Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

As a follow-up to the question about distinguishing stones for use on Shabbat, is it necessary to distinguish the stones for the rest of the world or is it enough to distinguish them for use on one Shabbat

The distinction is not useful to take the stones out of the hands of an assignee, unless he sets them apart for eternal use for the world, and the same is true if in practice he is accustomed to using those stones in everyday life, it is considered a distinction, even though he did not make a distinction in the interpretation of the GCC, it is considered a distinction, and in any case if the distinction for his use he singled out The stone is a use that is used to use a stone for its consumption, in this instead of the need you can count on facilitating that even the singularity of sitting for one is beneficial.

Sources: Och Shah, 22 and 22, and also for the people of Spain it must be said that the decision of the Shoah in S. Rant is for Kula.

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