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Meseches Shabbos Daf 6a

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Laws of Lulav and Esrog #4

If any part of the stem of the Esrog is missing it is invalid to be used on the first day of Sukkos. The same is true if any part of the flesh is missing (see Laws #3). On the second day of Sukkos, if a small part of the flesh or stem is missing more »

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#929 – Bereishis, Chapter 35

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Laws of Lulav and Esrog #3

There are three layers to an Esrog; the glaze on the outside, the green/ yellow skin, and the white flesh. When purchasing an Esrog, one of the things to look for is if any of the flesh is missing. If it is, the Esrog cannot be used on the first day and therefore should not more »

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#929 – Bereishis, Chapter 34

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Laws of Lulav and Esrog #2

The Sefer Hachinuch suggests another reason behind the Mitzvah of Lulav and Esrog. The holiday of Sukkos is described in the Torah as Chag Ha’asif, the festival of gathering, as the holiday coincides with the harvesting of one’s produce. The harvested produce would naturally bring great joy to the owners. The taking of the Lulav more »

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Laws of Lulav and Esrog #1

Who can think of Sukkos? We haven’t even celebrated Rosh Hashana! The Talmud instructs us to study the laws pertaining to a holiday 30 days before the holiday. It’s less than 30 days to Sukkos and the laws of Lulav and Esrog are complicated and many. So let’s begin! Before we get into the what, more »

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929 – Bereishis, Chapter 19

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929 – Bereishis, Chapter 19

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The Groisse Yid Parshas Eikev

Have you ever heard of a family breakfast? Neither have I. There’s no such thing. Family dinner? I’m all about that. It’s a chance to catch up, hear about each other’s day, and of course those famous studies that talk about the inverse relationship between family dinner and drug use. But family breakfast is not more »

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