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==Summary of the Daily Halacha's==
# One shouldnThere is an apparent contradiction. On one hand we are told that Hashem owns the world, as the Passuk states, "לה't answer [[Amen]] louder than הארץ ומלואה" To Hashem belongs the Bracha itself unless one earth and all that is doing so in order it (Tehillim 24:1), and at the same time we are told that the earth was given to us: "השמים שמים לה' והארץ נתן לבני אדם" The heaven belongs to motivate others Hashem but the earth He has given to answer [[Amen]]mankind. Chazal reconcile this; indeed, everything belongs to Hashem, but once a person recites a blessing, he acquires ownership. Chazal therefore instituted a series of blessing to be recited every morning, each blessing corresponding to another of the various benefits and pleasures that one is granted in this world.<ref>Gemara [[BrachotBerachos]] 45a, Shulchan Aruch 124:12, Mishna Brurah 124:4735a</ref># If one hears two BerachatMany poskim rule that while reciting ברכות השחר, one should answer the morning [[Amen]] VeAmen rather than [[Amen]] [[AmenBerachos]], and while reciting blessing of praise or thanks, one does not need to stand. Others recommend standing. Some say that this only applies if it will not detract from one's concentration.<ref>Mishna Brurah 124פרמ"ג פתיחה להל ברכות אות יח, פסח תלב משב"ז ס"ק ג, הליכות שלמה פ"כ, תשובות והנהגות ב:25לז</ref># Some In Talmudic times each of the morning [[blessings]] was recited at the moment the particular benefit for which it was composed occurred: One would open his eyes and recite the blessing פוקח עורים; when one would sit up he would say that one should answer , מתיר אסורים; etc. Nowadays, because of a concern of unclean hands when reciting the [[blessings]], as well as the prevalence of those without sufficient knowledge of Halacha, we recite all the [[AmenBerachos]] to a bracha at one heard over the phonetime, after preparing oneself for Teffilah. <Refref>Rav Moshe Feinstein (Igrot Moshe 4ש"ע מו:91א-ב, ערה"ש מו:4)ט</ref> # When hearing In the words Baruch Atta second to fourth [[Berachos]] of Bircas Hashachar, we thank Hashemfor not making us a gentile who isn't obligated in any mitzvos, one should answer "Baruch Hu UBaruch Shemo". The Chazzan should pause to give nor a slave who is limited in the congregation Mitzvos he performs, nor a chance to respond "Baruch Hu UBaruch Shemo"woman who is not as obligated as men in certain Mitzvos. # One should not say "Baruch Hu UBaruch Shemo" when one intends to fulfill an obligation by listen to someone else's bracha and when spoken interruptions Thus we are prohibited such as [[Pesukei DeZimrah]] expressing pride for all the mitzvos we perform. At this time, women also affirm their unique status in Judaism and [[Birchot Kriyat Shema]]recite SheAsani Kirsono. <ref>Tur and S"A 12446:5, Mishna Brurah 124:21, 22, Maharam Shik 51, Igrot Moshe 2:944</ref>

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