Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

It rained and extinguished the candles immediately after lighting them. Is there a sign of a curse in this?

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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