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I'm assuming he is referring to the gemara in Eiruvin 63b Rav Bruna said in the name of Rav whoever sleeps in the room of a husband and his wife are gets the passuk from Micha 2 'the women of my natio …
answered Jun 5 '15 by user6591
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No, It applies to all interpersonal relationships. See Yevamos 65b where the statement of the other shvatim to Yosef is under discussion. See also Magen Avraham in siman 156 in the name of seffer cha …
answered Jun 10 '15 by user6591
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The Aruch Hashulchan in Yoreh Deah siman 289 siff 15 says even though one must use nails to affix the mezuzah, he thinks gluing the mezuzah with paper to the wall is good enough because its a solid co …
answered Sep 23 '14 by user6591
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Mishna Berurah in siman 8 siff 11 #25 quotes a Magen Avraham that whether or not you wear the beged on top or under your clothing, The strings should not be stuck into the corners. However, concerning …
answered Feb 18 '15 by user6591
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I asked this question to Rabbi Belsky one time and he said It's fine. He said clipping with a nail clipper is like cutting with a scissor, not like shaving with a razor. I then mentioned that my conc …
answered Dec 16 '14 by user6591
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Mishna Berurah left it as a question if Teffilin such as this would be kosher, even bidieved. See Biur Halacha there as well. Getting back to modern day Teffilin. Nowadays Teffilin shel rosh are made …
answered Jun 16 '15 by user6591
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As mentioned in this other Mi Yodeya answer here: The Chafetz Chaim in Hilchos Lashon Hara (Klal 6, Sif 4) does give an allowance to listen to someone vent about their day, but only so that they can …
answered May 31 '18 by user6591
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It seems that according to Rabbi Dessler, yes, every person causes 'chilul' based on his own level. Here's my translation from Michtov Me'Eliyahu 4 pg 88: The Rishonim wrote that sin is a disease …
answered Aug 15 '16 by user6591
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The Netziv writes in The Ha'amek Davar, about people going home from the battle due to their fears, that in fact suicidal people were allowed to go to the battlefield in order to end their lives in a …
answered Jul 29 '14 by user6591
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See Yoreh Deah siman 120 siff 8 where the Ramma explicitly says that a non-food item utensil can not be used even temporarily for food. But there is an interesting side point where we find that a ute …
answered Dec 31 '14 by user6591
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First of all we are discussing a Meshumad who himself has decided to leave the faith, see Beis Yosef, where even if originally he was mishtamed by force, as long as he as opportunity to return but doe …
answered May 27 '15 by user6591
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siman 27 the Mishna Berurah and Biur Halacha that Fred quoted in his comments who says in the name of the Magen Avraham who quotes a Beis Yosef quoting Mordechai that says one who trains himself to … parenthesis he mentions that he thinks the Ramma's opinion in the Darkei Moshe is that switching usage will change the halacha. He is apparently referencing the Darkei Moshe Ha'Aruch #6. The funny …
answered Jun 19 '15 by user6591
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Closest I could find for you. Maseches Keilim chapter 15 is where we find the laws of pshutei kli eitz (from here on p.k.e.). While it is true that p.k.e. are not mikabel tumah on a dioraisa level, t …
answered Oct 27 '14 by user6591
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In Rabbi Reissman's seffer on Hilchos Ribbis, he says it is allowed to return the full amount of eggs. The following is a quote from page 34, footnote 10: If someone borrowed a dozen eggs and foun …
answered Jun 26 '18 by user6591
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rely on them when the government enforces the allowed practice. But that is not the basis for the basic rule. The basic halacha is simply a matter of assumptions. This idea is present in hilchos pas …
answered Jun 10 '15 by user6591

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