Laws jewish widows dating
The 24 months is counted beginning from the day after birth of the child.
On the 91: The Gemara ibid suggests several reasons for this prohibition, the common denominator of all the reasons is because it can jeopardize the safety of the child: The following are the reasons mentioned: a) If she becomes pregnant again from the second husband during her current pregnancy it could mutate and injure the child of the first pregnancy.
The 90 days are counted beginning from the day after the divorce or death of the husband.
The unease can affect one's ability to remarry even years after the death.
It is odd that many people are more likely to question a marriage following the death of a spouse than one following a divorce.
One who cannot recognize his mistakes and learn from them is bound to repeat them.
This common-sense observation falls into the general ambit of "Love your fellow Jew as yourself " (Levitcus ), which is Talmudically understood as the obligation to engage in the type of activity that will enhance the viability of an impending marriage.