Resultados da Pesquisa "muktzeh"
Muktzeh pot lid
Question: One Shabbat I was running late for Shabbat and I was setting up my pots on the hot plate, one of the pot lids fell on the floor and smashed. Not knowing what to do I had leftover tiles from my kitchen and put that on top. It is usually Muktzeh, was I allowed to do that? I also had a broken plate I could have used would that have been better.
Using stone on Shabbat
Question: The door to eh Bet Haknesset is a very heavy and it is difficult for some older men to open the door. One day someone took a big rock from outside and placed it by the door to keep it open. Is it permitted to sue the is stone on Shabbat to keep the door open?
Question: My nonreligious cousins came to us for a meal and touched the wine I poured for myself in a cup. The wine was not cooked. I didn’t drink it but I have heard that non-religious people nowadays have a halachic status of a Tinok Shenishbah. So maybe he did not ruin my wine and I could have drunk it. What is correct?
Finding Chametz on Pesach
Question: Lat year my children hid ten pieces of Chametz before bedikat Chametz as usual. I couldn’t find one of the pieces and we just assumed they put out nine by mistake. During Chol Hamoed the last piece was discovered to my chagrin. I quickly threw it out. Did I do the correct thing? What should I do I if find Chametz on Pesach?
Why is a cellphone Muktzah?
Why is using a cell phone on sabbath considered muktzeh?
Moving Away Dirty Tissues on Shabbat
Is it Mukseh to move dirty tissues from the floor or other places on Shabbat?
Is it permitted to carry weapons on Shabbat?
Is it permitted to carry weapons on Shabbat? And is there any difference between days where there is a major concern of danger and days when there isn’t? Can I touch a gun just like that on Shabbat for no reason?
Laws of Muktzeh - Part 1 & the Book "Nefesh Hachaim"
In this two part lecture, Rabbi Zamir Cohen details the 4 categories pertaining to the laws of Muktze on the Sabbath; That is, what it is that we're allowed to move on the Sabbath and what we are not permitted to move/touch on the Sabbath. The second part is a brief lesson from the famous work of Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin, "Nefesh Hachaim".