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comment Make for yourself a website?
I think we are sidestepping the real issue here.. the issue is not "should I act based on what a website says or should I ask a rabbi".. that is obvious and no one disagrees on the answer to that.. but the real question is... "should I act based on what a website says or should I just do what I think is right on my own?" which is the harder and more relevant question. The reality is that many people who read this site don't have a real "rav" and are not planning to get one any time soon, but they ask here because they are still interested in the truth. Is it better that they don't ask at all?
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accepted obligation of someone who reads a Psak Din sign in the street
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comment Is it a sin to escape the death penalty?
Jewish court...
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asked Is it a sin to escape the death penalty?
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asked obligation of someone who reads a Psak Din sign in the street
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comment What do people mean when they say “Kaballah”?
I actually tried to point them to 2, but they weren't interested.
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revised very different Pesach cleaning practices
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comment tznius in the bathroom
+1 for "no pun intended"
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asked what are the limits of “mesira”?
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comment What do people mean when they say “Kaballah”?
So am I correct that if someone wants to learn the "real" Kabbalah they should learn Tanya, or is there a better source?