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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​כי הות אמינא מילתא הוה אקשי ליך עשרין וארבע קושייתא ונפריקנא להון עשרין וארבעה פרוקי וממילא רווחא שמעתא


Jul
7
comment Why don't some do yibum today, l'chatchilah?
Who's "we"? Some people do Yibbum nowadays. I personally haven't (and hope never to need to).
Jul
7
comment What happens when a Jew eats non-Kosher food by mistake?
@Fred Just both cases of i ate something when i wasn't supposed to; what now? I recognize the nature of the prohibitions are different.
Jul
7
comment Is it permitted to have an abortion if divorce if imminent?
Are you worried about the emotional health of the parents or the baby
Jul
6
comment What happens when a Jew eats non-Kosher food by mistake?
judaism.stackexchange.com/q/12169/759
Jul
6
comment Where do the different traditions for hours of waiting between meat and milk come from?
I know people who wait 4, and others who only wait 4 in the winter.
Jul
6
comment Fruit Leather in Gemara Sukkah
The timestamp is the same. Must have been less than a second difference.
Jul
6
comment Fruit Leather in Gemara Sukkah
We tied!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jul
6
answered Fruit Leather in Gemara Sukkah
Jul
6
reviewed Approve Moral Culpability in the Garden
Jul
6
comment Prohibition to wear black for mourning?
"the Torah itself" What do you mean by that phrase?
Jul
6
revised Moral Culpability in the Garden
edited tags
Jul
6
comment Moral Culpability in the Garden
I have no idea as those aren't well-defined categories. I know he knew not do it.
Jul
6
comment Woman's hair covering in the home or in private
@AvrohomYitzchok Then why did you post it on this answer without any explanation?
Jul
6
comment Moral Culpability in the Garden
They clearly knew they weren't supposed to eat it. God told them!
Jul
6
comment Must one follow a community's candle-lighting time?
Are there other shuls in the area?
Jul
6
comment At what point do we reject a minhag?
I dispute that they are both present. Just because you don't understand something doesn't mean you know it is mistaken.
Jul
6
comment At what point do we reject a minhag?
@YEZ If you say so. So what? There are two requirements I laid out.
Jul
6
comment At what point do we reject a minhag?
@YEZ That's his call, not mine.
Jul
6
comment why do jewish women wear so much black?
judaism.stackexchange.com/a/41096/759
Jul
6
revised Prohibition to wear black for mourning?
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