When you say the hadran after finishing a mesechta are you making a promise to do so? Should you omit the hadran if you have no plans of ever returning to study that gemara again?

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    If anything it's a shevua, not a neder. judaism.stackexchange.com/q/14884/759
    – Double AA
    May 30, 2012 at 19:57
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doubtful, it is exceedingly likely that the average person does not plan to return and finish the same mesechta within 3 regalim (pok chazi). Therefore this cannot be a common form of a shevua.

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    Perhaps that points to evidence that it isn't, but it doesn't provide a halachic reason for it not to be, which is what askers on this site are generally looking for. -1 That's besides the fact that your answer is based on the assumption that if Hadran Alakh was a shevua, it would be binding for three regalim, for which you provide no halachic evidence. Jun 3, 2012 at 5:02
  • What kind of signature is 00? isn't this the same signature that you, Vram, tried to use before and people objected to it? So, are you now posting and commenting on your own posts as if you're two different people?
    – Shemmy
    Jun 4, 2012 at 11:21
  • (Hamevin Yavin) Soooo confused about who is answering and commenting above!!! --->
    – Seth J
    Jun 5, 2012 at 20:56
  • not sure what is so confusing. the former vram account has been renamed to ه ه. this is a new vram account totally unaffiliated with the other account. Jun 7, 2012 at 2:41

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