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==Summary of the Daily Halacha's==
# Chazal viewed There are four common mistakes when responding אמן. ## One must make sure pronounce the recitation kamatz under the Aleph of [[Amen]] very highly. In fact, Chazal tell us that responding otherwise it is considered an [[Amen]] is of greater significance than reciting the BerachaChatufa. The failure to recite Additionally, [[Amen]] is considered a gross transgression, while responding Chatufa includes when someone responds [[Amen]] with great concentration opens before the gates of Gan Edenbracha has been completed. <ref>Gemara [[Brachot]] 53bS"A 124:8, Chaye Adam (Klal 6Biur Halacha 124:1), Gemara [[Shabbat]] 119b, Rashi [[Shabbat]] 119b 8 s.v. BeCholKriyat</ref># The letters of [[Amen]] are # One should ensure to pronounce the root letters nun of the word Emunah, belief or trust. By responding [[Amen]] one declares: "I believe in the bracha that I have just heard and I affirm its truth." Additionally, when responding otherwise it is considered an [[Amen]] one should have in mind the beginning of the Bracha, "Baruch Atta Hashem", that Hashem's name is BlessedKatufa. <ref>Shulchan Aruch S"A 124:68, Mishna Brurah Biur Halacha 124:248 s.v. Kriyat</ref>## One should be sure to answer [[Amen]] to any blessing one hears whether he wishes to fulfill an obligation or notslowly. Moreover, the obligation to respond One's [[Amenamen]] even applies should take as long as it would normally take to a Bracha that does say El Melech Neeman, but not contain Hashem's Name, such as answering to a Mi Sheberach or HaRachamanoverly protracted. <ref>Shulchan Aruch S"A 124:68, 189Mishna Brurah 124:536, 215:9 [[Brachot]] 47a</ref># The proper intention of the word # If one didn't hear a bracha, one shouldn't answer [[Amen]] changes with the Bracha. When , otherwise it would be considered an [[answering AmenYetoma]] to [[Birchot HaMitzvah]] or [[Birchot HaNehenin]], . If onedidn's intention should be to affirm t hear the truth of the Bracha and his belief in it. When answering to Birchot HaShevachbracha, but knows what bracha/Kaddish is being said, one should have may in mind that he is affirming the truth of that praise. When responding fact answer [[Amen]] . However, if one is attempting to Tefillot onefulfill an obligation with someone else's bracha, but did not actually hear the whole bracha, one can answer [[Amenamen]] should be a request of Hashem to even though he will not fulfill that [[prayer]]his obligation. <ref>Shulchan Aruch Mishna Brurah 124:631 and 124:34, Mishna Brurah S"A 124:258</ref># When reciting According to Ashkenazim, one should not respond [[KiddushAmen]] to one's own bracha. If, after making a bracha on Friday nightfood, one answered [[Amen]] to one's own bracha, we say the words "ויהי ערב ויהי בקר" quietly before saying "יום הששי"it is considered a [[Hefsek]]. In truthAlso, ויהי ערב is actually if someone else made the second part of same bracha at the Passuk which precedes יום הששי. We don’t say those words out loud same time that he did, he should not respond [[Amen]] because the first letters of יום הששי ויכלו השמים form the name of Hashemit sounds like he is responding [[Amen]] to his own bracha.<ref>Rama 271S"A 215:101, Levush 271Mishna Brurah 215:10, Aruch HaShulchan 2711 and 51:25, Chatom Sofer OC 103</ref>
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