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Weekly Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 22

December 9, 2021; Teves 5, 5782

Halacha – Jewish Law Speaking Definitively When One Is Uncertain A person should not say something with certainty unless he is certain that it is true. Rather, one should accustom oneself to say, “I think…”, “If I am

not mistaken…”, or “If my memory serves me correctly”.

As the Gemara (Berachos 4a) says, “A person should accustom oneself to

say he does not know lest he becomes entangled in deceit...”



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