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Can a person say the bracha for thunder if he hasn't seen the lightning?

Can someone say the bracha upon hearing thunder without having seen the lightning bolt (in any form, i.e. he didn't notice any light at all?) Scientifically, lightning causes the thunder. (Most of the ...
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How cold is too cold?

Rema writes in his commentary to the Tur (OC 639): והמרדכי בפרק הישן (סי' תשמא) כתב אבל העולם סמכו על דבר זה שיראים מן הצינה והוה כחולה שאין בו סכנה או כמצטער דפטורים מן הסוכה עכ"ל (עיין ב"י סימן ...
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If someone eats in the succah anyways while it's raining, do they need to stay in the kosher part?

If it's raining, most people will go inside and not eat in the succah. If, however, someone chooses to stay and eat in the succah, must they stay in the kosher part, or is it OK to go into a ...
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suggestions on staying dry without an eruv on shabbos

What are some suggestions on staying dry in the rain without an eruv on shabbos? Wearing a raincoat? Is there any issue with wearing more than one coat at a time and also removing it when it is ...
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What's the source that rain is a sign of blessing?

I've heard rain is considered a symbol of blessing, perhaps because of the flood: that Hashem doesn't repeat the flood so He sends rain in much smaller proportions and to give the land its ...
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If it rains on succot what does it signify [closed]

If it rains on succot meaning one cannot eat in the succah and must therefore stay in the house. Is this 'rain' just coincidence, or is hashem telling you 'I dont want you to keep my mizvot' perhaps ...