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Washing hands for bread
The morning prayer
The blessing on bread
Preparing for Shabbos
The time for accepting/ending Shabbos
Mitzvas of Shabbos
Motzai Shabbos (Sat. night)
Prohibitions on Shabbos
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– – The blessing on bread
– – Megillas Esther
– – Megillas Ruth
– – Megillas Eichah
– – Preparing for Shabbos
– – Shabbos candles
– – The time for accepting/ending Shabbos
– – Mitzvas of Shabbos
– – Motzai Shabbos (Sat. night)
– – Prohibitions on Shabbos
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The morning prayer
If one comes late to shul?
The blessings for Torah study
Saying the Morning blessings if one didn't sleep at night
Saying the morning blessing early
Saying "Shema" by heart (and other Torah passages)
The laws of the psalms before Shma
The time for saying sh'ma yisroel
The blessings before Shma
Having kavona when saying Sh'ma yisroel
Saying Sh'ma yisroel
Blessings before and after Shma
Combining geula and tefillah (Redemption and Prayer)
If one is in doubt if said shma and/or blessings on shma
Cutting the Shma
Do woman and children need to say Shma
Exemption from the mitzvah of saying Shma
Working/eating around the time to say Shma
holy words in the presence of erva
Shma in disgusting place
The form of blessing
Nusah of prayer
The morning prayer
If an Ashkenaz Jew prays with the Sefardik pronunciation does he fulfill his obligation of praying?
By skipping which part of the blessing does one not fulfill saying it?
Could one say words of Torah if he is in doubt whether or not there is excrement in his field of vision?
Does putting perfume to take away from a bad smell help one to say words of Torah?
Machlokes between the Rosh and the Rashba if one could say a blessing or words of Torah if he sees excrement that are in another room
What is the difference between praying shemoneh esrai (the standing prayer) and saying shma when urine is near a person?
In what case doesn’t one need to pray again if he discovered after he prayed that he had feces on his clothing?
Could one answer Omain when there is an erva in front of him?
Could one make a blessing/say shma etc. in front of an erva of a child?
Could a man listen to a woman giving a lecture?
How should a girl who was never married yet keep her hair?
Machlokes between the Rosh and the Rashba if a woman can say a blessing in front of another woman that is not dressed modestly?
Could one give a Torah lecture if he knows that among his listeners would be women that are not dressed modestly?
Could one pray/say Shma in shorts?
How could a woman say a blessing while immersing in a mikvah while she is not dressed?
What does one need to do to be able to say a blessing while in the water if he is naked?
Why is one allowed to answer “Amein” if an “erva” is in front of him?
In what situations does one’s heart see one’s erva?
When is a 13 year old boy considered to be a full-fledged man?
In what case do we postpone a burial procession because of Shma?
Why could one say Kaddish in a cemetery but can’t pray there?
Why does an onen (a close relative of a deceased before burial) count sefirah but is exempt from doing other mitzvos?
Why according to some opinions should an onen (a close relative of a deceased before burial) say the evening Shma while it is still Shabbos?
In what case does a person that didn’t pray Shacharis because he was burying his close relative need to pray 2 times Mincha?
Why does one need to interrupt his meal, wait and say Shma if he began to eat during half an hour before the stars come out?
What should one do according to the opinion of the Pri Migodim if he missed Shacharis?
Machlokes between Rashi and Rabbeinu Tam if a father is obligated to teach Shma to his child of 6-7 years old
How could a blind person say the blessing of “yotzair Ohr” (that Hashem gives light) if he can’t see the light?
Machlokes between the Mogein Avrohom and the Mechaber on what is more important: to “cut shma” and say kedusha or combine geula with tefilla (combine the blessing after Shma with shemoneh esrei)
What prayers are said when cutting the Shma
Machlokes between Rav Eliashiv and Rav Chaim Kanievsky if one fulfill the mitzvah of remembering Yitzias Mitzrayim (exodus of Egypt) by just thinking about it or does he need to actually say it?
If a person is praying faster than the congregation where should he pause in the prayer and wait for them?
Is it a good idea for a Chazzan not to finish the brocha of Goyal Yisroel (blessing of redemption) out loud so the congregation wouldn’t need to answer Omein and make an interruption?
If one gets a pair of tefilin in the middle of shma, why does he put them on with a blessing but by a talis he puts it on without a blessing?
Why could one interrupt his reading of the Shma if he was called to the Torah for an aliya?
On what part of Kaddish and Kedusha could one answer to in the middle of Shma?
In what situations can one interrupt while saying Shma?
In what case should one have in mind that he isn’t fulfilling his obligation when he says Shma together with the congregation?
If one fell asleep while saying shma or any other prayer in what case would he have to repeat it?
What does one need to do if he is not sure if he said a certain sentence in Shma or not?
Could one give tzedokah (charity) while saying Shma?
What does one need to do if while saying the first sentence of Shma he realized that he is not having kavona (concentration)?
What part of Shma can’t be said while walking?
In what case don’t we protest when one is saying Shma while lying on his side?
In what case could one eat without a blessing?
What is the halachic difference if one says Shma in Hebrew or if he says it in a different language?
In what case could one fulfill the mitzvah of Kiddish even if he doesn’t understand the meaning of the words?
Why is it better to say “Sh’ma Yisroel” in Hebrew?
In what case is it better for one to sing the words of ”Shma” with the proper intonation?
What should one do if he did not have kavona when saying the first sentence of “Sh’ma Yisroel”?
What should one think about when he says the word “Echod”?
What does one need to pay attention to in the blessings of Shma if he is praying without a minyan?
What is the difference between the Ashkenazik and the Sefardik approach on how the chazzan and congregation say the last 3 words of Shma?
Where are all the 10 commandments hinted to in Shma?
Could one fulfill the mitzvah of saying Sh’ma yisroel while he is teaching others Sh’ma yisroel?
What are the two types of kavonaos when doing a mitzvah and when does one have to have them?
Could one make an interruption between Ahava Raba (the blessing right before Shma) and Shma (for example to answer Amen)?
A person by mistake said the blessing before the evening Shma instead of saying the blessing before the morning Shma – ”yotzer ohr”. How could he fix it?
Does one need to repeat Shma if he already missed the time of saying Shma?
How early in the morning can one put on tefillin with the blessings?
About which Aveira is it said: “it is bent that can’t be fixed”?
What is better: to daven vasikin (with the raising of the sun) without a minyan or to daven at a different time but with a minyan?
Does one need to finish saying “sh’ma isroel” on time or only to start on time?
Why can’t one make an interruption after Borchu?
In what case could one answer Amein to Kaddish if he didn’t hear the chazzan’s voice?
Why should one not answer Kaddish too quietly or too loud?
Could one pass or sit in front of the person that saying Kaddish?
Different customs of answering Kaddish
Why does one need to make a pause between saying Amein and Yehai Shmai Raba?
Could one think in Torah during Kaddish?
In what case does one need to answer Amein twice on Kaddishim that are said simultaneously by two different people?
How can we protect our prayers from bad spirits?
Does one need to make a new blessing on his Tallis and Tefillin after going to the restroom if he went in the middle of Psukei d’zimrah (psalms)?
Why does one need to repeat at least one psalm before saying Yishtabach if he just used the restroom?
Which parts of Yishtabach must one say without pausing?
Which psalms in Psukei d’zimrah should one say standing?
On what blessings could one answer amein even in the middle of a sentence from Pesukai D’Zimrah (psalms)?
What should one do if he must make an interruption while saying Pesukai D’Zimrah (psalms)?
Does a long pause after saying Boruch Sh’omar and before starting psalms considered an interruption?
In which cases could one answer amein if he finishes a blessing together with the chazzan?
When could one answer amein on “Boruch Sh’omar”?
Why could one say Tehilim by heart?
What blessing can’t one say before daybreak?
What morning blessings can’t one say if he didn’t sleep at night?
Could a woman’s blessing on the Torah serve for a man to fulfill his obligation?
Does one need to say a blessing on Torah if he didn’t sleep at night but slept during the day?
Machlokes between the Beis Yosef and the Vilna Gaon if one needs to repeat the blessing on Torah if he didn’t learn Torah right after the blessing
Machlokes between the Rosh and the students of Rabbeinu Yona if the blessing before Shma (Ahava Raba) could be used as the blessing on Torah even if one didn’t have that intention?
In which blessings and prayers should we concentrate on the wellbeing of our children?
Machlokes between the Beis Yosef and the Vilna Gaon if one could think in Torah before saying the blessing on Torah
What is the advantage of saying אלקי נשמה (eloykai neshoma) right after אשר יצר (asher yotzar)?
Does one need to say the blessing on Torah before saying selichos?
What is better: to pray without a minyan but within the first 4 hours of prayer or later but with a minyan?
What is the priority of psalms in prayer to be said for someone who comes late to shul?
Why does one need to say the blessing on the Torah before praying even if he comes late to shul?
Why can’t one start shacharis (the morning prayer) with shma? .
Until when could one say the morning blessings?
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