I was sure I’d made a new thread for it because that one was already locked.
While moving it there was a nice gesture, it can’t get any responses now
(unless someone else chooses to make a new thread, etc).
What other great powers might the mods now have? (And what great responsibilities?)
We can now align posts written in Hebrew to the right.
Does the new CR software allow mods to merge threads? (I know you can now split threads.)
Randomex, maybe they (posters who wish to respond) can do whatever you did, and if the mods see fit to move their posts as well, they will.
The main problem would have been that no one would have known your post was there since they wouldn’t have thought to check a closed thread, but now you took care of that.
And I am assuming (hoping?) that your link (which I haven’t yet read) takes care of undoing the possible problems inherent in the thread.
oh. I just read the link. I didn’t realize you were just commenting on the previous post.
If you don’t think it was the Ponovitzer Rav who do you think it was? I’ve heard the moshol before, but I don’t remember who said it.
Along the Maggid’s Journey (R’ Paysach Krohn) quotes it from Rav Yitzchok Elchonon (Spektor),
although it’s possible that it originated with someone else. (I think it might be attributed to a third source
in one of R’ Dovid Kaplan’s Impact! books.)
I couldn’t find it in that Impact! book, so forget about that.