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Ancient custom: How did they manage to cure a sick person? - Walla! Judaism

2021-07-30T08:57:21.252Z

He who curses brings evil to the world, and that evil must be caught in someone or something. If he is not caught in our enemies, he may return to us. So what would have been done in the past to overcome this? Rabbi Josiah Pinto explained the Parshas Hashavua, Parshas Akev and the promise of Gd that whoever keeps the Torah and the Mitzvos will not be seriously ill



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Ancient custom: How did they manage to cure a sick person?

He who curses brings evil to the world, and that evil must be caught in someone or something.

If he is not caught in our enemies, he may return to us.

So what would have been done in the past to overcome this?

Rabbi Josiah Pinto explained the Parshas Hashavua, Parshas Akev and the promise of Gd that whoever keeps the Torah and the Mitzvos will not be seriously ill

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Thursday, 29 July 2021, 08:25 Updated: 08:28

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This coming Shabbat, the Parshas Akev will be recited in the synagogue, in which HaKadosh Baruch promises that whoever keeps the Torah and the mitzvos will not fall ill with serious illnesses. The Admor Rabbi Josiah Pinto, head of the patriarchs of the courts in Morocco, elaborated in his book on the subject and explained:



In the Torah portion of the week, the Holy Torah says, " The diseases and all the bad things that were in Egypt will not be in us and say they will be in all our haters. We must make it difficult - it is enough to say that we will not have all the diseases and all the hard things, that God will save and save us from all the hard things that were on the Egyptians, our main thing will be good. ?



But perhaps it is possible to clarify and say a great element. Rabbeinu Rashash corrected in the prayer of the holy days to say twelve times against the twelfth month of the year "Forever the Lord your word stands in heaven" (Psalms Kit, Pet) That evil will never descend. If God forbid it is written to the world that some disease will go down, this disease must be caught in someone and if it is not caught in someone bad, it is caught in someone good.



Therefore, one should beware of cursing and not cursing neither the haters nor the enemies, because once man curses, he brings down evil to the world and if that evil at that moment is not caught in the hater of man, he can be caught again in someone whom man loves.

An evil that descends into the world must be caught in something and if not caught, it remains wandering in the world until it is caught in someone for better or worse.

Therefore pray to Gd that He will leave evil in heaven and not bring it down for neither good nor evil, because as soon as evil descends into the land the Gentile can evade evil and this evil will eventually come upon someone good, so it is better that he stays in heaven and not descends to earth.

What to do with evil and disease?

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And our holy rabbis tell us and repentance and prayer and charity transgress the evil of the decree, we will come and be asked why it is said transgressors why is not said to nullify the evil of the decree? But there is no reality to cancel the decree altogether, but there is only a reality to move it from one place to another. Therefore man must be careful, because if he goes down badly he must be caught in the thing. The Mishnah says (Avot 3: 5) Rabbi Nachuniya ben HaKana says, everyone who receives it on Torah, passes from it on to kingship and on the way. If there is a yoke through a land just pass it on from the person to someone else. If there is a problem it must be caught in a certain thing, it will not be left without a solution so it is better that the evil never went down and did not go down and cause severe and severe damage that it is impossible to think about what it would do if it never went down.



So you also see when God said to Abraham, "naught Tslh Idc El Hnar and Al Tas to him Maomh" (Genesis V, L) Abraham was looking for something about it instead of Isaac "and Isa Abraham At deadlight and Ira and Hnh ram afterwards Nahz Bsbc Bkrnio and Ilc Abraham and Ikh At The ram will go up under his son. "Here, too, we will come and ask why Abraham made such an effort to bring a deer in place of Isaac, for God told him not to sacrifice his son and that was the end of it all, why did he seek something to sacrifice in place of his son, but our father Abraham knew that was the extent of the law to slaughter Isaac, then there must be something in this place but there will be something in this place, could be a major disaster.



and brought in the holy books about the early practice when he was a sick person in the family, they would go and sell gentile disease because if Descending bad world He must catch something,If you want to pass it on, sell it to a gentile or another person.



And the Gemara tells (Brachot Sab) that on Rabbi Elazar the degree of justice was tense and there was a snake in the sanctuary waiting to bite Rabbi Elazar when he entered to die. The Gemara says that a Gentile came and pushed Rabbi Elazar and took his place in the sanctuary and the serpent bit him and on that Gentile it is written to die in the place of Rabbi Elazar. If it is written badly he must be caught, so the person must always do good and strive never to get bad ever, because if he got bad bad something else must be caught in his place.



And this is what King David says, "Arumim, O Lord, for you have made me poor and you have not rejoiced in my enemies" (Psalms 2: 2). If there is a bad that needs to go down into the world it must be caught and transferred from good to bad to bad.

That is why the Holy Torah says, "And the LORD hath taken away from thee all the disease, and all the wickedness of the Egyptians, which thou knewest, that they would not put in thee;

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