אַשְׂכִּילָה בְּדֶרֶךְ תָּמִים
posted by A Simple Jew @ 4:42 AM
"Can anyone think of another example of a person fulfilling a mitzva in technicality but not in intent?"I think every Mitzva can qualify there...
Very true. I guess I looked right past the obvious on this one...
R. Moshe Feinstein ruled that a toupee is insufficient.
The shaitel of course.That's why I don't wear them (except maybe on Purim)
Gil and Batya: It looks like Rivka K's comment touched on both of your ideas, however Gil, she seems to contradict your information about Igros Moshe. Do you happen to have a citation to validate your comment (which undoubtedly is correct)?
my Father zal asked Reb moshe zatzal wheather he could make a bracha with a toupee on and he answered that he had to put on his hat to make a bracha and eat.
Hey, I already copyrighted the "Meitel".
PT: How much do I owe you for my copyright infrigement?
You have to come up with a picture and name for your own model.
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