Eruvin 54 – עירובין נד

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

If a person is worthy, Hashem grants his desires, without him needing to ask for them.  We learn elsewhere that Tefillah is an end in itself, not merely a means of acquiring needs (there are needs in order to necessitate Tefillah) – so why is precluding the need to ask considered something advantageous?

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Eruvin 54 – עירובין נד

If a person is on worthy, Hashem grants his desires, without him needing to ask for them.  We learn elsewhere that Tefillah is an end in itself, not merely a means of acquiring needs (there are needs in order to necessitate Tefillah) – so why is precluding the need to ask considered something advantageous?

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Eruvin 13 – עירובין יג

The Gemara describes the words of both Beis Shamai and Beis Hillel as being ‘Divrei elokim chayim’ denoting that both have credence in Torah.  How does this apply to a machlokes pertaining to a practical reality?

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Eruvin 13 – עירובין יג

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

The Gemara describes the words of both Beis Shamai and Beis Hillel as being ‘Divrei elokim chayim’ denoting that both have credence in Torah.  How does this apply to a machlokes pertaining to a practical reality?