Resultados da Pesquisa "mitzvá"
Isso é mitzvá
O Trecho Diário
Tudo sobre o dia da festa de Purim
A força da perseverança
Quando sentimos uma vontade interna de crescer e tomar atitudes que podem mudar nossos rumos, devemos aproveitar esses momentos para construir o futuro e com perseverança alcançar o sucesso.
Which Challah am I Suppossed to Open at the Seudat Shabbat?
L’kavod Harav, Why is it that we place the challahs the way we do at Hamotzi on Shabbat?
Can I make Kiddush on Beer?
Dear Rabbi, What’s the deal with using beer for Kiddush? I hear all types of things about this, from “You’re never allowed to”, to “Some people use beer all the time - like for Havdalah”. Please clarify, thanks.
Is Saying ’Shabbat Shalom’ Enough to Fulfill the Mitzvah of Sanctifying Shabbat?
Rabbi Nachum Chaimowitz explains how to sanctify Shabbat according to various opinions in Jewish law
Is Saying Good Shabbat enough to Fulfill the Torah Mitzva of Kiddush?
Rabbi, I came to learn in Israel and at Yeshiva we had an argument about the Kiddush Friday night, and some of the really big learners were saying that the mitzva of Kiddush today is only D’Rabbanon since we say beforehand “Good Shabbat” and I was arguing that I know for sure Kiddush is a mitzva from the Torah because my father was careful all the years to use only the big becher Friday night and never the smaller ones that he uses during the day, and he said the reason was because you need “ shiur d’oraissa ”. So maybe you could help me explain to these chevra what’s really right?
Olive Oil for Shabbat Candles - How Serious of a Custom is it?
Rabbi, My wife lights candles every week with the regular white paraffin ones they sell in the store. She lights one for each of us and one for each of the children. I now heard from someone that in order to have children who love the Torah, you must light another two just from olive oil - but this was never our custom. Is it something that we should accept upon ourselves from now on?
Shkiyah and Bein Hashemashot in halacha
Rabbi, I heard from some people that the Mishna Brura was machmir to paskin like shitat HaGr”a to say that the beginning of Shabbat is from the shkiyah , but that in Europe some people still did work after the shkiyah . So is it possible nowadays that someone shouldn’t hold like the Mishna Brura on this? Also, if the Mishna Brura is right and the truth is like the Gr”a, then how’s it possible that some people can still hold like Rabbenu Tam and daven Mincha so late after the shkiyah ?
Este é o seu destino
Certa vez havia falecido um parente distante de Ricardo e ele decidiu ir ao cemitério para cumprir a importante Mitzvá de "Levaiat Hamet" (acompanhar o morto até a sepultura). Como ele não conhecia o caminho até o cemitério, programou seu GPS e foi seguindo as instruções.
Mikva Erev Shabbat
Dear Rabbi, Why is it that there are many men who go to the mikva every Friday? I learned that mikva is something that a man goes to on Erev Yom Kippur. Is every Erev Shabbat considered like Erev Yom Kippur or something?
SUKOT- Alegria independente das circunstâncias - Rabino Sany Sonnenreich
Em Sukot há uma mitzvá de se alegrar, independente das circunstâncias.
Sukkot - Practicing Judaism with Energy
Avodat Hashem: The Engine that Runs Our Torah Lives. Without it, our learning and mitzvah performance are like a body without a soul
Laws of family purity
I learnt that the reason for hilchos niddah is to 'renew' the excitement between husband and wife and keep the relationship fresh. In that case, why is relations permitted for the whole 9 months of pregnancy? Isn't that a long time to go without breaking it up?
Zman Tefillah by Chassidim
Dear Rabbi, I did not grow up chassidish, but I saw many times chassidim that were davening after zman tefillah of Shachrit, and sometimes even in the afternoon. Does this have any halachic basis, like, can I do it too?
Is there an Obligation to eat Kugel or Chulent on Shabbat?
Rabbi, please tell me: Is it true that if I don't eat "Kugel" and "Chulent" on Shabbat that I become like the worst possible rasha (wicked person)?
Going to vacation for a few weeks ,Mezuzah?
Question: I am renting a place up to the country for vacation for a few weeks. Do we need to put a Mezuzah up?
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?
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.
Forgot which fruit were Ma’aser
Question : I have grapes in my garden here in Moshav in Eretz Yisrael. I picked all the grapes brought them into the house and did Terumah and Ma’aser. I left them on the table and went out to Arvit. When I came back I realized that I want to sure which grapes were Terumah and which were not. I guess I wasn’t so careful in making it clear. They are sitting on my table and I won’t mix them together, but what should ti do?