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  • 🛎 AT Daily! #280 – 🗝 KEY DAF! 🍋 Be Fruitful And Choose Your Neighbors Wisely! 🏘 Eruvin 62

      Topics covered: Chapter 6, Mishna 1 The first commandment is “Be fruitful and multiply.” If it only meant “Reproduce,” then “be fruitful” would be redundant. Be fruitful is the secret to life: bearing fruit is what we souls were …

  •   Topics covered: Chapter 5, Mishna 5, 6, 7 If there’s a ladder leading to a private courtyard at the dead end of a public domain, is it an entrance or a partition? How does this compare to a ladder …

  •   Topics covered: Chapter 5, Mishna 4, 5 Yesterday we learned how challenging it can be to measure and lay out the boundaries of a city’s Shabbos limit, so it’s no surprise to learn in today’s Mishna that an expert …

  •   Topics covered: Chapter 5, Mishna 3 How did they measure the Shabbos boundary of a city? Why a 50 cubit rope? Why not a chain? What material for the rope? How did they handle canyons, hills, walls, and cliffs? …

  •   Topics covered: DOUBLE DAF Chapter 5, Mishna 1, 2 Interesting coincidence: on the same day that I read about the need for zinc in order to stay healthy as we get older, and its primary source in food is …

  •   Topics covered: Chapter 5, Mishna 1 Three more wisdom teachings based on Deut. 30:12-13, the Torah is not in the Heavens or beyond the sea… How do we set the edges of certain irregularly-shaped cities for the purpose of …

  •   Topics covered: Chapter 5, Mishna 1 Meet Beruria, the female sage who proves her self as a Torah scholar from a young age despite living in a very patriarchal society. The original editors of the Talmud open a series …

  •   Topics covered: Chapter 5, Mishna 1 How did the Sages establish the edge of a city with regard to Shabbos boundaries? They would extend the border to encompass protrusions. The word extend, me’abrin, can be spelled with an ayin …

  •   Topics covered: Chapter 4, Mishna 5, 6, 7, 8 What are the requirements of the “traveler,” who is allowed to declare his Shabbos dwelling with his mouth, and even just his intention, whereas everyone else must either deposit food …

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