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1:28 AM
@Yitzchak Can you source that? (@AdamMosheh Why isn't this discussion happening on the main site?)
 
 
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5:08 AM
Neither of the answers here seem to address the question.
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Q: Honor parents who want you to violate halacha?

DanielSuppose a parent feels very strongly against a certain aspect of halacha. For example, suppose a parent feels very offended by mechitzas at a wedding. What would be an appropriate way to follow halacha--in our example, by having a mechitza for the dancing at the wedding--while maintaining shalom ...

The question is not "Must I follow my parents or halacha?" Rather, the question is "
What would be an appropriate way to follow halacha while maintaining shalom bayit and kibbud av v'eim?"
I suppose ba's answer does sort of address it, in an incidental way.
 
@HodofHod Yeah: I'd noticed that.
 
@msh210 It could be because the actual sentence containing the question (the last one) is a little hard to parse. I'll fix that.
 
@HodofHod Thanks.
 
@msh210 Better, I hope.
 
5:24 AM
@HodofHod I think so. Y'yasher kochacha.
 
:)
 
 
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3:37 PM
@msh210 Presumably the same people who said we could change the minhag to allow for multiple people saying kaddish together. — Double AA 9 hours ago
^ @DoubleAA, they could have instituted a reduction of multiplicity, sure, but any evidence that they did so?
 
@msh210 (Do you mean multiplicity in terms of number of kadeishim or number of kaddish-sayers?)
 
@DoubleAA kadeishim
 
@msh210 Ok. I have no evidence of such, but I also have no evidence that there was ever an enactment allowing for multiple kaddish-sayers. So if it is just the people taking on a different psak (how/if they're allowed to do that is a separate discussion), why not have them take on the other psak in its entirety?
 
4:53 PM
@DoubleAA Just to clarify 'have no evidence' is not a neutral 'have' but a 'tried and can't find any'.
 
@DoubleAA If by "other p'sak" you mean multiple people's saying it simultaneously, and "other p'sak in its entirety" you mean multiple people's saying it simultaneously and a reduction in the number of kaddishes, then do you have any evidence that the whatever p'sak allows for multiple simultaneous kadish-sayers also "in its entirety" calls for a reduction in the number kaddishes?
 

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