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Bein Adam Le-chavero Part 1 Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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In this series, I aim to analyze the Torah’s interpersonal directives and develop the ethical principles that Judaism attempts to instill within us. Before we begin, let me try to put things in proper perspective. How significant is this study? At first glance, the uniqueness of Judaism lies in its distinct set of laws, primarily focusing on one’s relationship with God. Though there are certainly obligations one has to one’s fellow Jew, they seemingly pale in comparison to developing a true understanding of one’s responsibilities to the Almighty. Should we really invest so much time and effort analyzing interpersonal imperatives instead of focusing on ritual requirements between man ...
Jewish Planner 5780 Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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Laws of Shabbat Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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The 39 Melakhot Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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Although the Torah makes frequent mention of the obligation of Shabbat observance, its importance and the severity of its violation[1], the Mishna in Masekhet Chagiga (10a) declares, "The laws of Shabbat are like mountains suspended by a hair." These halakhot, with which we will deal in this series, entail fundamental principles described by the Mishna as "mountains," all of which are "suspended by a hair," as the written Torah offers very little information concerning the halakhic details of Shabbat. It only alludes to them in various places, such that they can be determined only through Chazal's derashot (extrapolations from the text).
The Laws of Cooking Part 1 Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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Although the Torah makes frequent mention of the obligation of Shabbat observance, its importance and the severity of its violation[1], the Mishna in Masekhet Chagiga (10a) declares, "The laws of Shabbat are like mountains suspended by a hair." These halakhot, with which we will deal in this series, entail fundamental principles described by the Mishna as "mountains," all of which are "suspended by a hair," as the written Torah offers very little information concerning the halakhic details of Shabbat. It only alludes to them in various places, such that they can be determined only through Chazal's derashot (extrapolations from the text).
The Laws of Cooking Part 2 Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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Although the Torah makes frequent mention of the obligation of Shabbat observance, its importance and the severity of its violation[1], the Mishna in Masekhet Chagiga (10a) declares, "The laws of Shabbat are like mountains suspended by a hair." These halakhot, with which we will deal in this series, entail fundamental principles described by the Mishna as "mountains," all of which are "suspended by a hair," as the written Torah offers very little information concerning the halakhic details of Shabbat. It only alludes to them in various places, such that they can be determined only through Chazal's derashot (extrapolations from the text).
The Laws of Kashrut Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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This course is intended to be a halakhic review of the laws of kashrut. I would like to offer an understanding of the meaning of kashrut within halakhic observance, as an introduction to the detailed laws we will be learning the rest of the year. In colloquial Halakho-lingo, kashrut refers to all the laws of forbidden foods. Properly speaking, the word "kosher" (kashrut is the generic noun) means "proper" - any item can be either kasher or pasul (fit or unfit) for a particular purpose. An upright individual is also called "adam kasher" in the Talmud. But we shall use the word in its usual connotation of the entire complex of laws governing what we may eat.
The Laws of Shabbat Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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Although the Torah makes frequent mention of the obligation of Shabbat observance, its importance and the severity of its violation[1], the Mishna in Masekhet Chagiga (10a) declares, "The laws of Shabbat are like mountains suspended by a hair." These halakhot, with which we will deal in this series, entail fundamental principles described by the Mishna as "mountains," all of which are "suspended by a hair," as the written Torah offers very little information concerning the halakhic details of Shabbat. It only alludes to them in various places, such that they can be determined only through Chazal's derashot (extrapolations from the text).
TORAH Rabbi Yosef Ben Dovid
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