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Sepharadi Jew in Chicago.

Nov
19
revised Should a woman avoid singing in front of her husband while she is a niddah?
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Nov
19
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
18
answered Should a woman avoid singing in front of her husband while she is a niddah?
Nov
18
answered Should a woman avoid singing in front of her husband while she is a niddah?
Nov
18
answered Fasting on the wedding day - when getting married right before or after a fast
Nov
11
revised (Psalms 69 (14)) How do we understand אלקים ברב חסדך, rather than ה׳ ברב חסדך
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Nov
11
revised (Psalms 69 (14)) How do we understand אלקים ברב חסדך, rather than ה׳ ברב חסדך
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Nov
6
answered Is הפעולה בשמות or “theurgy” similar to prayer in the Ramchal’s Derekh HaShem?
Oct
22
comment Wedding ring composition
My rabbi told me that even though platinum and white gold rings are the same color, we don't see that as a reason to avoid getting platinum or white gold rings.
Oct
14
comment “Tzon k'doshim!” ―“Baa!”: source/provenance
I have indeed seen a sefer Ben Yehoyada on Chumash. It can be purchased here or here.
Oct
14
answered Why was Cham considered one of the righteous people of the world at the time of the flood
Oct
14
comment Anim Zemiros is highly anthropomorphic; how come we sing it in public?
א thru ד. He could easily have included ה in the this answer as well.
Oct
10
answered Saying Birkat ha-Mazon without having said ha-Motsi before eating
Oct
10
comment Saying Birkat ha-Mazon without having said ha-Motsi before eating
Note that my previous comment, I used pizza as an example because it was the example already given in the answer, but the Halacha Berurah actually paskins that pizza is like bread, and you make hamotzi on it no matter how small an amount you're eating.
Oct
10
comment Saying Birkat ha-Mazon without having said ha-Motsi before eating
Shulchan Aruch Orach Chayim 168:6. Halacha Berurah 168:15 mentions that (assuming the things we've assumed about pizza) if you were to change your mind and then eat two slices of pizza, in addition to the one you already ate, you'd have to wash and say hamotzi before eating the additional slices of pizza.
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
7
answered Taharas mishpacha class for men
Sep
7
revised Onot perisha with birth control
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Sep
7
answered Onot perisha with birth control
Sep
5
awarded  Necromancer