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A Stumbling Block Before the Blind

Letters and Numbers of Torah - Kedoshim

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A Stumbling Block Before the Blind: Letters and Numbers of Torah - Kedoshim

"Do not place a stumbling block before the blind" (Leviticus 19:14) can also mean not to knowingly give bad advice. The Hebrew word for "stumbling block" appears 12 times in the Torah and Prophets and this is the only time it is spelled with a vav. How does this missing letter teach us the difference between good advice and bad?
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