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TOPIC TITLE: Sollution if you are depressed about diabetes.
Created On 3/25/05 12:14 AM
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tzally1
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3/25/05 12:14 AM
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Edited: 10/6/06 at 12:25 AM by tzally1
 
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ICE:FX
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Learning always helps a person feel better, even Gemora tells that when a person has a headache, he should learn Torah. I wonder if a peron will get a headache just so he should learn?......
 
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Ray
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4/10/05 7:31 PM
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ICE:FX,

Does it apply to a femal too? to learn something?
 
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Sure, women have an obligation to learn too. I dont think the learning has to only be Gemora though....
 
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tzally1
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Hi,

It says in the Torah "V'shinantom L'vonecho", the Gemara (Kiddushin- don't remember the daf offhand) explains that this means "to your SONS".

The command of "V'higisa bo yomam valaila" is for men only.

However, needless to say, women can still learn, and women should obviously know the basic concepts of torah. (This can be done by studying Sefer HaMitzvos each day.)

We find that Rashi would teach his daughters Torah. (However, this is not necessarily a lesson to us, for Rashi's daughter's were obviously on a much higher level than we are today.)

But generally speaking, a woman's role in life is to be an "Akeres Habayis", which means that the woman is primarily in charge of raising her children in a way of Torah and Mitzvos.
 
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