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Can I get “Member”? Oh nevermind.
Sam2,I usually don’t argue with rabbanim who answer other people’s Shailos.But don’t we say “Minhag Yisroel Torah” and I don’t think it’s saying it’s a minhag and therfore optional…it’s saying its a minhag that should be practiced.
Learn in bais midrash and stay out of the house as much as possible:)
Great…i’ll take the new car & my wife will have the IPad. Thankx Newgoal, I will have to find out more about this.
Oops meant you’re. Just want syag to know I’m not ignorent 🙂
I have no idea what your talking about, but i bet my wife would. I’ll have to find out. are there any prizes worth winning?
If he is your Rov, get a new Rov.MMH has nothing to do with any other of your activities. In the context of the SA it refers only to lighting the Chanuka lights. if one wants to be MMH each member of the household lights each day as many lights as that day. Period. Anyone can be MMH for this purpose!
I don’t give out such private information.
if two people are learning from an untranslated shas, will they already know and share all the information on any given point that is contained within an Artscroll shas?
Not at all. One of the most valuable qualities of AS Shas are the notes which do a lot of research on numerous points on each daf. To do this research even for an accomplished Talmid chacham would take many hours. Also practiaclly all the rashis are explained. Every now and then there is a shver Rashi. A S is an invaluable tool, even if not used for translation of pshat in the gemara.
Actually a different wife makes all the difference.
Oh you just know. Syag don’t laugh.
But what is the chiddush of using ish v’ishto as opposed to zachar unekeva? I don’t think the midrash learns it from ish v’ishto.
We mourm the death of a Jew as one mourns for a family member. We are are on big family. L’havdil a goy is not family, hence we don’t mourn a goy’s death. Goyim have purpose in that they are here to serve the main servant of Hashem, the Yid.Just as any other briyah is here to serve the Jew.
Everyone should read through that at least twice before Ma’ariv tomorrow night.
Actually we start Viduy at Mincha tomorrow. But point well taken.
Orchos Tzadikim is all the musser one needs!October 4, 2011 8:21 pm at 8:21 pm in reply to: Oseh HaShalom vs. Hamvorach es amo Yisroel BaShalom #814303
I believe the Gra’s nusach was Hamvorach es amo Yisroel BaShalom.
the thinking is one is not allowed to change the matbeah shetavu chachmim. Not sure why and who changed the shmone esreh for aseres yemei teshuvah.
Oy! If you publicize this how will the plumbers make a parnassah now 🙂
Peace: I think it depends if the couple lives where frum Yidden live, so they can be witnesses. A marriage must have Kosher aidim…at the wedding or after the fact.
Yaakov is correct the main problem is Kosher shomer Torah umitzvos aidim. Wolf is also correct the double ring ceremony as somewhat problematic. Actually I believe this is a machlokes haposkim. As was stated Rav Moshe is matir a reform or conservative marriage. But Rav Eliyahu Henknin holds from the concept “Anan Sahadi” that means that if the couple are living together in the same house and shomrei TU”M know about it…this is sufficient to consider them married. As we are all witnesses that they are living together married.And would require a GET.
Mod, I concur on Syag’s aishes chayilness.
Syag, Tell your husband musser zoger sends his greetings! He will know.
If one says “Shabbos hee m’lizok ur’fuah krovah lavo” as is said in a mishberach why not?
Candy I of course will daven and I know you. You told me on Sunday. V’Hamavin Yavin.
In a Bais Medrash I’ve seen black fedoras laid on top of gemaras.