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Daf Yomi

The Impropriety Of Flattery ‘They Flattered King Agrippas’ (Sotah 41b)

Milchig Doughnuts

"This doesn't seem right," Chaim's mother said. "I'm going to have to check with the bakery." She put that doughnut aside and took a different flavor.

Daf Yomi

The Burning Of Kever Yosef ‘Alongside Shechem’ (Sotah 32a)

Down To Earth (Korban Minchat Choteh Vesotah)

When a person who has given in to his or her animal instincts wishes to bring a sacrifice to atone for such conduct, the sacrifice should be as basic and unadorned as the instincts to which he or she gave in.

Learn With Your Son!

"Does Mr. Goodman have to pay me the $1,000 he agreed to for learning with my son?" Danny asked.

Daf Yomi

Incurring Lashes? ‘On That Day Rabbi Akiva Expounded’ (Sotah 27b)

Time Out: The Korban Minchah (Sotah 14a)

Today, in the absence of the Temple, our prayers are a substitute for the korbanot.

Daf Yomi

A Special Syllabus ‘As One Who Is Exempt, But Nevertheless Does’ (Sotah 21a)

Partners Disbanding

"I'm not interested in doing anything with the apartment," said Reuven. "If you're my partner in the apartment, you're welcome to use it with me."

Bike Bash

"Maybe," acknowledged Benny. "But I didn't do anything wrong. I rode the bike in the normal manner, and this accident occurred."

Daf Yomi

The Stepfather in a Kesuba ‘He Was the Stepson of Kenaz’ (Sotah 11b)

Accident

When David returned, he apologized to Moshe and offered to pay for replacement of the fender.

Daf Yomi

A Hot Air Blower ‘Whoever Eats Bread Without Wiping His Hands…’ (Sotah 4b)

Friend Turned Foe

"I stated from the beginning, 'For a friend like you – we're willing to rent.' If he's no longer a friend, the agreement is no longer binding!"

Daf Yomi

Reburial In Eretz Yisrael ‘If One Finds Three [Corpses]…This Is A Graveyard’? (Nazir 64b-65a)

Daf Yomi

A Matter Of Health ‘He Who Rounds The Corners…’ (Nazir 57b)

Continue On

"What do you expect?" asked Mr. Strauss. "That I should work for free?"

My Father’s Chin (Nazir 40b)

As a child, I always wanted to know what my father’s chin looked like. But I never got to see it. From the time...

Daf Yomi

Delaying A Funeral To Honor A Deceased A Nazir may Defile Himself For A Mes Mitzvah (Nazir 47a)

Subcontractor

Aryeh complained to Josh for handing the work over to Manny. Josh insisted, though, that he trusted Manny and that the job was done according to standard and approved by him.

A Lulav For Levi

"But my rebbe taught me that on the first day of Sukkos you have to own the lulav and esrog," said Levi. "If I borrow yours, how can I fulfill the mitzvah?"

Daf Yomi

Curling Pei’os ‘Hair Of A Nazir’ (Nazir 42a)

The Broken Stem

The lulav also symbolizes the scepter of victory with which we emerge after vanquishing the Yom Kippur prosecutor.

Donation Details

"If there were only two possibilities, I understand following the higher amount," said Mr. Meyer. "However, here the pledge could have been any amount from $100 to $360!"

Daf Yomi

Normal Consumption ‘Leave Aside Babylonian Kutach’ (Nazir 36b)

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