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comment Sources to encourage returning s'farim to their places
First, is it muktzah, and second, if it is, does its attachment to the book/sefer render the sefer muktzah?
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comment Sources to encourage returning s'farim to their places
I'd wager that you could, as reading/interacting with an RFID tag isn't easy, and so there wouldn't be a danger of potentially violating Shabbos, you'd have to deliberately go out of your way to do it.
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comment Is there a reason to cover your yawn?
I was just about to comment this. +1
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comment Why put on Tefillin shel yad halfway?
Can you source the Arizal?
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comment Dating through the Rabbis?
That's really difficult to say, it heavily depends on the community and the accepted local custom. Usually, the shadchan also acts as a middle-man/middle-woman to facilitate needs of both parties. If the man is very interested in the lady, but the lady doesn't feel very interested in the man, the shadchan will usually be the one to facilitate the communication between the two about these matters.
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comment Must a Divorced Man Wear a Tallis While Davening?
By the way, you can usually tell by the way a person wears his tallis: the accepted custom in most askenazic shuls is that the Yekkes/German-Jews who haven't yet been married will wear a hat while davening while those who have been married will wear their tallis over their head.
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answered Dating through the Rabbis?
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comment What green plants can I use for s'chach?
@NoachmiFrankfurt You're going to need a lot of lulavim...
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comment What green plants can I use for s'chach?
FYI: Using schach made of living things will almost invariably lead to finding vegetation debris throughout your sukkah (and possibly in your food). In previous years, we used palm fronds, but they always shrivel up, wilt, droop, and leave debris everywhere. Your mileage may vary.
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