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  • #1134515

    My husband tells me that all the halachois only refer to clothes but shoes are not included

    Please ask your husband, if spectacles are also excluded from this Halocho?

    Spectacles are probably not a levush, i think some people do not even wear them on shabbos.

    #1134516

    Spectacles… Most people wear glasses instead…

    #1134517

    The briskers do not wear glasses or spectacles or “brillen” on shabbos

    #1134518

    RR44
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    At least last year there were some talmidei chachomim around

    #1134519

    DASH2
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    RR, i think it machloikes between R’ pinchos Roberts shlit”a and the sadigurer Rebbe, as Rabbi robert’s children and grandchildren do not wear seperate shoes on shabbos, and the sadigurer rebbe’s children do.

    As a chossid of Rabbi roberts that you obviously are, you shouldn’t.

    #1134520

    DASH2
    Member

    RR, by the way what on earth happened to your shoes?????

    [Don’t worry, i know all about Rabbi K.]

    #1134521

    Hashemisreading
    Participant

    How do you pronounce Shabbos Shoes?

    a) Shabbos_Shoes

    b) Shabbishoes

    #1134522

    Joseph
    Participant

    Shabbos Shich

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    Hashemisreading
    Participant

    c) Shabbos Shichalach

    #1134524

    zahavasdad
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    Just notice this

    The briskers do not wear glasses or spectacles or “brillen” on shabbos

    How is someone supposed to Daven or read if they dont wear glasses and they need them unless they wear Contacts

    #1134525

    ivory
    Member

    I would think that in today’s days , when people generally have way more than one pair of shoes, one pair should be a nicer pair for Shabbos. How do brisker see on Shabbos if they’re not wearing glasses?

    #1134526

    Joseph
    Participant

    Briskers have 20/20 vision.

    #1134527

    Nechomah
    Participant

    Briskers generally do not carry on Shabbos and treat glasses as carrying, so they don’t do it. My husband feels that he does not need glasses to see where he is going, only for reading. Whether or not this is true is a matter of intense debate, but in any case, he leaves a pair of reading glasses in shul and has another pair at home, leaving each pair in its place.

    #1134528

    Joseph
    Participant

    Nechomah: What do Briskers whose vision is poor enough that they require opticals simply to see more than a few feet in front of them do? (Is your family Brisk?)

    #1134529

    Sam2
    Participant

    Joseph: Many members of my family have adopted Brisk. They leave a pair of glasses at home and a pair in Shul and they struggle through in the middle. They will rely on the Eruv for glasses if (and only if) their poor vision actually won’t allow them to get to Shul otherwise.

    All of this is only if they don’t wear their glasses full time. I have a few relatives who wear the same glasses for everything they do (both distance and reading) and therefore they can wear them on Shabbos.

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