# 2797 Bright And Early Shabbos II

Q. Thank you for the questions and answers which are very good.
My only comment is on the first one (2714), regarding summer days when the husband davens early Kabbolas Shabbos, if his wife have to abstain from doing melochos at that same time and light candles then, you wrote; “Igrois Moshe (O.H. 3: 28) rules that is the husband decides to attend an early minyan during the summer days out of convenience he does not impose Shabbos restrictions on his wife or other members of his family.
However, if he does so out of respect and acceptance to the kedusha of Shabbos, by adding an early Tosefes Shabbos, or out of concern not to be late and transgress Shabbos violations, it is seen as having accepted a minhag or tradition, that his wife has to follow.
Igrois Moshe argues that this is not the usual common case, since likely he does not do so in the short winter days, and it only reflects a desire of convenience. However, Shevet Halevy (7; 35) disagrees. See Piskei Teshuvos (263: 75). Horav Shlomo Miller’s Shlit’a opinion is to be lenient.”
My question is; Does Reb Shlomo hold that l’chatchila? Can a wife do melochos after her husband was mekabel Shabbos or rather rely on this b’mokom tzorech but no as a weekly practice?
A. Horav Shlomo Miller’s Shlit’a opinion is that on the onset, lechatchila, a wife should abstain from doing melochos once the husband attended an early minyan and accepted Shabbos.
Rabbi A. Bartfeld as advised by Horav Shlomo Miller, Horav Aharon Miller and Horav Yaakov Felder Shlit’a.

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