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Yes, I know that there are baggy pants out there that are far more modest than skin-tight skirts, to which I will respond that skin-tight skirts do not meet the traditional Jewish definition of modesty either!
Now there are some rabbis in the Modern Orthodox community who believe that very baggy pants can meet MC Hammer kind.
The lowest is the life-force humans share with the animal kingdom, and this enters a person at conception.
However, the Godly soul, the spark of life which sets mankind apart from the animals, enters only on the 40th day from conception.
Yet elsewhere the Talmud states that the soul enters the body on the 40th day from conception (Menachot 99b).
This discrepancy is based on the fact that there are multiple levels to the human soul.
But there are other opinions out there more to the right of me and more to the left.
For more specific information and textual sources, please consult your LOR – local Orthodox rabbi.) While skirts are not mentioned in the Talmud in its discussions of modesty, Jewish women, as a community (at a certain point in time) decided to wear them exclusively in an effort to be more modest.
A nice short video introduction to orthodox jewish lifestyle Honestly spoken, in order to explain well the Orthodox Jewish Culture, you must first know that there are various sects within Orthodox Judaism, as their culture varies too. On the one hand they live like in the middle ages in their private family and community life.You might even confuse a Hasidic Orthodox Jew with an Amish person.There are differing statements in the Talmud regarding this.
The conclusion of Talmud Sanhedrin (91b) is that the fetus is given a soul immediately upon conception.
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