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    David S.
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    This has to do with any Divrei Torah, issues in Shulchan Oruch and its Meforshim, and Torah and its Meforshim

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    WolfishMusings
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    This has to do with any Divrei Torah, issues in Shulchan Oruch and its Meforshim, and Torah and its Meforshim

    What is the “this” in the above sentence referring to?

    The Wolf

    #951089

    David S.
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    sorry for not being clear, I meant this thread when I said this.

    Let’s start out with Hanhogos Adam Baboker: Shulchan Oruch siman Alef, any comments or shailos on that?

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    flatbush27
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    david s. welcome to the CR!!! please head over to the New Members thread headed by asdfghjkl for a proper greeting!!

    #951092

    reenmasheen
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    It says yigaber ka ari that you have to get up like a lion,but if you went to the zoo on chol hamoed you would see that the lion is the most sleepy and lazy animal there,whats the comparison?

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    moish01
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    ever listened to professor chai and his torah zoo?

    #951094

    moish01
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    this isn’t a real source, but as far as i remember, most of the animal facts on that tape are based on emes.

    what i do know for a fact is that a lion sleeps for up to 20 hours a day.

    not sure about this, but i think that when they rise they do it with a lot of strength and determination.

    no one ever said to sleep like a lion – just to get up like one 😉

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    areivimzehlazeh
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    round of applause- that was a great answer

    #951096

    moish01
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    areivim, that was from a KID’S tape. not too impressive that my knowledge of torah is based on a story i listened to when i was seven.

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    oomis
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    :::::::::::Clapping madly for Moish:::::::::

    Maybe it is also that we should get up confidently, knowing that we can be misgabeir over our yetzer hara, the way that a lion is misgabeir over his enemies. Also, even the lion who is lazy and sleepy, DOES get up, because he has an achrayus to fulfill retzon Hashem.

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    areivimzehlazeh
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    moish who cares about the source (as long as it’s emes and jewish). I rate it a good answer because it makes sense, it was a good way of applying knowledge, was original and well put. (wew)

    #951099

    WolfishMusings
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    who cares about the source (as long as it’s emes and jewish).

    What if the source were emes but not Jewish?

    The Wolf

    #951100

    areivimzehlazeh
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    for questions on the shilchan oruch I wouldn’t go with anything non-jewish. Or do you disagree?

    #951101

    LanderTalmid
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    The maamar is ‘yisgabber koari laamod baboker’ not ‘yaamod baboker bigvurah koari.’ It is saying that one should get up and overpower the yetzer hara with the strength that a lion uses to hunt, as the gemara notes that a lion doesn’t even kill its prey but eats it live. This is a lesson to us who are not capable of killing the yetzer hara but require the strength of a lion to be victorious.

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