Feb
27
revised Why is the Talmudic style so Confusing?
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Feb
27
comment Why is the Talmudic style so Confusing?
Since they are evidently not, I will edit my answer, though I would prefer succinctness, personally.
Feb
27
comment Why is the Talmudic style so Confusing?
@DoubleAA I guess I thought these points were obvious.
Feb
27
comment Why is the Talmudic style so Confusing?
@DoubleAA see these comments, and Shalom's answer.
Feb
27
comment Why is the Talmudic style so Confusing?
@DoubleAA it seems pretty clear to me, and I don't think it needs any explanation. You start at five. Gemara seems confusing to the OP because it's ten years in to learning.
Feb
27
comment Why is the Talmudic style so Confusing?
@DoubleAA I'm sure if one dedicated their life to physics and started with the basics at five, at fifteen they'd be ready for advanced classes.
Feb
27
comment Why is the Talmudic style so Confusing?
@DoubleAA yeah, and they've been in school since five! Three, really, as far as learning about mitzvos is concerned.
Feb
27
comment How could different pronunciations arise when we are obligated to pronounce the Shema precisely?
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Feb
27
asked How could different pronunciations arise when we are obligated to pronounce the Shema precisely?