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  • ...sin it stops to rain. Someone who is able to learn and doesn't may get the punishment of a physical illness ([[Brachot]] 5a) and Hashem cries for him (Chagigah 5
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  • ...Aruch/Orach Chaim/24|24 - The Manner of Wearing Tzitzit and the Reward and Punishment]]
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  • ...inhag is justified because it's similar to a korban and it's as though the punishment one deserves is taking place on the chicken. Yalkut Yosef (Moadim pg 75) wr ...d, lashes.<ref>Devarim 25:3; Makkot 13a, 22a.</ref> Although nowadays this punishment is no longer administered due to the absence of an authentic beit din, many
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  • ...21, however, it says, if a Jew kills a fetus he is just liable a monetary punishment. Therefore, although there certainly is a prohibition, opinions vary widely ...ion, or if this is just a reasoning explaining the severity of abortion. A punishment unlike that for murder is detailed.
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  • ..., horns, hooves, or nails, even though they are forbidden, is excused from punishment." It seems from the opinion of the Rambam that bones are forbidden d'rabana
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  • # A man may not lie sexually with another man. The punishment for doing so is karet and HaShem considers the act to be a "to'eva" (abomin
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  • ...e consequently learn that Mavir is violated in the process of the halachik punishment of ''sreifa.'' During ''sreifa'', the perpetrator is not actually burnt, an
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  • ==Punishment== ...ree opinions about whether someone who embarasses somone else receives the punishment of Malkos (lashes):
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  • ...zor Vitri no. 424 s.v. shimon. See Taz YD 124:1 who thinks that there's no punishment for saying inappropriate speech without any negative intention whatsoever.
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  • # There is reward and punishment
    2 KB (299 words) - 09:18, 28 November 2014
  • ...al or Rabbinic in nature. Either way, the gemara Sanhedrin 82a records the punishment from the prophets of someone who intermarries, being cut off from the Jewis
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  • : The greatest punishment a wicked person can receive is spiritual death. In that case, he is cut off : Gehinom is a place where the wicked will endure punishment for this sins. It is unclear what their suffering is like. Some say it is l
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  • ...The parable ends with the juggler being caught by God and granted his due punishment.<ref>The midrash (Kohelet Rabba 6:1:6) speaks about how the soul can not fi
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  • ...s no good reason for the minhag, many people don't keep it, and there's no punishment for breaking the minhag. Badei Hashulchan 194:18 writes that many poskim re
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