Rav Gershon Meltzer is a renowned and revered posek in Yeshivas Mir Yerushalayim, having studied there for about thirty years. He currently says approximately twenty shiurim a week, which encompass all areas of halacha and psak. This volume contains some of his shiurim on practical topics, and was prepared for print by a talmid R’ Eliezer Gutfreund.
Is one allowed to say the word “G-d?”
Is it permitted to talk in a bathroom?
Does one have to wash his hands after putting on tefillin?
What kavana should one have when davening or saying berachos?
Can one say elokai neshama after davening Shacharis?
May one give a baby bottle in the middle of the night without washing negel vasser?
May one play ball in shorts?
At what point does one transgress bal teshaktzu when holding himself in?
Is one obligated to avoid things which are kashe leshikcha?
Are men allowed to go horseback riding?
Should plaques be hung up in honor of donors?
Is it ever proper to get involved in controversy?
What are the ramifications of disgracing a talmid chacham?