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|Written by Michael|
|Thursday, 21 September 2006|
You people must be crazy! Hasn't the Torah forbade enough things that you come and add more? A man can have sex with his wife any time he wants as long as she is not in her menstrual cycle, day or night, seven days a week. Having sex once a week on Sabbath night (see guideline 16 ) might be OK for holy tzaddikim, but not for normal people.
You are right that having sex once a week on Sabbath (Friday) night is an ideal for all those who want to sanctify themselves with a special holiness. The Torah understands that people have different natures and aspirations, and thus does not forbid marital relations during the week. But in all cases, a man should strive to perform his marital duty in holiness and not out of lust for personal enjoyment alone.
In his book, "Darke Tahara," former Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Mordechi Eliahu, Shlita, writes:
And Rabbi Eliahu continues:
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