Michoel
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talking after washing
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From ben olam haba web site: Before washing for Al Netilas Yadayim, it is important to ensure that the table is set and ready for the meal and that the bread, salt and breadknife is already on ...

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When can Melavah Malkah be eaten until?
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http://shulchanaruchharav.com/Home-Database/default.aspx?pageid=the_details_of_melave_malka2#_ftnref15 One should eat the meal as close to the conclusion of Shabbos as possible.[39] Some[40] rule ...

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talking after washing
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from halacha yomit site: The Gemara in Masechet Berachot (42a) states: “Immediately following hand-washing, one must bless.” The Rishonim disagree as to the explanation of this Gemara: The ...

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shehecheyanu on eruv tavshilin
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There are some suggestions at this Web site: http://dinonline.org/2017/05/02/why-dont-we-say-a-shehechiyanu-on-the-mitzvah-of-eruv-tavshilin/

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Deliveries during Pesach
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From torah.org: QUESTION: What should be done if a package containing chametz arrives at one's home or business during Pesach? DISCUSSION: One who knows - or even suspects - that the package may ...

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How much is one obligated to help a struggling minyan?
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According to HaRav Dovid Castle in "To Live Among Friends," chesed is a mitzvah kiyumis; therefore, one is not obligated to help the other minyan if doing so will shter him (e.g., he is not obligated ...

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May one sleep inside if one believes it will rain during sukkoth?
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Weather forecast are not always accurate and even when the predicted rain does come it may be delayed or possibly not fall in all the predicted locations equally. However if one believes in the ...

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Why seem to sell and be mafkir chametz?
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He might not mean the bittul sincerely - therefore, the bittul is not enough. Selling chametz is something that is controversial. People sell chametz so that they will be able to eat it after Pesach. ...

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The "nu" clause
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In a place where it's forbidden to make a hefsek, "nu" should not be said - especially since this expression has a well-known meaning, so it's basically the same as saying a word. Between netila and ...

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