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awarded  Inquisitive
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comment Do those who do become religious after a divorce need to cover their hair (women) or wear a tallis (men)?
Ok, added another. Double AA, you might consider trying to be a bit kinder in your behavior on this site. We may be online, but we are all real people.
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revised Do those who do become religious after a divorce need to cover their hair (women) or wear a tallis (men)?
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comment Do women need to cover their hair if they have had children without being married?
Yes, most certainly. I'm on the road though. Will add in a bit
Dec
11
comment Do those who do become religious after a divorce need to cover their hair (women) or wear a tallis (men)?
Just added it. ............
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revised Do those who do become religious after a divorce need to cover their hair (women) or wear a tallis (men)?
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comment Rejecting others' friend requests on Facebook
@IsaacMoses, Why not edit it to be less localized? Like replace "Facebook" with "online social networks"? I would do so myself, but you've closed the question.
Dec
11
comment Rejecting others' friend requests on Facebook
Um, why on earth was this question closed? It's an excellent question, and one that I've struggled with (seriously) in my own Yiddishkeit.
Dec
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asked Do those who do become religious after a divorce need to cover their hair (women) or wear a tallis (men)?
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asked Do women need to cover their hair if they have had children without being married?
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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accepted What defines “on this earth” from a halachic standpoint?
Nov
16
comment Do you make a bracha achrona if the food you ate was bad?
@DoubleAA Any suggestions for edits?
Nov
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comment Do you make a bracha achrona if the food you ate was bad?
@DoubleAA JJLL is correct. Also, in the other question, since you know ahead of time that the food will be distasteful, there is dispute about whether to make a bracha rishona. Here I assume the bracha was, in fact, made--implying, to some extent, a lack of knowledge about the taste.
Nov
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comment Minhag to wear wedding ring on the right hand
Thank you, but I'm not positive this adds to what was included in the question
Nov
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asked Do you make a bracha achrona if the food you ate was bad?
Nov
14
revised Minhag for married women to cover their hair in bed
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asked Minhag to wear wedding ring on the right hand
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revised Minhag for married women to cover their hair in bed
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comment How do you know when to make Chacham Harazim if you can't count Jews?
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