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Daf Yomi Review Parsha Balak

 Daf Yomi Review Parsha Balak source:  Daf Yomi Review - Powerful review programs for daf yomi, tanach, torah, mishnayos, halacha etc. this series is public domain - feel free to use Parsha Balak    PDF  ||  Word  ||  Print/Mobile  ||  Archives (note: if Hebrew text does not display properly, please use    PDF  link)     בלק   בס"ד     Balak is a Parsha סתומה (no spaces). Parshas ויצא is also סתומה, the connection between the two Parshios, being that ויצא talks of Lavan who most say was מתגלגל into בלעם, and both wanted to לעקור את הכל. Parshas Balak is a Parsha of ונהפוך הוא, in that Billam’s curses were transformed into Brachos, even when the yidden deserved קללה. This demonstrates the deep love that Hashem has for בני ישראל. Parshas Balak usually falls the Shabbos before יז בתמוז. All the fast days will be Yomim Tovim in the future. One main difference of the fast of  יז בתמוז, is that this fast falls in the second half of the month, when the מדת הדין is prevalent. There used t

Sefaria Kitzur Shulchan Arukh 40-41, trans. Rabbi Avrohom Davis, Metsudah Pub., 1996

 Sefaria Kitzur Shulchan Arukh  40-41, trans. Rabbi Avrohom Davis, Metsudah Pub., 1996 About This Text Kitzur Shulchan Arukh Halakhah Author: Shlomo Ganzfried The Kitzur Shulchan Arukh (“Abridged Shulchan Arukh”) is a simplified summary of the Shulchan Arukh, focusing on Orach Chayim and Yoreh De’ah, the sections most relevant to ordinary daily life. The work presents laws without listing differing views or providing reasoning, interspersing ethical maxims throughout. Immensely popular for its simplicity and clarity, it functions as a handbook for daily life for many Ashkenazi Jews and has been translated into five languages. It is known for its strict rulings. Composed: Uzhgorod (c.1844 - c.1864 CE) נוצר/נערך: אוז'הורוד (1844 - 1864 לספירה בקירוב) Current Version Torat Emet 357 Select Version Read More Source: Digitization: Sefaria License: Public Domain Revision History Buy in Print Current Translation Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, trans. Rabbi Avrohom Davis, Me