#95

There will be many situations when you tell me something in confidence and I reveal it, not only have I potentially violated מגלה סוד, revealing a secret, I also have potentially spoken lashon hara. Let’s imagine for a minute that

#94

If you reveal something to me and I divulge that, I allow people to know against your will, that’s called מגלה סוד, a violation of your trust, and it’s forbidden to do. In addition, explains the Chafetz Chaim, there will

#93

If I know that you’re entering into a business deal or a shidduch with Reuven I’m allowed to tell you what I know about Reuven, that he’s a thief, or he’s not a reliable person, provided that I meet the

#92

If I know that you’re going to enter into a business deal or a shidduch with Reuven and I know Reuven is not a reliable person, specifically I know he’s a thief, I’m allowed to tell you, provided that I

#91

If I know that you’re going to enter into a business dealing or shidduch with Reuven and I know that Reuven is a thief, I’m allowed to tell you provided that I meet the five requirements. Number 1, I have

#90

If I know that you’re entering into a business deal with Rueven and I know that Reuven is not scrupulous, I’m allowed to and I’m obligated to tell you, provided that I meet the five criteria. The first criteria is

#89

If I see you entering into a business dealing with Reuven and in fact I know Reuven is a thief, I’m allowed to and I’m obligated to tell you that fact, provided that I meet the five criteria. The first

#88

If I see that you are going to enter into a business dealing with Reuven and I know for a fact that this situation is going to be bad for you, I’m allowed to and I’m obligated to tell you

#87

There are many situations when I am obligated to say over things that people have tried to do to you and there’s a specific mitzvah to do it. For instance, explains the Chafetz Chaim, let’s assume that I see that

#86

As it’s forbidden to speak rechilus to a Jew, surely it’s forbidden to speak rechilus to a gentile. Explains the Chafetz Chaim, let’s say I go over to someone, whether a co-worker of mine or someone I do business with