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#156 Taking an Exam on Shabbos

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How can we be happy when we see a person with a disability -A Moment with Rabbi Avigdor Miller Zt"l #436
Parshas Re’eh 5778

QUESTION:

How could we be happy when we pass by a person with a disability, for example he cannot walk, or some other crippling disability? Aren’t we hurting that person when he sees us able to function in a way he cannot?

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There are two parts to this subject; one part is sympathy, yes. This week I saw two in...
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Honoring the rich, right or wrong - A Moment with Rabbi Avigdor Miller Zt"l #435
Parashat Eikev

QUESTION:

Rebbi mechabed ashirim, Rebbi honored the rich people, but Hakadosh Baruch Hu loves the poor. Which attitude is correct?

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They are two different subjects entirely...
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Day 14 - Causing Strife or Hurt

SEFER CHOFETZ CHAIM Introduction: Negative Commandments 12-13

A frequent result of speaking loshon hora and especially rechilus (gossip) is machlokes (dispute or controversy).

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