Shulchan Aruch, Chapter 158: Dinei Netilas Yadayim !Short Clips! by Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – Very interested short video explaning when we say brachot (blessing) after Rabbinic mitzvot (ie. Shabbat candles, Chanukah candles, Hallel, Lulav) and why do we say that Hashem commanded us to say a Rabbinically based mitzvah. Furthermore, these brachot are said before the mitzva which contrasts with the bracha we say after we wash our hands (netilat yadayim) is preparation to eat bread. Rabbi Zajac explains why there is this before and after difference.

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4607305/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Chapter-158-Dinei-Netilas-Yadayim-LaSeudah-16a.htm

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Rabbi David Yisrael Kalmus !Short Clip! – Take a Deep Breath and Let HaShem Do the Rest

Rabbi David Yisrael Kalmus – Interesting explanation on the 4th and 5th bracha (blessing) in the silent amida on wisdom and connection to Hashem.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/f4noTgS8CYk?start=4585&autoplay=1

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How do we bring bracha into our life? by Rabbi Moshe Pinto

Rabbi Moshe Pinto – Shares with us the importance of tzniut (modesty or hiddeness) and it being the basis for bracha (blessing) in our lives individually and collectively as Jews. It is evident in many areas in our history including our tremendous population growth in Egypt from 70 soul to millions and the story of Bilam trying to curse but only being able to bless. Both are examples of the power of tzniut. Today we can experience this bracha most strongly on Shabbat. Listen to video to see how.

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