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yes In sefer CHELEK YOFFE (written by the son of reb chaim palagi ) he writes…………that these three days were in mirror of shloshes ymei hagbolo needed before matan torah in sefer shmoiss 19:15 source: the megilla ester by oz vehadar (mesivta)


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The first bolded line is: ולהיותו גם שב גם ישיש הרחק מעליו דרכך ולא תשב עמו בשלום אבל תגרשהו It translates as: And because he is old and venerated (held in great respect), distance your ways from him. And don't sit (work) with him in peace (meaning partnership), but separate from him... Your second bolded line is: וזהו ולא תורד שיבתו בסבת השלום אשר לו ...


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According to this site here it was the author of the sefer Erech Apayim i.e. Rav Avraham Yellin himself (see also here), who wrote the notes under the name V'Yosef Avraham: בשולי הספר, כתב המחבר הערות והרחבות בשם ויוסף אברהם אשר מרחיבות את הנושא הנדון, מביאות מקורות, דוגמאות, הסברים, וכד', אולם הן לא הודפסו בכל המהדורות. In the margins of the book, the ...


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This is an observation that the Chofetz Chaim addresses in his Likkutim in his Kuntres on Talmid Torah (see here) where he brings the Gemara from Sanhedrin. However, whilst he points out the importance of Torah study he does not mention how it actually saves a person. Perhaps a good starting point, at least on a simple level, is the Tanna DeVei Eliyahu, ...


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I don't know if this will answer your question directly. However, I think it is very important to add to the conversation. This is an excerpt from one of Reb Itche Meir Morgenstern Shlita's weekly emails. (To be precise, it's from Parshas Mikeitz 5781.) It is part of the Nishmasin Chaditin section of the email. It is where they record many things the Tzaddik ...


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In some cases it is brutally obvious -- pseudo-Rashi on Tamid, for example, cites Rashi on Shabbat by name. In others it's more difficult to tell. A few tools -- pseudo-Rashi occasionally cites different foreign languages, or the same ones (French, German/Yiddish) at different frequencies. pseudo-Rashi occasionally explicitly disagrees with genuine Rashi on ...


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Let's backtrack. The Gemara in Bechoros (8b) describes a debate between Rebbi Yehoshua ben Chananya and the Roman Emporer as to the period of pregnancy of a snake. R' Yehoshua ben Chananya holds that the period is 7 years, yet The Emporer claims that the Sabei Debei Atuna - The Sages of Athens bred snakes who were only pregnant for 3 years. R' Yehoshua ben ...


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