POINT BY POINT SUMMARY
by Rabbi Ephraim Becker
Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Yerushalayim
Rosh Kollel: Rabbi Mordecai Kornfeld
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1) RAV PAPA'S QUESTIONS ABOUT KEMITZAH AND CHAFINAH (cont'd)
(a) Question: Would the Keli Shares be Mekadesh if he stuck the
Kometz to its inner walls (fulfilling Toch) or must it fall
to the bottom (a proper Hanachah)?
(b) Answer: Teiku.
(c) Question (Mar b. R. Ashi): What if he turned over the Keli
Shares and stuck the Kometz into its base (a proper Hanachah
but not Toch?
(d) Answer: Teiku.
(e) Question: Is the Chafinah a heaping or level hands-full?
(f) Answer: The Beraisa teaches that it is in between.
(g) Question (after citing the Halachos of collecting and
spilling blood and their sources R. Papa asks): If the
Ketores spilled on the floor from the Melo Chafnav:
1. Do we say that his hand is like the neck of the animal
(and the Ketores would be Pesulah like the blood which
spilled from the animal's neck) or;
(h) Answer: Teiku.
2. Are his hands like a Keli Shares and the Ketores is not
(i) Question: If he thought (as he did the Chafinah) to be
Maktir the Ketores the next day, do we learn from Melo to
connect it to the Minchah or not?
(j) Answer: We see from R. Akiva's addition to the Mishnah in
Ediyos that since Lina creates a Pesul, so, too, Machshavah.
(k) Question: Is the Chatiyah of the coals an Avodah, such that
a Machshavah could make it Pigul, or is a Machshir not
considered like the Mitzvah itself?
2) R. SHESHES AND HOLACHAH WITH THE LEFT HAND
(l) Answer: Teiku.
(a) Question (asked of R. Sheshes): What if the Holachah of the
blood of a Korban is performed with the left hand?
(b) Answer: We see from our Mishnah (where the Kaf is carried in
his left hand) that carrying with the left is Kosher.
1. Question: Why didn't R. Sheshes learn directly from the
Mishnah in Tamid where Holachah (of the Eivarim) is
done with the left hand?
2. Answer: We might have differentiated since the Eivarim
are not integral to the Kaparah as the Zerikah (and its
associated Holachah) are.