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Questions about Jewish customs and traditions.

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In this question the concept of leaving Sefarim open being linked to forgetfulness is discussed. Does such a principle apply to Secular books as well or is it strictly limited to Torah-books? (Lookin …
asked Oct 27 '16 by TrustMeI'mARabbi
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I heard that there is an idea of not leaving a Sefer open because it can cause forgetfulness. Is this idea written about anywhere in Halachic literature? If so where is it located?
asked Oct 26 '16 by TrustMeI'mARabbi
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I recall hearing that the rationale stems from a quote from the Talmud Bavli in Bava Metzia 42a (Partial Quote) (Source/Translation from Sefaria.org) וא"ר יצחק אין הברכה מצוייה אלא בדבר הסמוי מן …
answered Dec 14 '17 by TrustMeI'mARabbi
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I believe answers your questions are all found in the Metzudos David. The first thing to note is that based on the explanation of the the commentary. It is to be noted that he is of the opinion that …
answered Aug 21 '16 by TrustMeI'mARabbi