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Por que D’us criou mosquitos que nos chateiam?
Para que servem os milhões de insetos em nosso mundo, especialmente os mosquitos que nos picam e nos chateiam?
Saying the Beraita of R’ Yishmael
Question: Every morning I say the Beraita of Rabi Yishmael Omer before we start Pesukei Dizimra. I have no clue what the Beraita means (besides maybe Kal VaChomer) .Is there any point for me to say it even if I don’t understand it?
Doit-on absolument écouter le S ioum pour le jeûne des premiers-nés?
Question: Bonjour, je suis premier-né et normalement je dois jeûner pour la veille de Pessah'. Aussi, chaque année dans ma synagogue, il est organisé un Sioum, (fin d'un traité talmudique), pour nous permettre de manger ensuite. Cependant, il arrive souvent que c'est un jeune adolescent qui le fait, et le problème, c'est que ce n'est pas toujours possible de pouvoir entendre ce qu'il dit et encore moins de comprendre le sujet. Alors, je ne sais pas si on peut être acquitter de cette façon sans même comprendre la fin du traité?
Shabbat Leil Haseder
Question: I have heard there is disagreement if Leil haSeder falls out on Shabbat whether we say Birkat Me’ein Sheva. Last time I was the Chazzan and started saying the bracha and then remembered there is a machloket. I finished the bracha but did I do the correct thing.
O Trabalho: Mudar
O Trabalho: Mudar / Trecho Diário/ Sivan Rahav-Meir
Waking up from a Dream
Thank you for taking my question. I was wondering what is the meaning based on Torah sources of feeling a light tap on the shoulder or hand at the end of sleep in a dream that wakes you up. Thank you.
Birkat Hatorah for Girls
Question: To the Rabbi: I am in Bet Yaakov and before we start the Tefilla h of the day the teacher says a Dvar Torah for Chizuk or a story or something like that. It occurred to me that we don’t say Birkat Hatorah until we start the Tefilla so maybe this is not allowed. Do we need to say Birkat Hatorah on Chizuk?
Learning Torah during Chazarat HaShatz
Question: To the Rabbi: In our Kehillah for Shacharit there have been big arguments lately. One part of the Tzibur are very Makpid on Daf Hayomi. If they are behind many of them will continue learning the Daf to catch up during Chazarat HaShatz. So, the other others by the Minyan got upset that they are not paying attention in to the Chazzan. The learners claim that anyway today there is no actual obligation for Chazarat HaShatz since we have siddurim everyone knows the Tefilla. Iven still they are answering Amen so there is a minyan answering. Are they allowed to continue or not?
Shalom, i live in israel and the woman with whom i intend to marry lives in the united states. we intend to do the religious ceremony in israel but the fact that the grandmothers of my future wife and other members of her family will not be able to move, what would be possible to do as a 2nd religious ceremony in the usa? Thank you for helping :-)
I have a question that has been bothering me for some time. Much of the study of Judaism, such as the Talmud is filled with debates. Even in Jewish law there is debates, such as between the Rambam and his colleagues, or the Beit Yosef and Rav Isserlis. But from what I have learned that all makes sense, because there can be truths on different spiritual levels and the origin of the sages souls also matters. But what I really do not understand is how there can be two practical truths, as in, how do Sefardim and Ashkenazim hold differently in actual practice, or how is there different versions of prayer books, I don't mean a minor custom or stringency, rather mean real big differences? Did God want different laws for different Jews, not better or worse, just different?? Where do we see that this was Gods intention? How do we know this is what god wanted, and not some technicality? I understand it is all divine providence, but is there a source for this idea? Can you find these ideas in the Torah? To summarize, how does it make sense that there can be 2 Jews, practicing Judaism, 2 different ways, if we have one god and one Torah?
Ajudando a aliviar o peso
- Me desculpe, você pode conversar comigo sobre o Talmud todos os dias na Yeshivá, mas neste exato momento eu prefiro que não, pois estou cumprindo a Mitzvá de “Achnassat Orchim” (receber um convidado). Este rapaz é novo ...
Is it Ok for a non-Jew not to Convert?
I'm reviewing, learning about the Jewish religion from a "Christian" background with the purpose of better understanding. I recently learned the Nimrod,tammaz, (I think thats the correct spelling) and it upset me and made me question just what I was actually believing. The Torah and related information from Rabbi videos has expand my knowledge and understand exponentially. It really has helped me grow. But I just came across a reference to the Sanhedrin 59a in the comments section of what basically was a video discouraging conversation to judism. It also reference the "Rambam" as discouraging it and saying we we're like Kohen Gadol offering profane fire to G_D. I really don't have a good way to verify this or even check if I understood it correctly. I humbly ask if you can clarify this.
Where Will you be When the Messiah Comes?
The Talmud (Gemara) teaches us that 3 things come by surprise - The Mashiach (Messiah), a valuable object that you suddenly find, and a scorpion.... What does this mean for us?
Va’eira - Learning from Frogs
The Talmud tells us that several hundred years later, the actions of the frogs who entered the ovens served as a lesson to three great men; Chanania, Mishael and Azariah
The final Temple
I have heard that it is not clear whether Hashem builds or Mankind builds the third and final temple. It does seem however that this event is in the time of Moshiach. Is there consensus on whether Man should force the issue and begin building the Temple, or, to wait for Moshiach? I understand that we are not spiritually ready for the next step, not only among the Jews themselves, but all of mankind, but I wondered if there is a scriptural basis, even in the Talmud that has a clear answer on the issue?
Mudanças e responsabilidades na vida
Na parashat Vayeshev, é contado sobre as ramificações das relações familiares entre Yossef, seu pai Yaakov Avinu, e seus irmãos.
O caminho de nossos antepassados, é um sinal para nós, os filhos!!!
Consta no tratado de Shabat (capítulo 2 mishná 7): "Três coisas a pessoa deve dizer em sua casa na véspera do Shabat, antes do pôr do sol: ... acendam as velas!!!". O Talmud trouxe as palavras de Raba bar Rav Huna sobre este trecho: isto deve ser dito com calma e tranquilidade, para que os familiares recebam suas palavras".
Watch: Chinese Home Swept Away in Mudslide. Frightening
Chinese residents captured the moment a two-story building collapses like a tower of cards and is swept away by the avalanche of water and mud
Que o dinheiro não mude a sua conduta
As Pérolas da Parasha - Lech Lecha Parashat Bereshit - Que o dinheiro não mude a sua conduta
Why did Rabbi Kanievsky Shlit’a Urgently call 10 People into His Room?
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky Shlit’a, who spends day and night studying Torah, completed a Tractate of Talmud and then asked to organize an urgent minyan so he could continue his regular studies. Filmed by David Zer