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The little I know about this problem is that if you need it filtered than it should be a d’oriysah! What kind of filter (that’s acceptable) is permitted?
I think a serious question would be using a filter on Shabbos – in areas where it’s required.
In this instance the substance he abused was his wife!
WIY: Thank you.
PBA: I hear you. But WIY’s approach seems more correct. Someone is being mazik another, he has all the right to remove it. Whether it’s called trespass or not.
(and WIY asked a sha’alah)
Actually I was. It was out of my hat, I didn’t recall it entirely. That case in question refers to memalah chatzeiro, actually his property. Nosai Kailim in halacha (I think) discuss extent of damage, and if permission was granted.
Our case, where permission was not granted, and because of dina dmalchusa should be considered one’s own property with regards to accessing his domain, should certainly permit him to have the offender removed with minimal damage. (I’m no rav or rabbi, so it appears)
I think you’re incorrect in that matter. The gemarah speaks about one who sets up flasks outside one’s property, blocking his entrance, if I remember correctly.
RebDoniel: Are you hinting something?
Thanks. I enjoy a REAL level-headed response.
I was just wondering why, and what gain does one get by having the offender ticketed? Isn’t towing enough? I thought one is supposed to try to minimize the damage, maybe I was wrong?
BP Mentch – You do sound like a mentch!
Oh, and btw popa, I’m not so familiar with the halacha, isn’t there a concept of ???? ????? ???? ??????. So if he wants to park in his driveway, rightfully, and one is blocking him, shouldn’t he be in his right halachakly to remove the offender?
Pardon my questioning, is this a real situation or a set up allegory, parable you’re trying to point out.
I honestly don’t think Hashem approves of knowingly causing anther Jew pain, discomfort. If that spot is reserved for his entry and you’re knowingly blocking him – no, Hashem definitely disapproves.
If he missed your act, or does not need that spot now, for whatever reason, then maybe yes. On the other hand, maybe not – you’re initiation a confrontation, you’re tempting another into machlokes, strife. No need for that.
What get’s to me (as I don’t own a driveway), is why those that do have their own driveways park on the regular places. Why use a space from those who cannot park in a driveway? Can’t they too be considerate?
I’m not sure I got you. If you’re blocking another’s car in the driveway, he has all the reason to be upset. Same if you’re blocking / preventing his entry to his own driveway. You’re doing that homeowner an avlah.
I don’t think ???? ?? ?’ ????? is a French concept. Neither ??? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?’ ?????? ????? ????? ???.
Sure we’re born for a workout. But with ????.February 12, 2013 5:02 pm at 5:02 pm in reply to: Should Harassing Other Posters Be Allowed in the CR? #929143
A site that’s called Yeshiva World should not be a venue for people to hurl insults, hurt to another. Especially anonymously, where one does not know whom he/she is hurting, all of the other party’s circumstances, attitudes, psychological and intellectual makeup. In a way it’s a bigger nisayon, the bully is anonymous, he can just log off and smile, nobody but Hashem knows what he’s just done.
But one with sterling middos won’t be tempted, swayed. It rubs against his inner self to cause harm to another.
??? ???? ?????? is is internalized into his being and will only seek another’s benefit, good.
We are the nation of ????? ?????, aren’t we?
Maybe the driver was in the process of “GRABBING” a coveted parking spot. Have you no rachmonus on those poor fellows?
I believe the OP is referring to illegal parking marks on the sidewalk just for the purpose of parking on the street – not in the (fake) driveway. Why the shout? Because for the rest of us who don’t own such an illegal privilege, parking in the Boro of NO Park can be a literal nightmare. One can run out of gas searching for a parking spot within a mile radius of one’s home.
I know. I’m one of those unfortunates.
If one eats a lot of chips he/she gets skinny. They’re skinny aren’t they?
?iunihs a htiw ti od ew tsum ro epyt ot dewolla eno si oS
I think it should be permitted to drive (on Yom Tov), provided you ignite the engine with an existing flame. Should have indicated it to her.
Why should one be respectful to one speaking more than to Hashem?!? Don’t they shmooze during davening? So why during a speech must it be silent?
Aren’t you supposed to see the stars on sukkos?
Aries: could have said that w/o such a sting. I’m outta this place!
Aries, I don’t think it’s the proper time and place to take a general swipe at people who want to be medakdek in mitzvohs. Agreed one who tries to out-do the Torah is ?? ?? ???? ????, people following (and trying to follow) in footsteps of the great of yesteryear, to be totally and wholly connected to HaShem and His Torah, are to be commended, not frowned upon.
Do you take a ????? That’s a chumra. You take it on the second day too? That’s a chumra upon a chumra!!
So there’s a difference, of course, of why one is doing, or not doing the issue at hand. It’s the motivation that counts.
I forgot, we are bidden by chazal, to make fences, ??? ????, just it has to come from a Torah standpoint as mentioned earlier, else it’s ?? ?? ???? ????.
Gotta get back to my chumra of building a sukka (I could really eat in someone else’s, maybe I’m not even chayev, maybe I could be yotze with someone else…)
OK. I’ll be mochel too. (I forgot – you’re not reading this)
You mean I could be dangerous here?!?! That’s a scary thought. HELP. I’m running away from myself..
A Yovon in Sukkah?!?