Resultados da Pesquisa "Rosh"
Hot drinks in plastic cups on Shabbos
Question: On Shabbat we are lenient to make tea in Keli Shlishi. In order to create a Keli Shlishi many times we pour from one mug into a plastic cup and then into another mug. Sometimes when we pour into the plastic cup it melts a little and charges shape. Is there a problem with that?
‘Get’ from husband with no father
Question: I am getting remarried after many years of being an Agunah. My Husband ran away from me and from Judaism. It took years to locate him in Los Angeles. The Schlaich who contacted him was able to convince him to write a Get but he refused to tell him his father’s name. They wrote the Get on the paper from the Beit Din their they did write his father’s name. I want to get married but there are some people who are telling me that the Get was not good and I can’t get married. What is true?
wrong name in a Ketuba
Question: To the Rabbi: I was an Eid- a witness for the Ketubah for my friend Nehorai last night, but I think the Ketuba was passul. Now I know that that is what his friends call him in yeshiva. Before I signed the Ketuba I saw the Mesader Kiddushin wrote HaChatan “Moshe Meir Nehorai.” I have known Nehorai for many years and I know his first name is Moshe, because his family calls him Moshiko, and the Rosh Yeshiva calls him Moshe. However, no one calls him Meir. Yes, he signs his name on official documents Moshe Meir but I thought that was because Nehorai was a strange name and he just put Meir so it would be easier. I don’t think Meir is his real name so maybe the Ketuba is Passul. Should I tell the Chatan?
Question: Rabbi, During Bein Hazmanim a few of us took a Tiyul down to the Negev. We went on this great hike and we didn’t realize how long of a hike it was. A few of us didn’t bring a lot of food and were getting hungry suddenly we smelled a few pitas and we saw a few Bedouins baking pita. We weren’t sure if we were allowed to eat the bread because it is Pat Akum. Some of us were Moreh Heter and said anyway the problem of Pat Akum is so that we don’t become too friendly and marry our children of. Here we will never see them again. Who is right?
Gluten Free Purim
To the Rabbi, I am sensitive to Gluten and can’t eat any of the five grains except for oats. I really don’t like the taste of Oat flour bread. On Shabbat and Yom Tov, I eat a Kazayit and that is it. On Purim do I need to eat a Kzayit of oat bread or can I have Seudat Purim without any bread?
The place of Tefillin Shel Rosh
Shalom to the Rav: I am a Gabbai of the Bet Haknesset. Sometimes a Gabbai not only calls people up for Aliyot but has to be in charge of Seder in the Kehillah. One of the men who pray at our Shacharit minyan spend his whole shacharit looking at other people’s Shel Rosh and telling them to correct it s position. He always finds them to be a little bit off and he motions to them until they move it. Many have told him bluntly to leave them alone, but he feels it is mission from Shamayim to do this. They have to come to me to ask him to stop or tell him he can ‘t pray here anymore. Is he correct? Maybe if I post clear instructions of where the Tefillin Shel Rosh needs to be he will stop.
The knot of the Tefillin
Question: I was removing my Tefillin after Tefilla and I noticed the person sitting next to Me’s Kesher (knot) of the Shel Yad was falling apart. It didn’t even look like a Kesher anymore. Did he fulfill his mitzvah of Tefillin? Should I have said something?
Learning Torah during Chazarat HaShatz
Question: To the Rabbi: In our Kehillah for Shacharit there have been big arguments lately. One part of the Tzibur are very Makpid on Daf Hayomi. If they are behind many of them will continue learning the Daf to catch up during Chazarat HaShatz. So, the other others by the Minyan got upset that they are not paying attention in to the Chazzan. The learners claim that anyway today there is no actual obligation for Chazarat HaShatz since we have siddurim everyone knows the Tefilla. Iven still they are answering Amen so there is a minyan answering. Are they allowed to continue or not?
Question: I live a city where we read the megillah on 14 th of Adar like most cities. After the Seudah of Purim during Arvit, I got confused and I said Al HaNissim in the Tefillah. (Maybe was a little tipsy as well.) Did I make a mistake and if so, do I need to repeat Shmeneh Esrei, or repeat it the next day?
Being a Chazzan on Shabbat
Question: Shalom to the Rav I have been recently asked by a large famous Bet Knesset to be their Chazan on Shabbat. Obviously, it pays nicely. It seems to me like I am working and making money in Shabbat. Is it really permitted to get paid for being a Chazzan on Shabbat or it is actually forbidden?
Brachot of Kriat HaMegillah
Question: Shalom Rabb i I wanted to ask I am the Baal Koreh for the Megillah in my Bet Knesset. Unfortunately, my father A”H was niftar this year and I am in Aveilut. It is better not to say the bracha fo Shehecheyanu during the year. Can I have someone else say the brachot and I will read the Megillah?
Standing for the Brachot of the Megillah
Question: Shalom Rav! IN our bet Haknesset everyone stands when they say the Brachot of the Megillah. Then there is chaos s everyone moves their chairs and tries to sit and be quiet before he Chazzan starts the megillah. Do I actually need to stand up for the Brachot or can we just sit and listen and avoid the big confusion?
The Minimum number to start Chazarat HaSh”atz
Shalom to the Rav: We have a Shacharit Minyan in our Bet Haknesset early in the morning. The minyan is very small, sometimes eleven men sometimes twelve. Most of the men attending must run off to work, however there are some people who come who pray Shemoneh Esrei much more slowly, and it takes a longtime to finish Shemoneh Esrei. Many members have to run out and become impatient waiting it creates a lot of tension. Are we allowed to start Chazarat HaShatz with less than ten men who finished and if so, what is the minimum?
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky – Add “Achashverosh” to the Patient’s Name
Why did Rabbi Kanievsky decide to add the name "Antiochus" or "Achashverosh" to the patient’s name, and how did he know the name of the young man standing before him? Three remarkable stories about a truly great Sage
Extra Oil from the Menorah
Dear Rabbi I ask what I should do with the candles that have already been lit and used for the Mitzvah of Chanukah--they are the gel oil filled candles and there is still some gel oil in them, Do I dispose of these cups or save them or the ganeeza since they are holy and have been used for a Mitzvah? Thank you Rabbi for your help and kindness in answering my shaila Thank you so much and Chanukah Sameach Today is the Yartzeit of my beloved father What should one do if Yartzeit for my father is on Rosh Chodesh and also Chanukah? Should one do Melava Malka after Shabbos, meal on Rosh Chodesh? These are festive and I don't know if appropriate for the Yartzeit of my father. His Yartzeit is today, Teves 1 and I am remembering him, will learn more and giving charity on his behalf.
Special Rosh Chodesh Kislev Prayer From the Ben Ish Chai
Today is an auspicious time to ask G-d for all your needs
Visiting a cemetery on Rosh Chodesh
My father’s yahrzeit is on Rosh Chodesh. Should I avoid going to Bais Hachaim on that day?
Rosh Chodesh Shailos
Dear Rabbi, I desire so much to honor Rosh Chodesh and to add in eating and also a special festive meal and I ask if I could d fulfill the Mitzvah properly by eating my Seuda at a kosher restaurant or will it be better to eat at my apartment and make the seudah there? Also I had made an appointment to fix my car on Wednesday with mechanic before realizing that Wednesday is Rosh Chodesh. Should I cancel and reschedule the appointment for another day to properly honor Rosh Chodesh? I thank you so much Chodesh Tov Devorah
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