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Nedarim 44

In today’s Talmud page, the origins of the three-day rule

December 8, 2022

Today’s Talmud page, Nedarim 44, may be the earliest recorded discussion of the three-day rule, made popular by romantic comedies everywhere. Why is it that we can wait three days, but no longer, before coming to our senses and doing the right thing? And how might’ve the Talmud inspired that other canonical text of wisdom, How I Met Your Mother? Listen and find out.

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Nedarim 44
In today's Talmud page, the origins of the three-day rule
December 08, 2022
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