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The day preceding Passover we are enjoined to search and remove all chametz from our possession. Join the Talmud’s discussion in analyzing the choice terminology used in the Mishnah in addressing Bedikat Chametz (searching for chometz), which will reveal a powerful lesson in communication.

Refined Speech

Refined Speech

Talmudic Principles on Searching for Chametz

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Refined Speech: Talmudic Principles on Searching for Chametz

The day preceding Passover we are enjoined to search and remove all chametz from our possession. Join the Talmud’s discussion in analyzing the choice terminology used in the Mishnah in addressing Bedikat Chametz (searching for chometz), which will reveal a powerful lesson in communication.
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Search & Removal of Chametz, Talmud, Passover, Speech; Communication
Rabbi Binyomin Bitton, originally from Lyon, France, is the founder and spiritual leader of Chabad of Downtown Vancouver and co-Dean of the Jewish Academy. A renowned Talmudic scholar, his warmth, knowledge and passion for learning has brought him to teach in communities around the world. He now lives in Vancouver together with his wife Malky and six children.
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Rabbi Binyomin Bitton Vancouver, BC March 19, 2015

Re: Refined Speech Yes, it does. The Talmud there in tractate Pesachim 3a-b continues to further elaborate on this concept. A fascinating study. Reply

laurieclaus@outlook.com St. Catharines, ON March 19, 2015

Refined Speech Beautiful revelation, does the Talmud give us further insight to refined speech? Reply

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