Wednesday, October 24, 2012
More Questions Answered
Since I am one that topic of Halachah, I thought I would make one more attempt at answering Mr. Anonymous who insists that I am not answering him but avoiding him. Even though he had not been nice to me, the Torah tells me that I am required to help every person that I can and not just ignore them. The question about me saying not to do any particular Halachah is a very big misunderstanding. First of all, I have asked several times: what is the Halachah that you feel that I am violating? It can’t be that I am telling people not to vote, since there is no such Halachah. But, as I have said before, any Halachah that presents a danger is not to be done. A medical emergency, for instance, on the Shabbat allows me to make a phone call or even drive a car. To save a life it is considered a sin if I keep the Halachah instead of saving a life. In our case of voting, If the only candidates that I have available to vote for are evil man, I should avoid voting. My evidence of their evil ways I could write a book about. In other words, if there were such a Halachah that requires me to vote and the only candidates that are available have an agenda to kill me and my family, I am obligated not to vote. That is not me deciding Halachah, but following the ways of Hashem.
Posted by The Absolute Truth at 2:32 PM