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448. Laws of Rechilus II
We continue studying the laws of rechilus, which involve causing animosity between individuals.
447. Laws of Rechilus
We begin studying the laws of rechilus, which involve causing animosity between individuals.
This is an important message for anyone who listens to the podcast.
446. Beware the danger
Even when someone is saying Lashon Hara for a constructive purpose, he must beware, because it is so easy to make a mistake!
445. Review of conditions
We review the seven conditions necessary to tell over something negative for a constructive purpose.
444. More on constructive speech IV
We continue discussing circumstances which constitute constructive speech.
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