Daf Yomi In Motion #58- Moed Katan Daf 28:
Today we’re going to learn Moed Katan Daf 28…
- About how Miriam died by the Nishika of Hashem like Moshe Rabbanue did.
- The Missa of Tzadikim is an atonement for the rest of Klal Israel.
- The punishment of Kurress applies to early deaths between the ages of 50 to 60 and to sudden deaths within four days of having fallen sick.
- Dying at age 52 is viewed positively because Shmuel HaNuvi died at that age.
- Long Life, Children and Wealth are determined by ones Mazal and not necessarily by ones Merit.
- A person has a good chance of receiving what he davans for.
- The pain and anguish that the Malach HaMaaves inflicts on people is greater than the actual pain of the Neshuma leaving the body.
- The Gemora cites cases of Tzadikim that bargained with the Malach HaMaaves and extended their lives a little bit.
- The Malach HaMaaves is not permitted to take someone that is involved in Torah Learning and therefore sometimes needs to distract a big Masmid from his learning in order to take them.
- The Gemora brings a new Mishna that discusses certain morning customs performed by women such as raising their voices in unison, banging on their bodies with their hands and ground stamping.
- The importance of giving others proper and honorable burial and how one is rewarded for this in that others will do the same for him.