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The Mishnah in Horiyos (13a) sets out an order of priorities for different situations. One of the situations presented, is regarding saving a person's life. Let's say, that I can save only ONE person in a group of people, whose lives are ALL in danger, which one should I choose to save? Since a kidney donation is a life saving act, I suggest that the order ...


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First of all, kudos to you for this amazing selfless act! I believe אין דוחין נפש מפני נפש means you mustn't cause someone to die in order to save someone else from death. In this situation, you are not causing anyone to die. On the contrary, you are doing a heroic selfless act in order to save a life. You are not obliged to donate a part of your body to ...


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Chacham Ben Tzion Abba Shaul 2:page.258:12 held that working out to break a sweat is prohibited . However ,if one wants to work out without the intention of sweating then it is permmited. He also permits one to run if one doesn't have in mind to sweat. I don't beleive this is an accepted opinion by many,but he rules based off the Shulchan Aruch 328:42. Text:...


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