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I don't have anything to say about the difference between the two, but two explanations of the Ashkenazi version in which the order is significant: Acharis Shalom (found in Otzar Mefarshei HaTefilla): Normally a doctor can either be a נאמן or a רחמן – he can follow through with the treatment or spare the pain. ה' is capable of being both a נאמן and a רחמן ...


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Halachipedia says: If you notice that someone made a mistake in Davening that would require him to go back to the beginning, for example, you heard someone miss Mashiv HaRuach (and Morid HaTal), one may signal with one’s hands in order to get his attention, if that’s unsuccessful, one should tell him after Davening. However, this leniency isn’t ...



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