Shabbos 124 – שבת קכד

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Rava allowed moving the pottery in reshus harabim since ‘it is suitable for me’ – why is that additional element necessary, since as Rashi explains, a keli does not lose its status regardless of its location?

 

 

Shabbos 125 – שבת קכה

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Rava explains that Rebbi Meir and Rebbi Yehuda are discussing (parts of) an oven which was initially heated when detached; therefore according to R”Y they are muktza.  Although it will not attain a din of Tanur, why are they muktza – since the shards are suitable in their current form (to cover a barrel etc.)?

 

Shabbos 125 – שבת קכה

Rava explains that Rebbi Meir and Rebbi Yehuda are discussing (parts of) an oven which was initially heated when detached; therefore according to R”Y they are muktza.  Although it will not attain a din of Tanur, why are they muktza – since the shards are suitable in their current form (to cover a barrel etc.)?

Shabbos 141 – שבת קמא

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Rav Yehuda says one should dry himself prior to leaving the river, lest he carry the water which is on him.  How can one walk in Reshus Harabim during a rainstorm?

How can we compare the case of indirect moving of Muktza in the Mishna – where he uses his shoulder etc. – to Rav Nachman’s case where he is using his hands, and perhaps is considered more stringent?

Why is the pouch not ‘batel’ to the child who is wearing it for play?

Shabbos 141 – שבת קמא

Rav Yehuda says one should dry himself prior to leaving the river, lest he carry the water which is on him.  How can one walk in Reshus Harabim during a rainstorm?

How can we compare the case of indirect moving of Muktza in the Mishna – where he uses his shoulder etc. – to Rav Nachman’s case where he is using his hands, and perhaps is considered more stringent?

Why is the pouch not ‘batel’ to the child who is wearing it for play?

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