5,901 reputation
823
bio website
location Jerusalem
age
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen 54 mins ago

Jul
1
answered Why do Yeshivos learn Talmud Bavli so extensively?
Jul
1
comment Mitzvah to study/know history?
@DoubleAA that verse seems to refer to jewish history
Jun
29
answered The parameters of anger in halacha
Jun
29
comment Olam Haba depends on how you treat your wife
@Scimonster so write another question. Rabbi C.V. did not talk about that. would be intersting to know
Jun
29
comment Olam Haba depends on how you treat your wife
@Scimonster you're asking me or Rabbi Chaim Vital?
Jun
26
comment Olam Haba depends on how you treat your wife
@GershonGold i dont think this is from shaarei kedusha. where did you get this?
Jun
26
asked Olam Haba depends on how you treat your wife
Jun
26
answered Why does the belief in Mashiach require that one be anxious for his coming?
Jun
26
asked Lesson from Moshe's Rock
Jun
25
comment How does meshane hateva work?
I heard a variation of this. it's not nature that heals, it's God. so whatever the generation believes, He heals them through that. see shaar bitachon ch.4
Jun
24
comment What is the Zohar referring to when it speaks about 'Zer Anpin' (ז"א)?
see the book inner space by rabbi aryeh kaplan
Jun
24
revised What is déjà vu?
edited body
Jun
24
comment Abraham's converts…to what?
this gives some perspective of what he did at first chabad.org/global/popup/default_cdo/aid/2615/jewish/… probably more to it though, he also had a yeshiva where he taught torah
Jun
24
comment Is a check considered cash
a nafka mina would be on shemita year. if one paid his loan with a check and the lender did not yet cash the check.
Jun
24
revised What is déjà vu?
added 13 characters in body
Jun
24
answered What is déjà vu?
Jun
24
comment Did Yael Sleep with Sisra?
source is the oral tradition. are you asking if it is hinted in the verse?
Jun
24
comment Why are there only a finite number of people?
perhaps God created infinite other worlds with human beings and does not tell us so as to make us feel important.
Jun
24
comment Happiness for a Bar Mitzvah
the first mitzva (of the 613) is actually shema. this is why it's the first mishna as the vilna gaon writes there.
Jun
23
answered Source for Rambam on Habit and Character