Thursday, January 17, 2008

Daily Jewish Law - 1/18


We have been learning about lashon hara, harmful speech.

One who mixes falsehood into a negative report about another person, such that he increases the disgrace about that person, violates a prohibition against giving a person a bad reputation. This is considered even worse than truthful lashon hara.

(Mekor Chaim 1:1)

Have a great day,

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