Where Is It Permissible to Recite Brachot?

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Saying Hashem's name in unclean places

  1. Chazal learned from the pasuk "Vehaya Machanecha kadosh" that when Hashem's presence is with us, such as when is involved with a dvar shebekedusha, such as kriyat shema, tefillah, or one is learning, one must make sure that one's area is clean, meaning, that there isn't any unclad area of a person or revealed feces where one is. [1]The details of what is considered an unclad area of the body and what is considered feces is described below.

Saying Hashem's name in vain

  1. It is forbidden to say Hashem's name in vain. This inclues any name that are specific to Hashem, whether its in Hebrew or in any language. [2]
  2. It is permitted to say Hashem's name in a form of praise, or bracha according to the need, or as one is learning. [3]

References

  1. Kitzur S"A 5:1
  2. Kitzur S"A 6:3
  3. Kitzur S"A 6:3