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I’ve also wondered about the pronunciation of peysach. Interesting that when referring to the korban most people say korban pesach, while referring to the yom tov they say peysach.September 27, 2018 12:48 pm at 12:48 pm in reply to: Explaining to girls that only boys light the Chanukah Menorah #1596699
Guess we need to start thinking about Chanukah soon, but the simple answer probably is based on tznius. Since whoever is making the bracha usually says it in a loud singing fashion, it’s not tznius for older girls to do so in the presence of men. So even if the only ones there are family, to start saying when yes to do and when not to do is a little dicey. So better for them to be yotzei with men. At what age to start that is probably based on how you run the rest of your hold his tznius life. To have them say it but do it quietly doesn’t seem to be a better option, at least to me.
What Milhouse is saying is that when you make an erev, you’re making a kind of reshus hayachid, which I think is the point of an eruv. Obviously an eruv can be made in reshus harabim, otherwise your eruv that constitutes your house wouldn’t work either. It’s the eruvim created like we do around a city, without real walls, that’s objectionable, depending on whether or not we have a real reshus harabim.
moskidoodle: I did count one when I was about 10 years old. Don’t go off the derech over this, even though it’s our “mesorah” since kindergarten that it’s exactly 613 . I’ve shocked quite a few people over this and they are b”h still frum.