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The People of the temple Shalom!..”
Blind willies from stenobitnyh vehicles the enemy and a burning smell comes to us through the thickness
centuries. But the strength of Jewish faith that even during those “three weeks” to see
The Temple in all its magnificence, steadfastly standing in the heart of Jerusalem. There are
customize these days to teach the laws of the temple. We take off the shelf that the Rambam and trying to
imagine how the heart of the world looked cool mountain night. Guard The Temple-
one of the commandments of the Torah. Although neither a thief nor a burglar does not dare infiltrate there, but
so we express his AWE before the Sanctuary. If there are two palaces, and one
protected, and another no-honor any of them anymore? “Mitzvah protection” continues
all night. Guards can be only kohanim and Levites. Twenty-four post
It was in the temple, twenty-four man stood on the clock. Kohanim-guards
allowed to sleep, but certainly not in the clothes in which they were
B-gosluzheniem. “Clothing service” they turned and put myself under his head. Slept
only on the floor-as befits those who is keeping watch at the Palace of the King. The Levites stood
five temple gate, and at the four corners of it, and in other places. They were not allowed to sleep.
Special person tested. Approaching Levitte, he said: “People of the temple,
Shalom to you

Fish – meat

It is written in the Gemara “Hulin”: “We must avoid the danger of even more than the violations.” Ramsey bang explains this in more detail: “If any thing is life-threatening – remove it or leave away from her.” Our sages say that the Jew’s health is in danger, when he eats fish with meat. Therefore, they have introduced the following restrictions: – Meat and fish do not prepare the same dishes and do not eat from the same plate. This does not mean you have to start some “meat” and “fish” pans. You just need to thoroughly wash the pan, so that it does not stick food residues from the previous preparation. – If the meat dish dropped a piece of fish, it should be removed immediately. And if it was a fish sauce which is mixed with the brew? We pretends if sauce share in the total volume is less than 1/60, then it’s not scary. The dish is meat, you can eat. And if the fish and meat was in the skillet almost equally, then the brew itself is forbidden for the Jewish table, but you can use it in another way, for example, animal feed. – How to be with a frying pan Based on the rules of “the danger of severe violations”, the sages asked that her otkosherovali, ie omitted for some time into the boiling pot. If this is not possible, and the other pans not, go for a lighter view: completely wash the dishes and give this “rest” is not less than a day.

“Ten Commitments”

In marriage, both sides negotiate the commitments that are taken in relation to each other. But there are “ten commitments” of her husband, who did not need to negotiate because they are worn relative to any Jewish couple. The first three commitments are recorded in the Pentateuch. Jewish husband is obliged to: 1. Feed the wife 2. Provide her clothes 3. Do not deprive her of conjugal intimacy. Other items established Jewish sages in the times of the Second Temple. Chief among them, from which derive all the others, is the “ketubah”. It is a kind of “family insurance policy.” In the case of the death of a husband or wife gets a divorce for a certain amount of the ketubah. Six points are called “additions to the ketubah.”According to them, the husband is obliged to: – In case of illness the wife to pay the doctor. – If it was captured, redeem it. – When she died (khas ve-shalom!), To organize a funeral. – If the husband died, the widow has the right to live with his heirs and receive content from eg a result – as long as there will not marry again. – The same rule applies to her daughters from a previous marriage – they get the content from the heirs the deceased. – In case of death of the mother of her sons can get the money in her ketubah. Of course, we could not open in this article all the details. But the general trend is obvious: pro- bot, love, responsibility …

 

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