Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Is it permissible to bless the blessings of the sight within four cubits of a dead person or the cemetery in such a way that he cannot bless later

It turns out that he cannot bless in the forbidden way (that is, in any way that according to the Halacha it is forbidden to read during the DA of a dead person or a grave or a cemetery) after all, what is there to claim that he should bless so that he does not lose the blessing, such as in a blessing for the lightnings and the like, one cannot claim that, after all If Kash recited the opinion of the Shu'a that he repeats and recites (as explained in the Och SS Ab and Ish in the Non-Agreement), then it is simple that he should not bless in the first place in order to earn the blessing, and it is also explained in the rulings that the Shafi' hands are not clean He will not bless if he loses the blessing, since there is no one who does not return and bless, and since here he is not lacking in the blessing but from the honor of the deceased's humanity, MM Elima is the dignity of the dead not to bless.

And it should be added that there was room to say that between the prohibition that it came because of the honor of mankind and the prohibition because of the honor of heaven, because of the honor of mankind, I will grant forgiveness in the name of the Hamish of the Toss in Shabbat 3, in the name of the Hagum in the blessings of the 20th of the 20th century, in a few books in the Kashmish in the glosses and notes in the covers there. , and in any case here he is only mocking the Resh, the dead should be pardoned for their honor, RL gave them permission not to pardon their honor since the blessing would be canceled, and in any case their honor is pardoned and stands, so there was a place to say, but it is not This opinion is only in the prohibition of Dauriyta.

And yes, at the Gesher Ha'im, that K. Delgavi, the blessing that created you in the law, can say inside the cemetery, and although some are careful about this as well, to bless only outside the cemetery, yes, it is the Hazua custom in this (although it can be argued that it is due to the impurity of the dead and Achmal ), but also for the Ha'im Ha'im bridge, what is meant by this is that it has the need of the dead and the good of the dead and things of favor and blessing to them and in any case since it is for their benefit I did not say that there is anything in it that is not good for them because it mocks the Resh, but this is not because it is not possible, rather it is possible to bless outside, nor should it be said that it is his mitzvot to do so because it is possible to bless outside and so on (and even if it is said that his mitzvot to do so does not belong to all the blessing of the rai' Yaoi' of God's offerings, but if it is said that it is not possible to also belong to all the blessings of the rai' then it is not possible), and perhaps Miri is only there when it is not possible.

And again, I saw in Rabbi Rabbi Gabai's answers that I am also advocating HH C. 7 Skag who brought a few mm in this and from his words it is explained that he may be able to bless.

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