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==The Weekly Halachic Analysis==
==Summary of the Daily Halacha's==
# One shouldn't answer [[Amen]] louder than the Bracha itself unless one The Gemara notes that there is doing so an apparent contradiction between two pesukim in order Tehillim. On one hand, the pasuk says that Hashem owns the world, yet, the other pasuk describes how the land was given to motivate others manking. Chazal explain that indeed, everything belongs to answer [[Amen]]Hashem, but once a person recites a bracha over a certain worldly pleasure, he acquires it.<ref>Gemara [[Brachot]] 45a, Shulchan Aruch 124:12, Mishna Brurah 124:4735a</ref># If one hears two BerachatChazal, therefore, one should answer instituted a series of [[Amenbrachot]] VeAmen rather than to be recited every morning, each blessing corresponding to another of the various worldly benefits and pleasures. # Many poskim rule that while reciting [[AmenBirchot HaShachar]] , the morning [[AmenBerachos]], and while reciting blessing of praise or thanks, one does not need to stand. Others recommend standing.<ref>Mishna Brurah 124:25</ref># Some say that this only applies if it will not detract from one should answer 's concentration.<ref>Pri Megadim (Peticha LeHilchot [[AmenBrachot]] to a bracha one heard over the phone<Ref>Rav Moshe Feinstein (Igrot Moshe 4#18 and M"Z 432:913, Halichot Shlomo ch. 20, Teshuvot VeHanhagot 2:4)37</ref> # When hearing In Talmudic times each of the words Baruch Atta Hashem, one should answer "Baruch Hu UBaruch Shemo". The Chazzan should pause to give [[Birchot HaShachar]] were recited when the congregation a chance to respond "Baruch Hu UBaruch Shemo". # particular benefit for which it was composed occurred: One should not say "Baruch Hu UBaruch Shemo" would open his eyes and recite the blessing Poke'ach Ivrim; when one intends to fulfill an obligation by listen to someone else's bracha and would sit up he would say, [[Matir]] Asurim; etc. Nowadays, because of a concern of unclean hands when spoken interruptions are prohibited such as reciting the [[Pesukei DeZimrahblessings]] and , as well as the prevalence of those without sufficient knowledge of Halacha, we recite all the [[Birchot Kriyat ShemaBrachot]]at one time, after preparing oneself for Teffilah. <ref>S"A 124Shulchan Aruch 46:51-2, Mishna Brurah 124Aruch HaShulchan 46:219</ref># In three of the [[Birchot HaShachar]], 22we thank Hashem for not making us a non-Jew, Maharam Shik 51who isn't obligated in any mitzvot or a slave who is limited in the mitzvot he is obligated in. Men also recite a bracha thanking Hashem for not being created a woman who is not as obligated as men in certain mitzvot. At this time, Igrot Moshe 2women also affirm their unique status in Judaism and recite SheAsani Kirsono.<ref>Tur and Shulchan Aruch 46:944</ref>

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