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Davening in a Shul without a Rov - A Moment with Rabbi Avigdor Miller Zt"l #494
Parshas Ha’azinu 5780

QUESTION:

Is it preferable to daven in a good minyan when there is no Rov, or in another minyan with a lower class of clientele, but has a Rov present?

ANSWER:
It depends. Sometimes even when there is a Rov present, people act like he’s not present! And therefore you are better off in the other place. But suppo...
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10/11/2019 7:32 AM | Articles of Interest | Tell a Friend | Comments (0)
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Hashem portrayed as a man, Why? -A Moment with Rabbi Avigdor Miller Zt"l #492
Parshas Nitzavim 5779

QUESTION:

Why is Hashem portrayed as a man?

ANSWER:
Because we have more respect for a man than for a woman. That’s the truth. A man is taller than a woman; a woman is m...
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Men in the kitchen and Chinuch -A Moment with Rabbi Avigdor Miller Zt"l #498
Parshas Vayeira 5780

QUESTION:

What is my opinion of a frum man who takes very little part in helping his wife and children, in the kitchen and so on?

ANSWER:
It depends on circumstances. Sometimes a man works very hard for parnosso, and he has to take a lot of ill treatment – from his boss, from his competitors, or from customers. Sometimes ...
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11/15/2019 1:53 PM | Parsha Pearls | Tell a Friend | Comments (0)
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Taking time to think, good or bad -A Moment with Rabbi Avigdor Miller Zt"l #497
Parshas Lech Lecha 5780

QUESTION:

It was said that people need time to think. Isn’t it better for people to be busy so they should avoid mental illness?

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People should eat, and people ...
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11/8/2019 2:37 PM | Parsha Pearls | Tell a Friend | Comments (0)
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Day 88 - Rechilus

SEFER CHOFETZ CHAIM — Laws of Rechilus 1:1-2

With this segment, we begin the second part of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which is devoted to hilchos rechilus, the la...
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