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Shabbos on the Farmyard

Rochel Gross

Many Yidden, especially in Eretz Yisrael, work in places that cannot close down on Shabbos. How about farms? Cows need to be fed and milked daily. Is there a way to work on Shabbos without desecrating this holy day? I spoke to a farmer and the director of the Institute for Science and Halachah.

 

It Happened to Me: Stitches on Erev Shabbos

Rhona Lewis

I think the surgeon was pushed there by the Tehillim that my siblings were saying at home. They told me later that everyone who hadn’t been busy with Shabbos chores had sat on the couch davening.



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