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Klal 66 Siman 10

1299 – Chinuch Katanim – (Klal 66 Siman 10) – Chinuch for Mitzvas Lo Saasei 38 – Sefiya B’yadayim (Feeding an Issur to a Child) 10; Yom Kippur 1

 We are continuing in siman 10. The Chayei Adam had introduced the idea that when an issur is not intrinsic, but due to an external time limitation, one is allowed to perform sefiya b’yadayim to a child.  This feeds into the idea that part of the reason beis din is obligated to ensure a katan …

1299 – Chinuch Katanim – (Klal 66 Siman 10) – Chinuch for Mitzvas Lo Saasei 38 – Sefiya B’yadayim (Feeding an Issur to a Child) 10; Yom Kippur 1 Read More »

1298 – Chinuch Katanim – (Klal 66 Siman 10) – Chinuch for Mitzvas Lo Saasei 37 – Sefiya B’yadayim (Feeding an Issur to a Child) 9; Issurei Zman

 We are beginning siman 10. The Chayei Adam writes that a food which is not intrinsically assur, but is assur because of an impediment due to the day, can be fed to a katan. For example, although there is an issur against eating before kiddush, since there is nothing inherently assur about food before kiddush …

1298 – Chinuch Katanim – (Klal 66 Siman 10) – Chinuch for Mitzvas Lo Saasei 37 – Sefiya B’yadayim (Feeding an Issur to a Child) 9; Issurei Zman Read More »

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