Taanis 4 – תענית ד

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Insights on Today’s Daf

1) How can we justify the anger of a Talmid Chacham?

2) Chiddush of the Me’iri.

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Taanis 5

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Succah 56 – סוכה נו

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Mazel Tov !! מזל טוב

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Insights on Today’s Daf

1) Beracha of Shehechiyanu first or second; an explanation

3) Is the Korban Mussaf shared?

3) Why did she refer to the Mizbeach as a wolf?

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Beitzah 2

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Shabbos 154 – שבת קנד

Why can’t one place cushions under the large pieces of glass (whose falling doesn’t result in significant loss) since he will shake them off, thus avoiding nullification of the kli (cushions)?

Spoiled honey is muktza, since it is only suitable for healing the animal’s wound.  It would appear from the Gemara (53b) that Refu’ah of an animal is permissible on Shabbos (see Rif). If so, why is the honey muktza if it suitable for use on Shabbos?

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Shabbos 154 – שבת קנד

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Why can’t one place cushions under the large pieces of glass (whose falling doesn’t result in significant loss) since he will shake them off, thus avoiding nullification of the kli (cushions)?

Spoiled honey is muktza, since it is only suitable for healing the animal’s wound.  It would appear from the Gemara (53b) that Refu’ah of an animal is permissible on Shabbos (see Rif). If so, why is the honey muktza if it suitable for use on Shabbos?