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In Bava Metziah 84b we find Rabi Yehuda Hanasi being used by a calf as a hiding spottospot to escape slaughter. He told the calf to go back because 'for this you were created'. He subsequently suffered for many years untilluntil he stopped one of his household members from killing some rodents in the house and told her to just leave them be. After this compassionate act, he was shown compassion.

Apparently this is all on his level, both the cruelty and the kindness, but it is definitely a lesson for us, at least lifnim mishuras hadin, (beyond the halacha).

In Bava Metziah 84b we find Rabi Yehuda Hanasi being used by a calf as a hiding spotto escape slaughter. He told the calf to go back because 'for this you were created'. He subsequently suffered for many years untill he stopped one of his household members from killing some rodents in the house and told her to just leave them be. After this compassionate act, he was shown compassion.

Apparently this is all on his level, both the cruelty and the kindness, but it is definitely a lesson for us, at least lifnim mishuras hadin, (beyond the halacha).

In Bava Metziah 84b we find Rabi Yehuda Hanasi being used by a calf as a hiding spot to escape slaughter. He told the calf to go back because 'for this you were created'. He subsequently suffered for many years until he stopped one of his household members from killing some rodents in the house and told her to just leave them be. After this compassionate act, he was shown compassion.

Apparently this is all on his level, both the cruelty and the kindness, but it is definitely a lesson for us, at least lifnim mishuras hadin, (beyond the halacha).

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In Bava Metziah 84b we find Rabi Yehuda Hanasi being used by a calf as a hiding spotto escape slaughter. He told the calf to go back because 'for this you were created'. He subsequently suffered for many years untill he stopped one of his household members from killing some rodents in the house and told her to just leave them be. After this compassionate act, he was shown compassion.

Apparently this is all on his level, both the cruelty and the kindness, but it is definitely a lesson for us, at least lifnim mishuras hadin, (beyond the halacha).