4,539 reputation
617
bio website
location Jerusalem
age
visits member for 1 year, 7 months
seen yesterday

Nov
3
revised Bishul Akum for Sefardim
deleted 1 characters in body
Nov
3
asked Bishul Akum for Sefardim
Nov
3
comment One Shabbos or two?
point is that shabbat helps a person do teshuva if kept properly. perhaps this effect is stronger in israel
Nov
3
comment The Avot and the number 3
@bondonk it's a long subject. you have to see it in proper perspective. i suggest hearing the audio
Nov
2
comment The Avot and the number 3
each was metaken the 3 flaws of kina,taava, and kavod which are the roots of all evil as mentioned in pirket avot and discussed here: dafyomireview.com/audio/m04-3_flaws_of_man_and_role_of_jews.mp3
Nov
2
answered One Shabbos or two?
Nov
2
comment Is one obligated to do some kind of Jewish outreach today
that answer just says it is a "big mitzva". my question is whether it is a "must do" type of mitzva such as lulav or like when someone is drowning and only you can save him.
Nov
2
revised How do we know that God does not take human form?
added 142 characters in body
Nov
2
revised Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?
added 47 characters in body
Nov
1
revised Is one obligated to do some kind of Jewish outreach today
added 90 characters in body
Nov
1
comment Is one obligated to do some kind of Jewish outreach today
spiritual danger may also be in this category. that's part of the question. examples of outreach - endeavoring to have nonreligious guests or learning on the phone, etc.
Nov
1
revised Is one obligated to do some kind of Jewish outreach today
added 1 characters in body
Nov
1
asked Is one obligated to do some kind of Jewish outreach today
Oct
31
comment Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?
@J.C.Salomon not quite. primarily the consequence of that plan, which is the yichud of hanhaga - that God alone runs the world according to that plan - to bring everything to its shelemut in the end. see daat tevunot who talks alot about this in the early chapters
Oct
31
comment Covering containers of water
I once read that Rav Elyashiv was stringent to cover even the water for netilat yadayim in the morning. He said the same reason as user3445
Oct
31
comment Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?
what other things? Moshiach symbolizes that history is not a chain of events going nowhere. i.e. that there is a plan. letaken olam b'malchut shadai, which you say three times a day, in the alenu leshabeach prayer. - from Rabbi Milevsky. it is important because this is part of yichud Hashem as my answer clearly states.
Oct
31
comment Why are there four types of execution?
so why on other corporal punishments (lashes) is it the same regardless? this was part of the question. thnx alot.
Oct
31
comment Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?
without Moshiach there cannot be God's guidance since there's no divine plan. it's like driving a car without a destination plan. you cant call that guidance. guidance implies purpose - and Mashiach means the world is going towards a purpose.
Oct
31
comment Insulting a widow (almana) and apologizing
why should this be different than any other teshuva between two people?
Oct
31
answered Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?