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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
Related: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/29218/1713
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revised My Orthodox Jewish co-worker invited me to his wedding. Anything I should know about?
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comment My Orthodox Jewish co-worker invited me to his wedding. Anything I should know about?
@Richard the signing doesn't take that long. They do it at the end of the first part. They're signing the marriage contract and a document called the tenaiim which is sort of like a Jewish version of a prenuptial agreement.
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asked Why do Chabad wedding invitations show the wrong time?
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comment My Orthodox Jewish co-worker invited me to his wedding. Anything I should know about?
MAZAL TOV, Salmononius2!(?)
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revised My Orthodox Jewish co-worker invited me to his wedding. Anything I should know about?
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answered My Orthodox Jewish co-worker invited me to his wedding. Anything I should know about?
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comment Ordering the physician's attributes in different minhagim
I understand why you used the word "physician," but I think "healer" is a better word when referring to God.
Apr
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comment May one roll a Sefer Torah on Friday Yom Tov for Shabbat use?
Are you asking specifically about Friday/Shabbos or any two-day yom tov?
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comment Why is corn a forbidden kitniyot?
@Aaron what's the difference?
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reviewed Looks OK Coca Cola on Pesach
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revised Giving a lulav on condition to return, but in a chain where the last person keeps it
confusing formatting
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comment When and why did the custom to have young children end Musaph Shabbat davening begin?
@DanF Depends on what you mean by "need." There are lots of things that we "need" to do that aren't davening.
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comment When and why did the custom to have young children end Musaph Shabbat davening begin?
It's not like Pitum Haketoret is part of davening. It's just a bit of learning at the end. So to call the kid a shaliach tzibbur is a bit of a stretch.
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reviewed Leave Open Investing in Halacha
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reviewed Close Giyores marrying a cohen and their offspring
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reviewed Close Pesach cleaning at non religious house
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reviewed Close What halachik problems should one be aware of when attending a secular college?
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comment Why “מלאכי השרת” in only the first stanza of “Shalom Alechem”?
Wait, even in the sheet music you linked, it says מלאכי השרת in every stanza.