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The Zohar (which is the source for saying this in the first place) states that the prayer should be said "כד מפקין ס"ת בצבורא למקרא ביה", when the Torah scroll is removed in the minyan to be read. Of course, this is still relatively ambiguous. The Siddur Maharsha"s (R. Shabtai Sofer), one of the first mainstream siddurim to include this prayer, says to say ...


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Rabbi Avigdor Miller was once asked a similar question, I heard the tape. 'Why do we thank Hashem for the food he gives us, when He was the one that created us with the propensity to be hungry? And the answer is because if not for being hungry you would never realize what a gracious gift you received with your wellbeing. If you never became hungry, you would ...


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The Koren siddur does include it, and possibly others as well. The Halacha is like Rabbi Akiva in Mishna Brachot 4:3. There, he says that one whose davening is not "שגורה בפיו" should say Havineinu. However, in the modern day where everyone can read the entire text from a siddur, we are generally considered as people who are proficient. This is what I ...



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