94a Should I make It To The Minyan?

94a Should I make It To The Minyan?

The Shulchan Aruch (או”ח צ טז) says that in order to Daven with a Minyan one is obligated to travel four Mil if he will be continuing on his way or 1 Mil or 18 minutes if he will be going backwards. One who is in his house is also reqiured to travel one Mil or...
93a Not Old Enough?

93a Not Old Enough?

Gemora:  A child who came of age after Pesach Rishon does not bring a Pesach on Pesach Sheini, according to Rabbi Nossan. Pesach Sheini, is a redressal for the Pesach Rishon. Since the minor was not obligated in the Rishon, there is no reason for him to bring...
92b Too far Away

92b Too far Away

Mishna:   . . . Or someone who was a far distance . . .   Gemora: If one was far away when the Pesach was brought for him, Rav Sheshes says that he has not fulfilled his obligation.  The Gemora 93b brings the opinion of rabbi Eliezer that just one step out of the...
89a First One To Yerushalayim Wins!

89a First One To Yerushalayim Wins!

The Gemora explains the Mishna that after a man counted his children on the Korban Pesach, he told them that only the first one to get to Yerushalayim can partake. However, he only said so to push them to come faster. The Mishna tells us that all may partake.  What is...
88a Counted On Two Pesachs?

88a Counted On Two Pesachs?

88a Counted on Two Pesachs? The Mishna says that if two caretakers of an orphan both shecht a Pesach for him, the orphan may decide from which one he will eat.  To execute the legal action of becoming part of a Pesach Chabura, one needs to consent. Now, if only one...