Have a wonderful Shabbat! – 19th Tammuz, 5769

 

The Holy One, blessed be He,
said to Moses,
“I have a precious gift
in My treasure house,
called the Sabbath,
and desire to give it to Israel;
go and inform them.”
(Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbath, 10b)
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On this day – Limud yomi – for Shabbos 19th Tammuz, 5769

 

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On this day – Limud yomi – 19th Tammuz, 5769

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Limud yomi

Limud yomi

Daf yomi: Bava Metzia 77
Yerushalmi yomi: Bava Batra 30
Mishna yomit: Ohalot 6:2
Halacha yomit: Orach Chaim 319:11
Shabbat parshiot: Pinchas

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Halacha – Shabbos – 18th Tammuz, 5769

 

Halacha – Shabbos – 18th Tammuz, 5769

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Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach & The Minchas Yitzchok – Are You Carrying Food Between Your Teeth?

All the poskim agree that going out to a Reshus HaRabim on Shabbos with food in your mouth is considered carrying. What is the halacha if you have food stuck between your teeth, is that also considered carrying? Must you clean your mouth well before going out?

The Shmiras Shabbos KiHilchoso (18:2:8) brings from the Minchas Yitzchok that whenever possible you should take out food stuck between your teeth before going out, since this is completely normal and not any sort of Shinui. He compares it to phlegm in your mouth which is assur to walk with in Reshus HaRabim once it has become detached and entered the mouth cavity. He also brings from the Minchas Shabbos holds that this is not a normal way to carry however it is best to be careful not to do it anyway.

Lastly he brings from Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach who holds that you need not be machmir even in a real Reshus HaRabim, unless the food is sticking out from between your teeth and it looks disgusting or it really irritates you. Only then would it be halachicly similar to phlegm which will be spit out eventually and is therefore considered carrying.

Important Note: We try to convey the Tshuva to the best of our ability. We admit that our understanding may not be accurate. One should learn the tshuva to verify the accuracy of our interpretation. Please also understand that this Tshuva may not be the final word on this topic. One should consult a Rav before drawing any conclusions.

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Daily Reminder – 18th Tammuz, 5769

 

Daily Reminder – 18th Tammuz, 5769

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Does Your Tongue Roll?

Ever try rolling your tongue? Some people can and some people can’t. Rolling the tongue takes on a much greater significance than a cute trick in the rules gene inheritance. Maves V’Chaim B’Yad HaLashon, the tongue is a double edged sword. The Medrash says that turned one way, by speaking words of Torah, the tongue brings life to its master and to the world. Turn it over the other way and it brings death and destruction, both physical and spiritual, to the speaker and to all of society.

“Zachor Eis Asher Asa Hashem L’Miriam BaDerech B’Tzaischem MiMitzrayim”

The Ramban and other Rishonim count, among the Mitzvos Aseh Min HaTorah, the mitzva of remembering and saying with your mouth each day what Hashem did to Miriam when she spoke about her brother Moshe. The Chofetz Chaim in Shaar Tvunah Perek 12 says that being Mikayem this mitzva can save you from the aveira of Lashon Hara. More than just saying the pasuk, says the Chofetz Chaim, one must think about the incident in order for it to have its intended effect.

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Bringing Heaven Down to Earth – 18th Tammuz, 5769

 

Bringing Heaven Down to Earth – 18th Tammuz, 5769

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Z’chus

By Rabbi Tzvi Freeman

Daily Dose – Today’s Meditation – Z’chus

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