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...
85b Walled In?

85b Walled In?

The Gemora explains that like Shabbos, one is not liable for removing meat from the Chabura unless one does Akirah and Hanocha. An interesting Shayla is raised by Rav Yitzchok Zilberstein Shlit`a. On Shabbos, if one is surrounded by people, one is not liable for...
81b Embarrass them?

81b Embarrass them?

Once a Talmid rolled up a tablecloth with a Chumash in it and threw it out. The Rebbi wanted to tell the Talmid that he must ask Hashem for forgiveness in public in order to embarrass him, so that everyone would learn to be careful with Seforim.  The Rebbi asked Rav...
80a Division in the congregation?

80a Division in the congregation?

אין קרבן ציבור חלוק   “A Korban Tzibur should not be eaten in a way that shows division within the congregation.”   Rashi: Since division is shameful, it is forbidden to eat the Korban Pesach in a way that makes division obvious.   Rav...
75a Rabban Gamliel’s Perforated Grill

75a Rabban Gamliel’s Perforated Grill

The Mishna states that one may not roast the Pesach on a grill. It then quotes an incident in which Rabban Gamliel instructed his servant to roast the Pesach on a grill. The Gemara asks: Was an incident cited to contradict what was previously stated?  ...