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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Halacha Yomi 45-

If one passes a place where a miracle was done for the nation of Israel- he makes the Bracha "Baruch ata A-donai E-lokenu Melech HaOlam SheAsah Nissim LaAvotenu BaMakom Hazeh"(Tur Orah Haim 216:1-2).

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Halacha Yomi(m) 42, 43, 44-

1)One must have in mind, when he puts on Talit Gadol- Talit Katan also(Od Yosef Hai, Bereshit 1).
2)If someone's Talit Gadol fell off, if he had the intention of putting it back on- he doesn't have to bless again, but if he didn't- then he has to bless again (Sham 3).
3)When one puts on Talit Gadol, they should kiss all the strings together(Sham 5).

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Halacha Yomi(m) 39,40, 41-

1)The Minhag is for women not to say Bircat HaLevana(Yalkut Yosef[Small version] Madoim 426:8).
2)A boy that is about to be Bar Mitzvah[one month before] shouldn't pray Birchat HaLevna with the congregation, rather wait until he is bar Mitzvah'ed(Sham 10).
3)Birchat Halavena must be said standing (Sham 11).

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Halacha Yomi(m) 37,38-

1)Between Az Yashir, and Yishtabach-one cannot stop, not even to place Teffelin, or Talit(KAf HaHayim Philagi,14:1).

2)When one says the Bracha of Yotzer Ohr, he should kiss the Teffilin of the hand, and not of the head(Kaf HaHayim Philagi, 14:2).

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Halacha Yomi 36-

Mincha is a very important ordeal, and we must have the most Kavana in Mincha. More than all the other prayers(Shulhan Aruch HaZohar,232:1).

Monday, May 17, 2010

Halacha Yomi 35-

When one puts on the Talit, they must have in mind-the Mitzvah of Tzitzit (Numbers 15:38). It is also important to have in my, that this Mitzvah is governed by time(Ben Ish Hai, Bereshit 1).

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Halacha Yomi 34-

It is necessary to place to pairs of Teffilin[Rashi, and Rabenu Taam], and both at the same time(Pri Etz Haim, 9:1).

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Halacha Yomi 33-

Women are also obligated to say Asher Yatzar, as well as men. Children should also be trained to do so(Ben Ish Hai,Parshat VaYetzeh, 16).

Friday, May 14, 2010

Halacha Yomi 32-

On Tisha B'av we don't say "Sha'asah Li Kol Tzorchi"(Siddur HaAri, Birchot Hashhar).

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Halacha Yomi 31-

From the original law one is allowed to get a hair cut on Rosh Hodesh, and that is our minhag today. This doesn't apply to women. The Chassidim of Rabbi Yehudah-are a little skeptical about it, and don't get haircuts(Yalkut Yosef[Small version]Moadim, 1:3).

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Halacha Yomi 30-

(Continued from yesterday). Women that work to make the lively hood in the house don't have to follow this. Rather they should just try to work a little less hard(Yalkut Yossef, [Small version], Moadim, 1:2).

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Halacha Yomi 29-

Random Halacha, not like the regular ones.
Erev Rosh Hodesh people are allowed to do Melacha(Work etc...). It is customary for women not to do work on this time(Yalkut Yossef,Moadim[Small version], 1:1).

Monday, May 10, 2010

Halacha Yomi 28-

One should not urinate standing. Unless he is urinating of something tall, or into dirt(Shluhan Aruch 3:13).

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Halacha Yomi 27-

One should be careful with *Tzniut at night, as well in the day(Shulhan Aruch, Orah Haim, 3:12).

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Halacha Yomi 26-

One should not wipe with earthenware, because of magic(There used to be some mystical thing). Not with dry grass(Shulhan Aruch, Orah Haim 3:11).

Friday, May 7, 2010

Halacha Yomi 25-

When one uses the bathroom, they should NOT wipe with their right hand(Shulhan Aruch, Orah Haim,3:10).

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Halacha Yomi 24-

One should not use the bathroom so hard, because he might rupture his insistence(Shulhan Aruch, Orah Haim, 3:9).

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Halacha Yomi 23-

When someone turns, if they are behind a fence should, and should use the bathroom, and if one is in the garden, they should stay away until a place where his friend can't see him(Shulhan Aruch, Orah Haim, 3:8).

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Halacha Yomi 22-

If one is in the bathroom, and can see the holy place, he should shift the way he is facing, or he should look away(Shulhan Aruch 3:7).

Monday, May 3, 2010

Halacha Yomi 21-

[Continuing from Halacha Yomi 20]-Now similarly one must sleep East, or West when he is with his wife, but it is correct not to even when not with his wife(Shulan Aruch, Orah Haim,3:6).

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Halacha Yomi 20-

If one is in bathroom, and there is no Mehitza(Wall/curtain separation), he should turn around(Shulhan Aruch, Orah Haim, 3:5).

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Halacha Yomi 19-

One should cover every part of his body when in the the restroom, only leaving a Tefah(A fist) uncovered(Shulhan Aruch,Orah Haim,3:4).