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Beitzah 30

In today’s Daf Yomi page, how to tell your friends they’re wrong

September 30, 2021

Today’s Daf Yomi page, Beitzah 30, offers an emphatic but a bit strange exhortation: Don’t tell your friends when they’re in the wrong, because they might not change their ways. Did the rabbis really mean that you shouldn’t ever try to help your loved ones grow and improve?

Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin returns to shed light on this question and deliver a teaching about seeing the potential in everyone that is as relevant today as it has ever been.

What is the one essential quality a leader of the Jewish people must have? Listen and find out.

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