The Beneviste Maneuver

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2 Responses

  1. David Waghalter says:

    This has nothing to do with your question, but I wonder how eating and swimming on Yom Kippur rejects – or has anything to do with – “Diaspora” values?

  2. menachem ppetrushka says:

    The answer the question posed by Rabbi Feldman is:

    “It Depends”

    The traditioal religious answer is that the one feasting on the island was a true
    lehachesnick(one who tries to anger The Almighty) and apikores(heretic) of the worst kind. The one playing monoploy is probably a tinok shenishbo(one with a child like naivete) who may not be blamed for his ignorance.

    The blogger’s answer is the that is the latter. The worst thing to happen to one is to be ignored.
    Infamy is a far better state than non-recognition. That is why the blogger spends so much
    his time on the net. To the blogger, the one who who ignores The Almighty, for whatever reason, is
    is doing Him a far worse disservice than the one who mocks Him.

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