🛎 AT Daily! 480 – 🐫 When Two Camels Meet On A Narrow Road 🐐Yoma 17

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Chapter 1, Mishna 2 The Kohen Gadol, High Priest, is entitled to bring any sacrifice he chooses, and to eat any of the priestly portions that he chooses. He also gets one of the two loaves brought on Shavuous and a little less than half the shewbreads every Shabbat. How is priority actually carried out? The talmud teaches what to do when two ships meet in a narrow stream, or two camels meet on a narrow road, and only one may pass: give way to the one with a heavier burden. The Hazon Ish employed this teaching when David Ben-Gurion approached him about the controversial subject of religious women serving in the Israeli army…

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