Regarding Kabbalism: I'm sick of people in yeshiva standing at the sink while they raise their hands and meditate over their netilat yadayim (I call it their "woo-woo-woo").
Move out of the way and let me wash, and you can meditate off to the side! Netilat yadayim and Kabbalah, even when combined, do not permit gross violations of derech eretz.
If they're going to meditate and block me from the sink, they could at least turn the tap on while they contemplate the Neoplatonic metaphysical adaption of Ptolemaic astronomical heavenly spheres, so that by the time they finish unifying the G-dhead via their metaphysical speculations, the washing cup will be full, and I can wash straight-away.
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