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PESACHIM 102 (1 Iyar) - Dedicated by Ari Friedman and family of Lawrence, N.Y., l'Iluy Nishmas Ari's father, Reb Yakov Yosef ben Rav Nosson Neta Z'L Friedman in honor of his first Yahrzeit. Jack Friedman exemplified true Ahavas Yisrael and Ahavas Chesed; may he be a Melitz Yosher for his children and grandchildren and for all of Klal Israel.
1. The Beraisa discusses the Halachah when people interrupt a meal briefly in order to go pray.
2. Rav Yehudah qualifies the Beraisa's statement.
3. There is a dispute about what one does if he is in the middle of a meal when Shabbos arrives.
4. The Gemara explains why all agree that the same cup of wine may not be used for both Kidush and Birkas ha'Mazon.
5. The Gemara qualifies that this law (#4) applies only to things that are not similar (such as Kidush and Birkas ha'Mazon).
A BIT MORE
1. The Beraisa says that they do not have to make a blessing before leaving their meal, nor do they have to recite a blessing before they eat when they come back.
2. Rav Yehudah says that the Beraisa refers only to a case where some of the diners remain at the meal. If everyone left in order to pray, then they indeed must recite a blessing before they leave.
3. Rebbi Yehudah: He must stop his meal immediately and recite Kidush over a cup of wine, and then recite Birkas ha'Mazon over a second cup of wine. Rebbi Yosi: He may finish eating, recite Birkas ha'Mazon over a cup of wine, and then recite Kidush over a second cup of wine.
4. This is because of the principle that one should not do multiple Mitzvos with the same item (as doing so diminishes the respect due to the Mitzvah).
5. However, Kidush and Havdalah may be said over the same cup of wine on Yom Tov that falls on Motza'i Shabbos.
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