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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rav Hanina[1] (or Hananiah,[1] sometimes spelled: Hananyah; Hebrew: רב חנינא or חנניא) was second and third generation Amora Sage of the Land of Israel.

Biography

He was a student of Rabbi Yannai[2] and R. Yochanan bar Nafcha.[3]

He was the scion of a family of great sages, and the brother of R. Hoshaiah Rabbah. Hoshaiah is once referred to as "Rabbi Hoshaiah bar Rabbi Hama",[4] which suggests that Hanina is the same as Hanina bar Hama, though other opinions suggest they were different individuals.

Hanina was a bachelor all his life, and together with his brother Hoshaiah sold shoes for prostitutes, and yet they did not raise their eyes to see them. Rava used to say that on these two brothers it is said that if a bachelor who lives in a city and does not sin, God declares him every day.[5]

Several stories indicate that he had extensive medical knowledge.[6]

R. Yochanan bar Nafcha wanted to ordain him a Rabbi but failed, until R. Hanina explained to him that he is a descendant of the house of Eli the priest, on whom upon a curse was uttered:[7] " and there shall not be an elder in thy house for ever". A curse that is aimed in its biblical sense, "an elder" – a Rabbi – a descendant of Eli.[8]

Quotes

  • No man can hurt his finger in this terrestrial world, unless it were first decreed upon him in the celestial world.[9]
  • Never let the blessing of a commoner be esteemed a light thing in thy sight.[10]

References

  1. ^ a b "Hoshaiah". JewishEncyclopedia.com. Retrieved 2014-06-29.
  2. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Ketubot 56a
  3. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Yebamot 58b; Kiddushin 60a
  4. ^ Yerushalmi Sukkah 4:2
  5. ^ Pesachim 113b
  6. ^ Rashi to Chullin 7b
  7. ^ I Samuel, 2:32
  8. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 14a
  9. ^ Hullin 7b
  10. ^ Megillah 15a


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