Why is it that everywhere I ever davened, when saying הלל , after "...אנא ידוד", people speed through "...ברוך הבא" and especially by יהללוך.
Why is this? Is it some Halacha? Segula?
Its not like thats the end of davening. There is still leining and Mussaf afterwards.
And then they finish their speedy הלל and the חזן starts קדיש and I'm still in middle of הלל and can't answer אמן.
(The one time a year they don't speed is on Sukkos, when the Rebbe spends half an hour shaking the Lulav and Esrog by הודו לידוד, then I have plenty of time to finish הלל with Kavanah! [But then, of course, after shaking, everyone starts speeding to the end! But by that time, I'm already done for 15 minutes!])
It seems like a race! Who can finish first?