Thursday, August 8, 2019

Day Yoimie Snippets .... Temurah 16,17,18, 19, 20, 21, & 22

A great opportunity for the entire family, to share some thoughts on the daf ...  the  family feels united by discussing what the head of the house is studying.
I try to break it down so that everyone can understand it .... 
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''דף ט''ז ''לא בשמים היא       
Page 16  Mesectas Temurah
''It Is Not In Heaven "
B’nai Yisrael forgot three thousand halachot during the mourning period following Moshe’s passing. In light of this loss, B’nai Yisrael said to Yehoshua: 

“Ask for guidance from Heaven, so that you will be able to re-learn all of the forgotten halachot.” 

Yehoshua replied:
“Lo ba’Shamayim hee” (It is not in Heaven [Devarim 30:12].) 
In other words, once the Torah was given at Mount Sinai, it was no longer possible to clarify its intended meaning by means of prophecy or through the Heavenly instruction provided by the urim v’tumim (priestly chest plate). Following Matan Torah, halacha was to be determined, in each generation, through Torah study and interpretation of Torah by the Sages.

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''דף י''ז ''קרבן תודה       
Page 17  Mesectas Temurah
''Thanksgiving Offering "
A Korban Todah (Thanksgiving Offering) was sacrificed together with 40 loaves of bread. 

If an animal designated as a Korban Todah was pregnant and gave birth, the cow’s offspring was included as part of the Korban Todah. 

However, it is not required to offer an additional 40 loaves together with the calf. 

This halacha was taught by Rambam in Hilchot Temurah. 

''דף י''ח ''עדות תנא מבית המקדש        
Page 18  Mesectas Temurah
''Testimony of a Tanna"
Some Tannaim had the privilege of living during the end of the Second Beit HaMikdash era. 

Rabbi Pappeyas was one of the Tannaim who testified about an incident in which he was involved that occurred at the Beit HaMikdash.

The Mishnah relates that Rabbi Pappeyas testified about the offspring of a Korban Shlamim (Peace Offering), which was also offered as a Korban Shlamim. 

Rabbi Pappeyas said that he, himself, was in Jerusalem during Pesach and had a cow designated as a Korban Shlamim that gave birth. He offered the cow as a Korban Shlamim on Pesach, then offered the offspring as a Korban Shlamim on Sukkot.

Rabbi Pappeyas remained alive after the destruction of the Second Beit HaMikdash and was counted among the elders of the generation after the churban. 

''דף י''ט ''קרבן פסח        
Page 19  Mesectas Temurah
''The Paschal Offering"
The Korban Pesach (Paschal Offering) requires a male sheep. A female sheep may not be offered as a Korban

What should be done by a person who accidentally consecrated a female sheep as their Korban Pesach? 

That female sheep should to be left to graze until the animal becomes blemished and is unfit to be a korban. Then, the sheep can be sold, and its proceeds used to acquire a fitting Korban Pesach. 

If the sheep does not become blemished until after Pesach, the money from the sale of the sheep should be used to acquire a Korban Shlamim (Peace Offering). 

''דף כ' ''המלך מגיע לבית המקדש        
Page 20  Mesectas Temurah
''The King's Arrival at the Bais Ha'Mikdash"
Yechezkel excitedly held his father’s hand as they approached the Beit HaMikdash to bring a Korban Shlamim (Peace Offering). 

When they reached the Beit HaMikdash, they encountered an unusual sight. Soldiers and guards were spread across the mount and horsemen galloped in front of a magnificent golden chariot.

 “The King! The King!” Yechezkel enthusiastically shouted. “The King of Israel is arriving at the Beit HaMikdash.”

Yechezkel’s father went to find out why the king came to visit the Beit HaMikdash on a regular, ordinary day. One of the kohanim told Yechezkel and his father that the king came to offer a Korban Chatat (Sin Offering) to make amends for a sin he had committed.

Yechezkel said:
 “The king will certainly offer a male goat, since a king who sins is required to offer a male goat, while all others are obligated to offer a female goat.” 

The kohen replied: “The king will actually offer a female goat, because the violation for which he is offering the korban was committed before he became king.” 

''דף כ''א ''ההבדל בין ירושלים לשילה        
Page 21  Mesectas Temurah
''Difference Between Jerusalem & Shilo"

Before King Solomon built the Beit HaMikdash, a mishkan (Tabernacle) existed at Nov, and before that, at Shiloh.

On this daf, the Talmud states there is only one difference between Shiloh and Jerusalem: 

In the era of the Shiloh Tabernacle, “Kodshim Kalim” (offerings of the lesser holiness) and Ma’aser Sheini (Second Tithe) were allowed to be eaten anywhere in eyeshot of the Tabernacle, even in places beyond the formal city limits of Shiloh. 

By contrast, in the era of Jerusalem's Beit HaMikdash, meat from such sacrifices could be eaten only inside the city walls; one was forbidden to consume sacrificial meat in the suburbs of Jerusalem, even in places close enough so that one could see the Temple from there.

''דף כ''ב ''קרבן תטאת שאבד         
Page 22  Mesectas Temurah
''The Lost Sin Offering"

The halacha states that if an animal that has been designated as a Korban Chatat (Sin Offering) and subsequently got lost and a replacement animal was offered in its place, the lost animal would be sentenced to die. 

But what constitutes being lost? 

If the animal was lost from its owner but not lost to the shepherd to whom it was entrusted, the animal is not considered lost. 

All the more so, if it was lost from the shepherd but not lost to the owner, the animal is considered lost. 

The Talmud is uncertain about, and leaves unanswered, whether an animal is considered lost when the owner and shepherd can no longer identify it, but there is a person someone else in the world who could identify the animal upon seeing it.

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