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1. The wife of On, the son of Peles, saved her husband by uncovering her hair while sitting at the entrance of their tent.
2. Korach's wife instigated his rebellion against Moshe.
3. The members of the assemblage of Korach were all prominent people.
4. It is forbidden to uphold a Machlokes.
5. Arguing with one's Rebbi is regarded in the same light as arguing with the Shechinah.
6. Yosef hid three treasures in Egypt.
7. The sun and moon said before Hashem, "If You do not do justice for Moshe, we will refuse to shine!"
8. Rebbi Akiva maintains that the ten Shevatim will not return from their exile in the End of Days. Rebbi Eliezer disagrees.
9. Rebbi Akiva maintains that the ten exiled Shevatim will not have a share in the World to Come. Rebbi Shimon and Rebbi disagree.
10. Raban Gamliel holds that children of the very wicked who passed away young, have no share in the World to Come. Rebbi Akiva disagrees.
11. There is a disagreement regarding the age from which a child merits to receive a portion in the World to Come.


1. The assemblage of Korach were holy, and when they saw that her hair was uncovered they turned back.
2. She said to Korach, "Look what Moshe is doing: he is king, he made his brother into the Kohen Gadol and his nephews into Seganei Kehunah. In addition, the Terumah is given to them and they take Terumas Ma'aser from the Ma'aser which you receive."
3. They knew the wisdom of Ibur ha'Shanah and Kidush ha'Chodesh, and their names were known throughout the entire world.
4. Rav says that a person who upholds a dispute transgresses a Lav. Rebbi Ashi says he is deserving of the affliction of Tzara'as.
5. One who challenges the authority of his Rebbi, or complains about him, or thinks badly of him, is regarded as though he did the same with the Shechinah.
6. One treasure was revealed to Korach, another was revealed to Antoninus. The third treasure remains hidden for the Tzadikim in the next world.
7. Hashem said, "You do not protest for My honor when the kings in the east and the west bow down to the sun, yet for the honor of a mortal man you protest!"
8. Rebbi Eliezer says that just as the day turns dark and becomes light again, so it will once again be light for the ten Shevatim who are now enshrouded in darkness.
9. Rebbi learns that the ten Shevatim have a share in the World to Come. Rebbi Shimon says that if they do Teshuvah, they will have a share in the World to Come.
10. Raban Gamliel says that the verse states that the Resha'im will be uprooted completely without a trace, and consequently their young children will die. Rebbi Akiva says that even though their fathers were Resha'im, the young children did not sin, and thus they will have a share in the World to Come. When the verse states that the Resha'im will be uprooted, it is teaching that they will not have a trace of reward in the World to Come. Even their most trivial Mitzvos will be rewarded in this world in order that they not receive any reward in the World to Come.
11. One opinion maintains that as soon as a child is born, he merits a share in the World to Come. Another opinion says that he merits the World to Come when he starts talking. Ravina says he merits when he is conceived, and Rebbi Nachman bar Yitzchak says he merits as soon as he has a Bris Milah.

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