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One must wash before each tefilah (S"A 92:4, 233:2). Do you need to wash 3 times before davening, or is 1 time sufficient?
asked Feb 5 '14 by Eliyahu
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I know you can't talk during פסוקי דזמרה, and certainly not during ברכות קריאת שמע. What about between them? And if not talking, what about דברי תורה?
asked Jan 13 '14 by Eliyahu
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If I have a lapse in concentration during a few words in davening, it improves my davening tremendously to be able to go back and force myself to immediately say those words again, properly. I find th …
asked Jan 12 '14 by Eliyahu
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Revach.net quotes the Nimukei Orach Chaim from Piskei Tshuvos 686 footnote 17, who learns that, as they put it: ...anything we can do to increase our happiness is a kiyum of the mitzva. Becau …
answered Mar 12 '14 by Eliyahu
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Does anyone know of good shiurim and preferably ongoing series of good audio shiurim on halacha that are available online? I'm preferably looking for something: Practice-level. Relevant to …
asked Feb 21 '14 by Eliyahu
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of commentaries on Tanach, Gemara, Halacha and Aggadah are considered sheimos only mi’derabbanan since it is unusual to find Hashem’s names in them. Reference notes that are incomprehensible on … , Mishnayos, Gemaras, and most parts of commentaries on Tanach, Gemara, Halacha and Aggadah are considered sheimos only mi’derabbanan since it is unusual to find Hashem’s names in them. PERMANENCE …
answered Feb 21 '14 by Eliyahu
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Two sources: The Vilna Gaon on Shulchan Aruch Yoreh De'ah Siman 89 Seif Koton 11. Kabbalah can be a reason to be Machmir. The Mishna Brura Siman 25 Seif Koton 42: Same as a Vilna Gaon. Also, if someth …
answered Jan 5 '14 by Eliyahu
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On Shabbos Hamotzi is done with much funfare - start the cut before, cut a piece, dip in salt. What about during the week? Is it a good thing to: dip in salt? rip off a piece and eat that piece bef …
asked Feb 25 '14 by Eliyahu
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According to dinonline.org: You do not have to daven maariv before breaking the fast.
answered Dec 18 '18 by Eliyahu
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The Torah says numerous times ופסיליהם תשרפון באש, e.g. דברים פרק ז, especially in the context on entering the land of Israel.
answered Dec 26 '13 by Eliyahu
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Rabbi Neustadt's "The Daily Halachah Discussion", around page 242, has a long discussion on the matter, including a discussion he had with Rav Elyashiv, he concludes that [as long as you are not espec …
answered Feb 10 '14 by Eliyahu