(Though of course, the Sages will specify that their fence is rabbinic in nature, to avoid confusion with the Torah law.) As one example, the Torah says: "Do not boil a kid in it's mother's milk." On a Torah level, this only refers to meat from the three domesticated animals - cow, goat and sheep.

However, since people "intuitively" associate chicken as "meat," we also do not mix chicken and milk.

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No one can explain why adversity visited this young couple, but for whatever reason that it happened, they had already achieved enough strength to bear it.

Can we then say that people would be better off being less spiritual so that they would not be subjected to as much suffering?

(5b) The earth is full of the goodness of the Lord.

Blessed the nation whose God is the Lord, the people he has chosen as his heritage. Our soul is waiting for the Lord, He is our help and our shield, in him do our hearts find joy.

but what does love really mean, or should we say, what is love?

[5] Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time.

I sought the Lord, and he answered me from all my terrors he set me free.

Glorify the Lord with me, together let us praise his name.

When you reflect on life, you will see that many of the things that happen to a person are not inherently good or bad.

Rather, it is just a matter of how each person chooses to react to a given situation.

This "rabbinic fence" was accepted by the entire Jewish people as binding law.