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comment Is it correct to read the pasuk of Deuteronomy 15:11 with the “never” term?
I would like to know why a lot of comments have been deleted and the points of the question post receded from 2 to 1... But ok... Anyway, thanks Mi Yodeia arbiters and all the users for the answers and help.
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accepted Is it correct to read the pasuk of Deuteronomy 15:11 with the “never” term?
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comment Is it correct to read the pasuk of Deuteronomy 15:11 with the “never” term?
Hi @sabbahillel ! Well, I guess that, in this passuk, the divine is stating about short term, not long term of social conditions. I believe the translation is quite tendentious.. you know... In fact, it's also written this same way in the KJV, then, it's doubtful.
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comment Is it correct to read the pasuk of Deuteronomy 15:11 with the “never” term?
Hi @DoubleAA ! So, this passuk is a prophecy? Just with a vague notion of mine, I guess all the prophecies, when stating negative things to occur in the future, are based in causes of sins that turns out to result in bad consequences.. Isn't it?
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comment Is it correct to read the pasuk of Deuteronomy 15:11 with the “never” term?
Hi @mevaqesh ! I asked the question because כִּי לֹא-יֶחְדַּל אֶבְיוֹן, if I know to read the hebrew at least a bit on the basics, the word "never" is not written there.. you know... So, how is "never" in hebrew? Shoudn't be "lo le'olam vaed", or etc?
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revised Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
But after all, here is Brazil, and such sort of thing we see every day in the whole society... I just did not expected to see these rabbanim also debasing themselves to such level... That's it.. You should only see with your own eyes! lol! I'm not judging jews here.. I just want to improve my learning curve, and confirm about things that I was holding as mere hipothesis. That's it! Thank you very much for the great help, @hazoriz ! :)
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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
Hi @hazoriz ! Your analysis of my question about lashon hara is great, and indeed solved my doubt. I just raised the question to make sure of it. I am a ben Noach still learning about Judaism, and the jewish community to which I referred is also created entirely by baalim teshuva converted to Judaism. The rabbanim already have even rabbinate certificate recognized by an orthodox community of Israel. Their Torah studies are outstanding... But lately they have shown a very strange behavior, and let me very disappointed in some factors of moral order.
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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
Also I want to know: and if the members of a synagogue begin to insinuate (by various indirect forms, and never trying to help with direct approaches of problem solving) that a person that's frequenting the community is "lazy", "irresponsible" and etc?.. Would not this be a lashom hara too?
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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
Hi mister @hazoriz It'll be interesting for me to know how about a regulated job in a large company where the supervision tend to be decentralized and better organized, and with fixed salaries based on the minimum wage values defined by the Constitution of the whole country? Wouldn't this be a very different way of work, even outside the stakes of slavery?
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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
thanks vary much for the answer, @mbloch ! Much helpful indeed! Shalom Shalom everyone! :)
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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
Yes! Ofcourse! Please bring it, @hazoriz ! All your comments are good. It's a great help! :)
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comment Must one “work” and “deserve” to observe Shabbat?
Hi @hazoriz . Well, I click the arrow several times, but it automaticaly recedes to 0... It seems I need points or credits to click on the arrows... :( ... No! They don't go to the synagogue to get donations.. They are quite sincere and serious persons, and they go to the synagogue for their teshuva. They just love Judaism. They have never asked the synagogue's members for any kind of help, and one of them even don't have a stable livelihood. Unfortunately, the community is making lashom hara about them, mainly by indirect ways, saying they are "lazy" and etc... :(
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