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Mr. Bean wrote:Pls. explain to me.
Dec 1-2/10 says one is allowed to wrap a towel around one’s waist in order to avoid the nuisance of a cactus. Then again Dec 13-2/2 says one is NOT allowed to wrap a towel around one’s knees in order to avoid the nuisance of getting one’s knees wet. Where’s the difference here?
Doug wrote:The second case is about building a stance as prohibited by 13-3, not protecting oneself against the wet.
It is analogous to piling up some earth or placing a stone in order to level your stance.
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