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Oct
21
accepted Why does the Mishnah/Gemara begin with Masekhet Berakhot?
Oct
21
comment Meaning of the verses ana hashem hoshia/hatzlicha na?
FYI, these verses are taken directly from Psalm 118:25
Oct
21
revised Meaning of the verses ana hashem hoshia/hatzlicha na?
slightly corrected translation
Oct
21
answered what is good teshuva book
Oct
20
asked Why does the Mishnah/Gemara begin with Masekhet Berakhot?
Oct
17
revised Is there any halachic basis for beating the aravot on dirt?
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Oct
17
comment emailing from israel to diaspora isru chag
In addition to Isaac's comment, this question concerns Yom Tov Sheni (Mi'DeRabbanan) whereas the question I referenced concerns Shabbat (Mi'DeOra'ita).
Oct
17
revised Is there any halachic basis for beating the aravot on dirt?
Corrected answer to address question
Oct
17
revised Is there any halachic basis for beating the aravot on dirt?
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Oct
17
answered Is there any halachic basis for beating the aravot on dirt?
Oct
17
comment Waving the lulav
Per my reading of the question, this answer doesn't really address why we shake the Lulav in each particular direction for each particular word.
Oct
17
answered How to go about finding a personal Rav
Oct
15
comment Kiddush, Learning and Mitzvos for dead/niftar neshamos
Yalqut Yosef cites Sifrei specifically (in addition to Hazon 'Ovadiah) in making its statement.
Oct
15
answered How to inspire tears in davening?
Oct
14
revised If someone accidentally steps backward before the end of Shmoneh Esrei, what should he do?
added qs"a link; added detail
Oct
14
revised If someone accidentally steps backward before the end of Shmoneh Esrei, what should he do?
added qs"a link
Oct
14
revised Kiddush, Learning and Mitzvos for dead/niftar neshamos
added DoubleAA's more accurate translation
Oct
14
comment Kiddush, Learning and Mitzvos for dead/niftar neshamos
You're right. "Righteousness" would probably be "צדק".
Oct
14
answered If someone accidentally steps backward before the end of Shmoneh Esrei, what should he do?
Oct
14
revised Kiddush, Learning and Mitzvos for dead/niftar neshamos
added link to sefer hasidim at hebrewbooks.org