Rav Avigdor Miller on Love At First Sight, Medinas Yisroel and Shaking Hands In The Workplace

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Q:

Is there such thing as “love at first sight”? 

A:

Love at first sight is nothing more than two dogs meeting in the street. It’s an instinct, that’s all. It’s nothing more than the same instinct that you see when the male dog is barking on the street.
TAPE # 787

Q:

If I’m staying somewhere out of town for Shabbos and in the shul where I’m davening the Rabbi gets up and says the prayer for Medinas Yisroel. What should I do? Should I leave the shul for those few minutes? 

A:

Just look in a sefer at that time.

TAPE # 934

Q:

What is the Rav’s opinion about the peace treaty that Medinas Yisroel signed with the PLO? 

A:

This question was already asked here and therefore I prefer not to waste any more time on it. I think it’s an error but I won’t go into the details now and repeat it.

TAPE # 934

Q:

How does a frum businessman explain to a non-Jewish woman, why he cannot shake hands with her, without causing her to be insulted?

A:

When a woman extends her hand to you, so you say, “It’s a principle of mine – I only extend hands to an ugly woman. With pretty women I can’t shake hands.”
TAPE #843

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