Resultados da Pesquisa "Rosh"
A Goy who leaves money on shabbat
Question: I do Kiruv on a college campus and I invite many students to our Shabbat table every week. Sometimes the Jewish students invite their no Jewish friends along with them to the meals. We don’t say anything because we want them to feel comfortable. One week one of the friends enjoyed himself so much that he left us money for the food. What should we do with the money?
Forgot to eat Kazayit of bread
Question: I was planning to eat a little of bread to make a seudah , less than a Beitzah I washed without a bracha, said Hamotzi and took a bite of the bread. I put the bread on the side of my bowl of pasta and forgot about it. I washed Mayim Acharonim and realized I forgot to eat a Kazayit of bread. Was I able to continue eating more bread to make myself obligated in Birkat Hamazon, or since I did Mayim Acharonim I can’t? What should I have done?
Terumah got mixed up
Question: I wrote the other day about the potatoes I did Terumah and Ma’aser from but forgot which potatoes I separated. I went to look for Chacham but The Rav of my Moshav told me he doesn’t know enough and I would have to travel to a big city. Is there any other way? Oh I put the potatoes in a bowl.
Question: I was at a family wedding the other day and I saw some people do something very strange during Netillat Yadayim. Frist they washed their right hand and, before they took the cup in the right hand they wiped off the handle of the cup. Then they took t and washed their left hand. Is there a reason for that?
Question: My friend was in Eretz Yisrael and he bought a set of nice glass cups. My friend did Tevillah on the glasses in Eretz Yisrael since I have to drive a half hour to go to a Keli mikvah. After I got the I thought maybe I need to Tovel the Kelim again. Do I?
Two Pidyon HaBen on the same day
Question: I am involved in Kiruv and I was happy when one of my former students invited me for his son’s Pidyon Haben. Then while talking he mentioned he is an only child. I asked him fi he had a Pidyon and he doubted it and investigated and he didn’t’. I told him he should do one on the same day s his son. The one question I had was should he make two Shehecheyanu or is one enough?
Phlegm during Tefilla
Question: Sometime during Shemoneh Esrei I have phlegm in my throat which I cough up . I never know what I should do. Can I spit discreetly on the floor?
Recovering Chamin on Shabbat
Question: On Shabbat Kodesh we put the Chamin a hot plate for the day meal. We usually put two towels on top of the pot top and large cover on top of those so it will stop the heat from escaping and the Chamin will turn out good. My daughter accidentally took off the cover on the towels and one towel as well. Could we have put them back on top?
Saying Birkat Hamazon on Mezonot
Question: To the Rabbi again, I am sorry to bother you again but I am the one who ran out of the pizza shop and forgot to say BIrkat Hamazon. I said it on the bus. Now someone told me that he pizza wasn’t Hamotzi but Mezonot and I should not have said Birkat Hamazon but rather Al Hamichya. Should I have aid Al Hamichya or was it good enough to say Birkat Hamazon.
Returning to say Birkat Hamazon
Question: To the Rabbi, I just sent you the question that I was in the middle of a meal and I ran out to catch a bus. I wasn’t sure If I said Birkat Hamazon or not. What if I was sure I didn’t say Birkat Hamazon should I have gotten off the bus and gone back to the restaurant and said Birkat Hamazon or was it good enough to say it on the bus?
Prayer of the Shelah Hakadosh on Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan
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Wafers for dessert
Question: The other day I had lunch, a sandwich, at work. After I finished eating, a friend asked me if I wanted to have some wafers and I agreed. Did I need to make a Mezonot on them or was it exempted by my original bracha?
Answer Amen blessing of the Gentile
Question: We have a live-in maid in our house to help my mother with keeping the house. She has lived with us for a long time and she is like part of he family. At some point she started to say brachot before she eats just like we do. Since she is praising Hashem, we don’t want to stop her. Should we answer Amen to her bracha though?
Standing after Shemoneh Esrei
Question: I pray in a small minyan and sometimes it takes a longtime before we start Chazarat HaShatz. While most of us wait for one or two people to finish. I sit down and learn Daf Yomi. Some other walk to back and talk which I don’t think is permitted. There is one person who stands in place for the whole time and waits. What should we do?
Besamim by Havdalah
Question: I had a cold last week and was very stuffy or a few days. When it came Motzei Shabbat time to make Havdalah I wasn’t sure I could say a bracha on the Besamim. At that point my nose somewhat clear but I still could not smell half the time. I told my wife to make the bracha, but could I have made the bracha hoping that I would be able to smell it?
Bracha on the smell of baking bread
Question: I was walking by a bakery yesterday and the smell of bread baking was so good that I went in and bought myself a challah. I realized though should I have made a bracha of Minei Besamim or something else on the smell of bread?
Question: Hello to the Rabbi, A few years ago, I planted a passionfruit vine in my garden. It was very beautiful at first but now it’s a different story. It spread all over my yard covering other plants and fences etc. It has grown completely out of control. I planted to make the fence look nice and I never ate the fruit, is it permitted to uproot the vine?
Netillat Yadayim with a cup with a hole
Question: I was in a restaurant and there was a Netillat Yadayim cup which had a hole in it. Was it Ok to wash with it?
L'interdit de consommer de la nouvelle récolte, ("H'adash").
Question: Bonsoir, j'ai un problème, car j'ai planté des légumes pendant l'hiver et ils ont poussé depuis. Mais, ma question est si je peux les consommer, vu que j'ai lu qu'on n'a pas le droit de manger de la nouvelle récolte avant Pessah'. Alors, je ne sais pas quoi faire avec ces légumes. Je vous remercie pour votre réponse et à bientôt!