Infinite Worth

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  1. I plan to read this more carefully over Shabbes, but it reminds me of the story the Pnei Yehoshua tells in his introduction. He and his family were in a building that collapsed and burned, and people came to save whoever they could, and they killed more by their attempts than they saved, but, as he says, “ee efshar b’lav hachi.” I’m not sure what he means by that, but I do know that when choosing who to save, several poskim say that you do a goral, i.e., flip a coin.

  2. Raffi says:

    Hey – would you elaborate on your intriguing definition of darkhei shalom as “walking the path of He Who makes peace”?

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