It seems that there is a sign of a curse in this, and as I explained in the answer to the consecration of a white child, any mitzvah that was not made possible by something coming from heaven is a sign of a curse, and since here we have already gotten rid of the ignition if the weather at the time of the ignition was without wind and rain, ...!trpsttrp-gettext data-trpgettextoriginal=9739!trpenRead more!trpst/trp-gettext!trpen

It seems that there is a sign of a curse in this, and as I extended in the answer to the sanctification of a white child, any mitzvah that was not made possible by something coming from heaven is a sign of a curse, and since here one is already disposed of from the lighting if the weather at the time of the lighting was without wind and rain, from any place even in the sukkah, one will be extinguished when they fell rains, and yet there is a sign of a curse there, and despite the fact that here he died and there is a Mitzvah of Mm, there is no Mitzvah of the Chosen One, and there is no proper publication of Nisa, and the Mishnab even resorted to returning it and burning it, and it certainly did not detract from the other methods in the evidence that I brought in my answer to the matter of Kiddush Levana, and also in my answer regarding the blessing of priests.

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As I brought above regarding the matter of kiddush levanah, there is evidence from many places that when a person did not get to fulfill the mitzvah, it is a bad sign, but here we have to discuss it from another side, after all, an erring shatz is a bad sign for those who sent it, and yet there is a place to discuss the matter of this priest lest...!trpsttrp-gettext data-trpgettextoriginal=9739!trpenRead more!trpst/trp-gettext!trpen

As I stated above Regarding the sanctification of an egg Evidence from many places that when a person did not get to keep the mitzvah, it is a bad sign, but here we have to discuss from another side, after all, an erring shatz is a bad sign for his messengers, and yet there is a place to discuss the matter of a priest, whether a shatz is the messenger of the Israelites for blessing and a bad sign It is for the Israelis, indeed it is necessary to divide it a little, Degbi Shatz is not a mitzvah for the Shatzat at all but for the public, Shashka Gabi Cohen is a mitzvah for the priest, and Ika Afi' Damri in Gm' Duani Avrachm Kai on the blessing of the priests themselves, if so For our purposes, there is reason to say that a bad sign is either on the priest or on Israel, and on the other hand, there is reason to say that a bad sign is on one of them and they don't know who it is, and it seems that most of the things are true. The mitzvah, and I'm to the Midd [the blessings of] Dafi' are not torments of love if there is a cancellation of a prayer in them, and yet there is certainly a bad sign here, but the bad sign comes because of the individual and it comes because of the general, and like lamps that are lit because of the individual In the SPG Dasukah 29, and on the other hand, the whole rule that the bow was seen in his days, there is a herd of ma'ala in the inscriptions, and I. in Lent in Drukrat hoi delikta, etc., and I. Maktos 11 ea. The public who are not members of Ma'ala, and this includes both the public and the priests who have the Ma'ala herd to protect the generation and is fenced off in Peretz In.

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Is it possible for me to go up to bless the blessing of the priests with shoes made of rubber and cloth since I have limited stability in the soles of my feet and physical difficulty taking off my shoes before Aliyah for the blessing of the priests? For everyone's benefit, the question and the answer can be published without the identification details of the questioner. win...!trpsttrp-gettext data-trpgettextoriginal=9739!trpenRead more!trpst/trp-gettext!trpen

Is it possible for me to go up to bless the blessing of the priests with shoes made of rubber and cloth since I have limited stability in the soles of my feet and physical difficulty taking off my shoes before Aliyah for the blessing of the priests?

For everyone's benefit, the question and the answer can be published without the identification details of the questioner.

You will receive the mitzvot.

Your army to Orita.

Thanks a lot.

Good news for the individual and the general.

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The arbitrators wrote to allow it under several conditions, 1) that it is shoes that do not have tying straps, ACP in the area of the base of the foot, 2) that it is a cloth covering that is not customary on the streets without outdoor shoes, since outdoor shoes are not public honor, 3) that there is a great need for this ...!trpsttrp-gettext data-trpgettextoriginal=9739!trpenRead more!trpst/trp-gettext!trpen

The arbitrators wrote to allow it under several conditions, 1) that it is shoes that do not have tying straps, ACP in the area of the base of the foot, 2) that it is a cloth covering that is not customary on the streets without outdoor shoes, since outdoor shoes are not public honor, 3) that there is a great need for this such as sick, and as in your case, and also 11 that even in high shoes without straps at the bottom, they should not be made of leather, and another condition mentioned by the arbitrators is that this is a person who has been known in his city for at least thirty days as having a leg disability and therefore cannot remove his shoes lest the people look upon him with blessing.
It is very appropriate that they be high up to the knee area.

Sources: O. K. Kach, H. and M. B. and K. H. and the latter are cited in the answer decisions there.

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