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Jul
28
comment What's her husband doing at the gates in the middle of her song?
Moving on! It's great to give people credit! But you should make sure to at least quote and/or paraphrase them, so that your answer isn't completely dependent upon their post. (This can cause issues if, for example, they delete theirs, or more answers are added and then people have to go to page two just to understand your answer). If one answer is so dependent on another, it may be a better idea to leave it as a comment instead. In this case, you're adding sources, so that does add new info, but it should at least include an explanation of those sources, else it should be a comment.
Jul
28
comment What's her husband doing at the gates in the middle of her song?
Interesting! I've never come across this practice. You might want to consider explaining why "his success is her's" in your answer, especially for if "her" refers to the Torah. (though it may seem largely self-explanatory, it will make your answer more self-contained and approachable). Also, any sources would be very helpful.
Jul
25
comment What's her husband doing at the gates in the middle of her song?
But every other pasuk is listing a praise for her, it seems that there are many praiseworthy things that a woman does that doesn't involve hee husband's accomplishments. And why is becoming a judge a man's tafkid?
Jul
25
comment What's her husband doing at the gates in the middle of her song?
"Kollel wife" l'afukei mai?
Jul
23
awarded  Good Question
Jul
22
comment If a virgin birth actually disqualifies a Messianic candidate, how then should Isaiah 7:14 be interpreted?
'Twas my bad, I misread on my first pass.
Jul
22
comment If a virgin birth actually disqualifies a Messianic candidate, how then should Isaiah 7:14 be interpreted?
That her naming would be prophetic is mentioned by Rashi, but he doesn't specify that that is what the proof is. "and this is the sign, for she is a young girl, and she never prophesied, yet in this instance, Divine inspiration shall rest upon her. ... And some interpret that this is the sign, that she was a young girl and incapable of giving birth."
Jul
22
revised If a virgin birth actually disqualifies a Messianic candidate, how then should Isaiah 7:14 be interpreted?
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Jul
10
awarded  Good Question
Jul
9
comment Hassidim and white shirt
Assuming that the answer is yes, the reason is so that the right side of the garment should be buttoned over the left, thereby putting chesed on top of gevurah.
Jul
9
comment Hassidim and white shirt
Hey @maaaan, welcome to Mi Yodeya! Usually, it's the opposite: Chesed is connected with the right side and gevurah with the left. Also, what do you mean by "button these shirts from the left?" You mean that the buttons are on the left side (from the wearers perspective)?
Jul
2
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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
16
revised Shisha - mi yodeya?
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Jun
3
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Jun
3
comment Mesorah of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Ah, that is true, thanks! Well, if the chain is made up of people who they just "learned from," that ought to be very easy, but if the chain is more of "rebbe to rebbe" (i.e., mentor to mentor) than we're back to the Baal Shem Tov, I think.
Jun
3
comment Mesorah of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Out of curiousity, why ask about Lubavitch? Your question is really about the Baal Shem Tov's mesorah, right?
May
19
awarded  Nice Answer
May
19
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