Ma’avir al Midosav

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  1. jessie says:

    thank you! i did a google search on maavir al midosav and this came up. what a clear and lovely explanation. i hope i will be able to apply it.

  2. jessie says:

    i just looked in rosh hashana 7a for the source and couldn’t find it. maybe it’s a different source?

  3. micha says:

    Thanks. I fixed the reference.

    -micha

  4. micha says:

    You’ll notice I totally changed the thesis of this post, which is why I updated it to reappear on the blog. In the original version, I saw halakhah as duty based; now I added a distinction between duties to other and trying for a win-win with the notion of a covenant.

    -micha

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