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Apr
6
revised The Tannaim and Amoraim's Intelligence
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Apr
6
comment The Tannaim and Amoraim's Intelligence
No explanation for the downvotes?
Apr
6
asked The Tannaim and Amoraim's Intelligence
Apr
2
accepted Sold Chametz being visible
Apr
2
asked Sold Chametz being visible
Mar
30
comment Are girls allowed to touch themselves?
My somewhat educated guess would be that it depends. If an outlet for those thoughts are available (she's with her husband) I would imagine it's ok and maybe even positive. If the husband is not around, it might be an issue, although maybe not a prohibition per se. I'm not sure.
Mar
27
answered Are girls allowed to touch themselves?
Mar
23
comment Dimensions of the Copper/Outer/Olah Mizbeach in the Mishkan
@DoubleAA The mishkan. It's from the sidra Vayikra.
Mar
23
revised Dimensions of the Copper/Outer/Olah Mizbeach in the Mishkan
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Mar
22
asked Dimensions of the Copper/Outer/Olah Mizbeach in the Mishkan
Mar
16
accepted Emotional distress with the overly sensitive
Mar
12
asked Emotional distress with the overly sensitive
Mar
2
comment Is Baal HaSulam kosher?
I have heard that his understanding of the zohar's system was influenced by his chassidic idea's. I don't know what that means but that's what I heard.
Feb
18
asked Where to buy a shas/talmud in one volume?
Feb
16
comment What is one's purpose in life and how does one find it?
I enjoyed reading that book many years ago. It seems to me to be a highly unfortunate title though.
Feb
15
asked Do I have to be certain that there is a God?
Feb
8
asked What to do with beard hair that falls out?
Feb
7
answered How to explain the start of Parsha Pinchas to bar/bat mitzva kids
Feb
3
comment Is there a p'sak when dealing with de'os?
@DoubleAA I was looking at the Mishnayos Zecher Chanoch here: Sotah 3:5
Feb
3
comment Is there a p'sak when dealing with de'os?
The first quote is Sotah (3:4-5) at the end of 5.