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  • Ora K
    Please Say/Whisper the Words out Loud In the merit of this learning may Shlomit bat Tziporah and MordechaiYaakovbenChaya Sarah each be blessed with complete
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 1, 2011
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      Please Say/Whisper the Words out Loud
      In the merit of this learning may Shlomit bat Tziporah and Mordechai Yaakov ben Chaya Sarah each be blessed with complete health, happiness, and only revealed good.

      I
      When someone says something about someone else, it should not be repeated at all - to the person being spoken about or to others. This is considered rechilut.

      II
      Why shouldn't it be repeated?
      a) By publicizing the comment it will eventually get back to the person being spoken about.
      b) By repeating the comment the speaker is essentially saying that that someone else (namely the original speaker) has spoken negatively.
      c) By repeating the comment the speaker is speaking lashon hara as well.

      (Purity of Speech by C.T. Friedman)

      Create a meaningful day!
      - Ora
    • Ora K
      In the merit of this learning may Meira bat Vita Rosa and Devorah bat Meira each be blessed with complete health, happiness, and only revealed good.  I When
      Message 2 of 4 , May 7, 2013
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        In the merit of this learning may Meira bat Vita Rosa and Devorah bat Meira each be blessed with complete health, happiness, and only revealed good. 

        I
        When someone says something about someone else, it should not be repeated  to the person being spoken about or to others. This is considered rechilut. 

        II 
        Why shouldn't it be repeated?
        a) By publicizing the comment it will eventually get back to the person being spoken about and will cause tremendous pain to them knowing that others are speaking about them. 
        b) By repeating the comment the speaker is essentially saying that that someone else (namely the original speaker) has spoken negatively and putting the speaker in a bad light.  
        c) By repeating the comment the speaker is speaking lashon hara as well. 

        (Purity of Speech by C.T. Friedman)

        Create a meaningful day!
        - Ora
      • Ora K
        In the merit of this learning may Haanoch Aharon ben Chana be blessed with complete health, happiness and only revealed good. May he merit his zivug hagun
        Message 3 of 4 , May 27, 2014
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          In the merit of this learning may Haanoch Aharon ben Chana be blessed with complete health, happiness and only revealed good. May he merit his zivug hagun v'nachon, at the right time with clarity and with joy. 

          I
          When someone says something about someone else, it should not be repeated  to the person being spoken about or to others. This is considered rechilut. 

          II 
          Why shouldn't it be repeated?
          a) By publicizing the comment it will eventually get back to the person being spoken about and will cause tremendous pain to them knowing that others are speaking about them. 
          b) By repeating the comment the speaker is essentially saying that that someone else (namely the original speaker) has spoken negatively and putting the speaker in a bad light.  
          c) By repeating the comment the speaker is speaking lashon hara as well. 

          (Purity of Speech by C.T. Friedman)

          Create a meaningful day!
          - Ora



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