Birkon Eretz Yisrael

Do you sometimes not eat bread in order not to have to say Birkath HaMazon? Do you find Birkath HaMazon too long? Do you find it difficult to focus during Birkath HaMazon because of the sea of words and repetitions?

“If there is a thing about which it is said: ‘Look, this is new!’ — it has already been in former times, before our own” Qoheleth 1:10

In two handy formats: Table Format and Wallet Format. Order two birkonim for your table and you will also receive a free gift: a wallet-size mini-Birkon! With Al HaNissim for Yom HaAtzmauth and Yom Geulath Yerushalayim. Clear distinction between obligatory and customary passages. Concise, brief and beautiful. According to the practice and liturgy of the Sages of the Mishnah and Talmud of Blessed Memory and in accordance with the custom of the Jewish communities of Eretz Yisrael who followed in their footsteps as found in the Jerusalem Talmud and the Midrashim the Works of the Geonim and Rabbis (Rav Amram Gaon, Rav Sa’adya Gaon, Riph, Rambam, Rosh,. Gra) and Manuscripts from the Cairo Genizah

“It is better to say less with kavannah than to say much without kavannah.” Tur/Shulhan Arukh, Orah Hayim 1
“The essential thing about all the Berakhoth is to recite them with proper kavannah – for that which is said without kavannah counts for nothing.” Sepher HaMinhagoth, R. Asher of Lunelle, 9:2

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