Halajá paraviernes 26 Tevet 5782 diciembre 30 2021

ÉSTA HALAJÁ SE EDITA PARA LA ELEVACIÓN DEL ALMA DE

HAJAM YOM TOV YEDID HALEVY BEN ZAKIE Z"L

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LAVADO DE MANOS –Continuaciòn-

Como hemos visto en la entrega anterior, la persona que se corta las uñas debe, posteriormente, lavarse las manos, Asimismo el Shuljan Aruj enumera una cantidad de acciones que ameritan el lavado de manos. Veremos a continuación si este lavado es preciso realizarlo como se hace el de la mañana –netila yadaim con jarro y tres veces- o es suficiente un simple lavado de manos.

El motivo del lavado de manos tras cortarse las uñas es debido a la impureza que se impregna de la persona tras esta acciòn. Similar a la impureza que afecta a la persona tras levantarse de su sueño. Sin embargo, los sabios de la Cabalà, entre ellos R. Yosef Hayim z”l en su obra Ben Ish Hay (Toledot) escriben que en este caso la impureza no es tan fuerte como la de la mañana, sino una simple reminiscencia.

Por lo tanto, escribe el citado Ben Ish Hay, y suscribe su opinión Rabì Ovadia Yosef, Shlit”a, que no es necesario lavarse las manos tres veces ni tampoco utilizar un jarro sino simplemente lavarse las manos en el grifo de agua. Segùn la Cabalà, si las uñas sobrepasan el borde de la carne del dedo, deberà realizar la “netilà” tres veces y con un jarro, como en la mañana.

De todas formas, es apropiado enjuagarse las manos tres veces aùn cuando no utilice un jarro, como escribimos oportunamente para el lavado de manos tras salir del baño de h hacer las necesidades fisiològicas. En estos casos serà suficiente con lavarse las manos  tres veces bajo el grifo de agua.

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