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pg. 806. I tryed to hyperlink it but it didn't work.
thanks. the url used to automatically update when you navigated to new pages, but no more. the trick is: when on the page you want, click on the hyperlink that says "Link". That will open a popup with a direct link to the page.kt,josh
An interesting eulogy: "I didn't know her, but she must have been a wonderful woman since you chose her. Also, she was quite sick and wracked with pain for a while, so she's better off dead."The latter point involves us in the famous Halachic / Hashkafic question of whether, as sometimes claimed in overly simplistic Orthodox propaganda, we believe that (temporal) life, with its possibilities of spiritual growth, is always preferable to death, or whether, as various poskim (including Rav Moshe) assert, there are some lives that are so unfortunate that we don't try to preserve them. [I don't mean to imply a preference for the latter position, just annoyance at the oversimplification commonly found in the expression of the former.]
It is certainly interesting for me to read that article. Thanks for it. I like such themes and anything connected to this matter. I would like to read more soon.
It is rather interesting for me to read this post. Thanx for it. I like such themes and anything that is connected to them. I definitely want to read a bit more on that blog soon.
Keep on posting such themes. I love to read articles like this. Just add some pics :)
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