Thursday, January 31, 2008

Daily Jewish Law - 2/1


Yesterday we said that one may not speak negatively of a person in his presence (despite rationalizing that if I'll say it in his presence, it must not be that bad).

However, one may say something with two potential meanings, one negative and one positive, in the subject's presence; we assume that one wouldn't do this unless he intended the positive meaning.

(Mekor Chaim 3:2)

Have a great day,

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