Audio by Dr. Michael Sokolow
A live coal is [restricted to the same limits] as its owner, but a flame
can be taken anywhere. One incurs a trespass-offering in respect of a
live coal of hekdesh; but as for a flame [of hekdesh], one may neither
benefit from it, nor incur a trespass-offering. If one carries out a
live coal into public ground [on a Sabbath] He is culpable, but [if he
does the same] with a flame he is exempt.
[The water from] a private well is [restricted to the same limits] as its owner; and [the water from a well] belonging to the inhabitants of that town is [restricted to the same limits] as the people of that town; and [the water from a well] belonging to those who returned from Babylon is [restricted to the same limits] as the one that draws.
הגחלת כרגלי הבעלים, והשלהבת ככל מקום׃ הגחלת של הקדש, מועלין בה; והשלהבת, לא נהנין ולא מועלין׃ בור של יחיד, כרגלי היחיד; ושל אנשי העיר, כרגלי אנשי אותה העיר; ושל עולי בבל, כרגלי הממלא
|If one has his produce in another town, the inhabitants of which have made an erub in order to bring to him some of his produce, they may not bring it to him; but if he himself made an erub, his produce is like himself.||
מי שהיו פירותיו בעיר אחרת, ועירבו בני אותה העיר לבוא אצלו-- לא יביאו לו מפירותיו; ואם עירב, הרי פירותיו כמוהו
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