Parshas Tzav-Selected Teachings from Torah Or
Parshas Tzav-Chassidic story & lesson
This Weeks Daily Halachos
Is Tachanun recited if there is a Chasan in Shul who is getting married that day
Post Views: 883 Is Tachanun recited if there is a Chasan in Shul who is getting married that day? It is customary not to recite Tachanun in the presence of a Chasan on the day that he enters the Chuppah. Tachanun is omitted for the entire day, during all that
Kibud Av Vaeim-Communication and visitations-Staying in touch with one’s parents
Post Views: 12 Communication and visitations-Staying in touch with one’s parents: A. Living near one’s parents: It is proper for one to live near his parents in order so one can properly honor them and help them with their needs. This especially applies once parents are old. Nonetheless, this is
From the Rav’s Desk: Eating bread in a bag without washing while on a trip
Post Views: 83 Question: [Sunday, 15th Sivan, 5783] We were on a class field trip in the mountains the other day with our school and when it came time for lunch almost nobody bothered to wash their hands for the bread. They simply ate the bread through the bag claiming
Tzoa-Davening and learning near feces and urine: Summary of laws-Part 1
Post Views: 48 Tzoa-Davening and learning near feces and urine: Summary of laws-Part 1 1. The Biblical prohibition: It is Biblically forbidden for one to pray, say the Shema, or learn Torah, within the sight, or close proximity, of feces [i.e. Tzoa]. The source in scripture: This prohibition is derived
From the Rav’s Desk: What to do if absentmindedly Davened Musaf before Shacharis on Shabbos and Yom Tov?
Post Views: 81 Question: [Thursday, 12th Sivan, 5783] On Yom Tov when we got up to the Shemoneh Esrei of Shacharis and needed to turn the pages in order to reach the Yom Tov Shemoneh Esrei, I absentmindedly turned to the Musaf Shemoneh Esrei of Yom Tov, and ended up
Giving a massage on Shabbos
Post Views: 93 Giving a massage on Shabbos: Introduction: Giving a massage on Shabbos, although does not touch upon any biblical prohibition, contains several rabbinical regulations which are rooted in the general prohibition of giving medical treatment, and a prohibition against doing mundane activity known as Uvdin Dechol. The regulations
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