The Laws and Parameters of Interpersonal Mitzvos
- Are we required – or even permitted – to visit a patient with a contagious disease?
- If one does not want to lend a friend money, can he say, “I don’t have any to lend right now”?
- Is it permitted to ask people closer to the front of the line to cut ahead of them?
- Must one give money to every person who asks for tzedakah?
- How far does one have to go to donate an organ to a patient in need?
In The Making of a Mentsch, these questions and many more are addressed clearly and thoroughly with extensive footnotes, highlighting the importance and significance of mitzvos bein adam l’chaveiro in the Torah and rabbinic literature. In addition, it shows how halachic authorities analyze and probe these mitzvos with the same rigor and attention as mitzvos bein adam l’Makom.
Discover anew the interpersonal mitzvos we encounter in our lives every single day!
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Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg
“The sefer sensitizes us to many mitzvos bein adam l’chaveiro we can fulfill in our daily lives, including in areas of business, commerce, appropriate speech, and many other important mitzvos.”
Rabbi Eliyahu Brudny
“We owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to Harav Walter for writing a book making us aware of many of these situations, collecting the halachos relevant, and offering practical guidance.”
Rabbi Ahron Lopiansky
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Rabbi Matisyahu Deutsch
Author: Rabbi Moshe Walter serves as the Rav of Woodside Synagogue Ahavas Torah and is the executive director of the Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington.
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