🛎 AT Daily! #140 – 📣 I Am a Man Who Pays His Taxes! 🕯🕯 Shabbos 78

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Why is the minimum measure for liability to bring a sin offering for carrying water unwittingly on Shabbos measured according to the tiny amount of water in an eye bandage when water is so much more commonly used for drinking? Ch. 8, Mishah 2: minimum measures of some common objects like rope, glue and paper. Paper measured according to the small amount needed to write a tax receipt. Rabbi Yehuda says the tax receipt itself is significant to a person even after he showed it to the tax collector because he may have to show it to another, and he wants to demonstrate, “I Am a Man Who Pays His Taxes!”

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