Question: Is one obligated to stand while the shliach tzibbur repeats the Shemoneh Esreh? I have observed that some people stand during the whole repetition of the Amida while others sit most of the time.
However, if the renter has a definitive claim (ba'ree), as in our case, he is in possession since he holds the money.
Who’s On First?
‘Who Is Considered A First Born?’
(Bava Basra 126b)
The identity of the heirs and their order of succession cannot be changed by testamentary disposition in a will.
The Torah does not impose an oath on a defendant in a dispute involving land, servants, or promissory notes.
The point is that they hold up a picture of that man. Not a picture of the Chasam Sofer.
Minutes after my son and daughter left for school – it’s a ten-minute walk from our house – my son came running back to the house, all upset.
Sounding like a typical Lubavitcher, I told that just by striking the match, she is bringing more light into the world, so what’s the problem?
When the nations of the world will see Hashem saving his children, His nation, they will see that there is a Borei Olam who runs the world.
His mother, wanting him to be a rabbi, saw to it that he received a traditional Jewish education, and his lifelong love for the Bible began at age four when he learned Hebrew.
I always wanted Trump if it was a choice between Trump and Hillary Clinton. Hold my nose, let him win. I don’t want the Democrats and the progressives and Sanders and Ellison.
Many of us, though, were certain that after a relatively short hiatus, Iran’s pursuit of regional hegemony supported by a nuclear arsenal would resume, and inexorably so.
Over two days the world’s premiere kashrus experts shared their insights, techniques, and teachings.
There are accounts of battles, rebellions, and collective failures of nerve, and a strange story about a pagan prophet and a talking donkey.
How does one describe an historic moment of excruciating joy that defies reality?
How can we overcome this perception error? How can we ensure that people who meet us for the limited amount of time (in the workplace or in school) perceives us as we are?
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