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We all try to dedicate time for learning Torah. Many people attend Daf Yomi, have a chavrusa, etc. Yet, most people find it difficult to learn Halacha in a consistent and clear way. We either spend too much time on one subject or try to breeze through a summary of all the laws in a few minutes. Neither of these approaches work. The concept of 12 Minute Halacha Daily (Monday through Friday) is to spend one hour a week learning Halacha from the sources all the way through the contemporary posk ...
 
Crisp, clear, and bite-size daily Halacha episodes, from the Peninei Halacha. With guiding comments and reflections from Rabbi Ben Greenfield. New episodes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.Music Attribution:"Adding the Sun" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
 
Rav Eliyahu Reingold, Rosh Kollel in the Yeshiva of Greater Washington, spent many years learning in the Telshe Yeshiva and Kollel where he was recognized as one of their foremost talmidim. He taught in the Telshe Mechina before coming to the Yeshiva of Greater Washington. He is a noted Baal Halacha and Baal Mussar, serving as a well-respected posek for the Yeshiva and community. Besides his responsibility in leading the Kollel, he delivers a high level shiur to advanced students, and provid ...
 
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On Friday of Hanukah, one must light the Hanukah candles before the Shabbat candles. The earliest time when one may light the Hanukah candles is the point of "Pelag Ha’minha," which during the Hanukah season is usually around 3:30pm (in the New York City area). Therefore, on Ereb Shabbat Hanukah, one must be extra vigilant to complete Shabbat prepa…
 
Internet – kosher phones or iphones? Science – Should the big bang scare us? Kosher Entertainment – Bad influence or another way to engage with our children? Modern Clothing and Sheitels – Has Tznius gotten too lax? Education – Secular education or just Gemara? How have we handled modernity in the past (a historical perspective)? Have we succeeded?…
 
Although the Misva of the Hanukah candle lighting requires only lighting in one’s home, it is customary to light also in the synagogue, and this custom is mentioned already by the Shulhan Aruch (Orah Haim 671). The standard Berachot are recited over the lighting in the synagogue ("Le’hadlik," "She’asa Nissim," and, on the first night, "She’hehiyanu…
 
The Shulhan Aruch in Siman 675 establishes an important Halachic principle: "Hadlakah Osah Misva"-The act of lighting the Menorah fulfils the Misva, as opposed to "Hanaha Osah Misva"-the placement of the Menorah is the Misva. That is, it makes no difference if the Menorah was set up by a minor or others who are exempt from the Misva; one would not …
 
On the first night of Chanukah we make three berachot before lighting the menorah: L'hadlik Ner Chanukah, She'asah Nisim and Shehechiyanu. What would be the Halacha in case where someone’s wife lit for him on the first night and recited all three berachot? For example, he had to stay late in the office and told his wife to light with the kids. On t…
 
What safety precautions should be taken when lighting Chanukah candles? When can one move the candles to a safer area and when can they be extinguished if they cannot be supervised such as if one is leaving home or plans to go to sleep. https://shulchanaruchharav.com/safety-precautions-for-chanukah-lighting/…
 
One of the categories of Mukse is Keli She'm'lachto L'isur-a utensil whose primary function is prohibited on Shabbat. The Hachamim permitted moving such an item only L'sorech Gufo-for another permitted function or L'sorech M'komo-for its place. One example of Keli She'm'lachto L'isur is a sewing needle, as its primary purpose is for sewing which is…
 
The Shulhan Aruch (308:4) states that a Keli She'm'lachto L'heter-A utensil which has a permitted function, may be moved for any purpose, including its own protection. However, Maran adds a caveat that even such a utensil should not be moved "Shelo L'sorech Klal"-for no purpose whatsoever. That is, one should not fidget with these items for no reas…
 
The Shulhan Aruch establishes in several places that it is permissible to touch Mukse items, as long as not even a part of it moves. For example, Maran rules that a corpse is Mukse, and even though a single limb may not be moved, it is permissible to touch it. The Shulhan Aruch (306:6) records the Halacha that covering a Mukse item with a vessel is…
 
The Halacha prohibits "Bitul Keli MeHechano"-neutralizing a vessel from functioning on Shabbat. That is, one may not perform an action that would render an otherwise permitted vessel to be Mukse. The classic example is placing a bowl underneath a hen to catch her egg. The egg is Mukse as "Nolad"-an item that came into being on Shabbat. Once the egg…
 
Hacham Yishak Beracha, in his book Birhat Yishak on Hilchot Mukse (p.10), establishes a principle based on the Gemara in Masechet Shabbat (p. 124) that any item not considered a Keli (utensil), is completely Mukse, and may not be moved even L'Sorech M'komo-for its place, or L'sorech Gufo-for a permitted function. Therefore, a log of firewood is alt…
 
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