QuotesAnd what avails it that science has come to treat space and time as simply forms of thought, and the material world as hypothetical, and withal our pretension of property and even of self-hood are fading with the rest, if, at last, even our thoughts are not finalities, but the incessant flowing and ascension reach these also, and each thought which yesterday was a finality, to-day is yielding to a larger generalization?
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|When should I say birkoth hashahar?|
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|Thursday, 18 December 2008 14:49|
When should one say birkoth hashahar?
Each b'rakha is to be said as one does the relevant action: malbish 'arumim when one dresses, hama'avir shena when one washes one's face, etc.
See TB B'rakhoth 60b, Rambam T'phila 7:7, Rosh B'rakhoth 9:23, Tur and SA OH 46.
The impact these b'rakhoth have on a person when each is recited in its own time, as intended by the Hakhamim z'l, is very much greater than when said afterwards; one appreciates HASHEM's blessings so much more.
Nevertheless, if one did not say the b'rakhoth at the appropriate time, one must still recite them later.
See Sidur Rav Sa'adhya Gaon p.89.
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