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Klal 67 Siman 13-14

1343 – Kibud Av v’Eim – (Klal 67 Siman 13-14) – Direct Conflict Between Kibud and MItzvos 4

  We are continuing in siman 14. We have learned that if there is a conflict between kibud av v’eim and a mitzvah overes, if the other mitzvah can be fulfilled by others, the child should do whichever mitzvah they began first, due to the concept of oseik b’mitzvah patur min hamitzvah. If one has …

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1342 – Kibud Av v’Eim – (Klal 67 Siman 13-14) – Direct Conflict Between Kibud and MItzvos 3

 We have finished siman 13, and have a point to clarify. We learned that a child should ignore a parent who wishes that their child not forgive or not speak to a certain individual. However, if the parent wishes the child not to speak to the individual because they are concerned that the individual is …

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