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about motzae Shabas: the evening following Shabas

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I seem to recall hearing — but don't remember from whom, I'm afraid — that this is the mitzva of loving your neighbor, since your wife wants your talis put away. Naturally, that would apply only to ma …
answered Oct 26 by msh210
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Rabbi Yaakov Emden's sidur includes a brief commentary that says why the first half of each line implies that we should not fear.
answered Jul 6 '11 by msh210
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Commenting on the Shulchan Aruch's "One should always set his table on motzae Shabas to escort Shabas", Mishna B'rura 300:3 writes: And for the same reason, some are accustomed to having more lamp …
answered Oct 11 '10 by msh210
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Is havdalah the same? Must one hear havdalah made by one who is obligated in havdalah? Generally, yes. However, a minor who has not yet said/heard any form of havdala is considered obligated by t …
answered Dec 6 '15 by msh210
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R'SimchasTorah's answer seems to cover many bases, but since the question seems to be asking specifically for as many people's respective customs as possible, I'll add my family's: we use chamar m'din …
answered Dec 24 '10 by msh210
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Based on my observation of what people do in general (and instructions in machzorim), they do not say "V'yiten l'cha" after the end of a yom tov which is Sunday (or Sunday and Monday, or Shabas and Su …
answered Jun 13 '12 by msh210