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    New: Beard and Business

    Compiled by Rabbi Moshe Wiener, author of the sefer Hadras Ponim Zokon, a new publication has just been released, titled (in English translation): “Maintaining a Full Beard: Help or Hindrance to Financial Prosperity?” • Full Story

    A new publication has just been released, titled (in English translation): “Maintaining a Full Beard: Help or Hindrance to Financial Prosperity?”

    Citing the great luminaries of the various communities, both Litvish (e.g., the Chofetz Chaim), Sephardic (e.g., the Baba Sali) and Chassidic (e.g., the Kedushas Yom Tov), and quoting extensively from the Rebbe, this work authoritatively demonstrates that “If one lets his beard grow…he can certainly expect that Hashem will grant him a fitting marriage partner…Hashem will provide them with sustenance; they will merit to raise upright children; and he will experience a good life with the wife Hashem has designated for him” (the Chofetz Chaim).

    Furthermore, “since Hashem revealed in His holy Torah… that the beard represents the Thirteen Adornments of the Sublime Beard, the paths of mercy that convey all forms of influence…it is impossible that an increase in blessing will be the reason to withhold one’s livelihood, Heaven forbid” (the Rebbe).

    Moreover, “the thirteen fixtures of the beard, which correspond to the thirteen pathways of Divine Mercy…are the channels for one’s livelihood,” and, “as Chazal state, growing a beard draws down Hashem’s blessings to the entire family, materially and spiritually” (the Rebbe).

    Compiled by Rabbi Moshe Wiener, author of the sefer Hadras Ponim Zokon, this new work may be viewed by clicking here, and can be purchased at local sefarim stores.

    To arrange for personalized copies to distribute at a simchah as a teshurah, to sponsor the distribution of copies in Yeshivos and Kollelim, or to help enable an English translation, please contact hadrasponimzokon@gmail.com.

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    1. הדרת פנים

      Did Aahron a Kohen shave or fix is beard? Looks like Rashi says Mesaper im Chaverav, and not Mesaper ( cutting his beard ) however some authority’s do explain Mesaper, literally .

      Any comments ?

    2. Aharon HaKohen's Beard

      This is discussed at length in sefer Hadras Ponim Zokon, section III, chapter 4, footnote 188. Fourteen (14) perspectives are offered.

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