Jul 252016

One difference between the wording of the ten commandments in the book of shmot and the book of devarim is discussed – why the word “good” appears in the context of the commandment to respect your parents appears only in devraim (“so that it will be good for you”).  From here, the gemara discusses things one sees in one’s dreams that are a sign of good things to come.   The gemara then goes back to the topic discusses in the mishna about crossbreeding or coworking two animals that are from the same species but not the same type.  The sixth chapter begins with laws regarding one who watched his animal properly but the animal got out and ate of trampled a field.  The gemara connects it back to an argument we saw earlier about what level of watching is needed for an animal who gored three times (shor muad) – would the same apply here for eating an trampling as all animals are considered muad for that behavior as it is expected, or is there a difference?

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