Saturday, December 26, 2009

The importance of social halachah


"The day-to-day interactions between people, the treatment of one another in mundane conversation, in walking in the street, in traveling on a bus, or waiting in line to be served in a store, are no less the home of halakhah than are the activities of the synagogue or the kitchen, the study hall or the hospital bed."

(Rabbi Daniel Z. Feldman, The Right and the Good, pg. xii)

Have a great day,

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