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The Prohibition of Cutting the Beard
Chp. 19 verses 23 - 27: Forbidden activities; not to eat the produce of your trees for the first three years, and in the fourth year it is brought up to Jerusalem to be eaten. The fifth year will come with special blessings because of your actions. Not to...
The laws of ''Orlah'' fruit, Kilayim of trees, and Kilayim of cattle
Study the daily lesson of Sefer HaMitzvos for day 138 with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, where he teaches the mitzvah in-depth with added insight and detail.
Women Learn Sefer HaMitzvot
Apples are kosher. If grown in Israel or from a young tree, more considerations come into play.
The custom of celebrating a boy’s first haircut has been around for hundreds of years, at least.
The custom of celebrating a boy’s first haircut has been around for hundreds of years, at least.
The primary purpose of the hair cutting is for the intention of leaving and essentially revealing the Peyot/sidelocks.
The primary purpose of the hair cutting is for the intention of leaving and essentially revealing the Peyot/sidelocks.
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