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Supposed a married man’s wife wants him to spend time with her and his failure to do so could threaten the well-being of his marriage to her. At the same time, one or both of his parents want him to devote his attention to them to have their pressing needs met. He can only please one or the other. The scenario comes up suddenly and there is no time to ask a rabbi the moment it happens. Who is the man supposed to give priority to?

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With regard to OC"H 240 4 would it be permitted to look through a mirror or picture. By regular ervah the issur is based on hirhur and I would understand that it would be prohibited. However one may definitely think of this place, would there still be a issur? If you can give a source for your answer I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you, Theodore

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My wife, who is not Jewish, has said she will convert, but for my benefit. Not because it is important for her. Why am I so adamant that she want it for herself?

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Does a Jew fast during his/her marriage? I am asking because I have no idea about it.

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According to Judaism, do the bride and groom fast during the day of the marriage or one day before the marriage?