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|FS613||Posted - 22 January 2008 0:11
I am confused by the 2 different terms,
Alos Hashachar and Hanetz Hachama.
|neshama||Posted - 22 January 2008 0:37
Alos Hashachar is the crack of dawn.
Netz Hachama is sunrise.
Alos hashachar is 72 minutes before Netz.
L'chatchila, shmoneh esrei should be said starting at Netz, up to 4 hours after that.
From Alos Hashachar til Shkias hachama. But be careful when saying this late in the day; Elokai neshama may not be said if you davened the amidah because m'chaye meisim took care of that already. Also, you may not say bircas HaTorah if you said Ahava rabba/ahavas olam.
Bircas Krias Sh'ma[b]
This is the basic tefilla schedule outline. Was I clear enough?
|silvertini||Posted - 05 December 2010 19:43
How early can one eat something in the morning? What needs to be said first? When can bread be eaten? Thanks.
|taon||Posted - 10 December 2010 0:18
One can't eat a meal (a kebeitza of certain mezonos foods, im not sure which) half an hour before dawn until after davening (certain drinks, including water, are exceptions, and there are certain cases where eating is okay). Davening should be in the order in siddurim: birchas hashachar, pesukei dzimra, shema, shemone esrei, etc
|Hu hakol yachol||Posted - 13 December 2010 23:26
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