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Jun
13
revised How does Silence lead to wisdom
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Jun
12
comment How does Silence lead to wisdom
@Shokhet true but i think it means general silence - even when people are not saying anything.
Jun
12
asked How does Silence lead to wisdom
Jun
12
comment Why do Jews physically resemble members of their “host” nationalities?
@YEZ i meant activating. by some as yet unknown mechanism. there is quite alot we dont know about the bottomless wisdom in cells
Jun
12
comment What is the parent's role in Jewish tradition on the matter of raising a child?
if you want to use the verse from my answer. go ahead and i'll delete.
Jun
12
answered What is the parent's role in Jewish tradition on the matter of raising a child?
Jun
12
comment Why do you make a Bracha on seeing a monkey?
also, the gemora in sanhedrin 109 says the dor haflaga turned to monkeys not the door hamabul. is this an error in the mileches shlomo or is he basing it on something other than the gemora on sanhedrin
Jun
12
comment Why do all Jews not look the same?
@Daniel see this judaism.stackexchange.com/a/25692/1857
Jun
12
revised Why do Jews physically resemble members of their “host” nationalities?
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Jun
12
comment Is Hashem corporeal?
How then could He create the physical if He has no connection to it?
Jun
12
comment Why do you make a Bracha on seeing a monkey?
is the beracha just in remembrance of the miracle or that all monkeys were once humans?
Jun
12
comment Hitting your child as a disciplinary/educational measure - modern opinions
@Gabi his answer was 100% clear to me. i personally asked him if it is true what the psychos say and he clearly replied no. what are you in doubt about?
Jun
11
comment Hitting your child as a disciplinary/educational measure - modern opinions
@Gabi its not my point. i just quoted rabbi leff you may not respect his view but i do
Jun
11
comment Hitting your child as a disciplinary/educational measure - modern opinions
@Gabi there's definitely a place for hitting. not just for kids, but for men too, as we see 39 lashes or the leviim beat up for dozing off, and many other places. the artscroll book "reb mendel" says people used to be able to bear pain and they grew better from it. today people just want ice cream.
Jun
11
answered How to make Torah learning inspiring
Jun
11
answered Hitting your child as a disciplinary/educational measure - modern opinions
Jun
10
comment Are some Apes banished Humans
did monkeys already exist? or were they the first?
Jun
10
asked Are some Apes banished Humans
Jun
9
comment Why are there no fish korbanot?
how much time do fish eggs spend in the mother fish's belly?
Jun
5
comment How can I respond to challenges to the Kuzari argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai?
sure...........