When two people go carrying…. A case where one person was capable to carry and the other was not – who is obligated to bring a korban and why? Being nice may not always be the best course of action, if you aren’t truly helping. So, what are the parameters? Basically, always check it out. Plus: Carrying less than the measure of food that would require a sacrifice in a container – the container doesn’t count – after all, you can’t carry soup in your bare hands. Similarly, carrying a live person on a bed, but that’s not the case for carrying a dead body on a bed. What’s What: a refresher of ikar/tafel.
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