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Maimonides teaches that the reason the Torah forbade the destruction of the beard is because shaving was a practice of ancient idol-worshippers.
Before you criticize, ask yourself if it really matters in the long run. Are you better off letting things slide?
You can just see it written on their faces as they purposefully wheel suitcases down the terminal . . .
The people had forsaken G‑d, and instead directed their devotion to the vanities of idolatry . . .
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