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If memory serves, the Shulchan Aruch/Rama sound like a new bracha would be required, but contemporay poskim actually set a time limit when one intended to put it back on to begin with - I believe Rav Ovadiah Yosef, z"l, may have said 2hrs; ; Rav MosheFeinstein, z"l: 1 hour; and, yb"l, Rav Chaim Kanievsky, shlit"a: 30 minutes - after which such time has ...


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Radak (Y'sha'ya 28:4) comments that ציץ is the masculine form and ציצית is the feminine form: נזכר בלשון זכר ציץ ובלשון נקבה ציצית The Zohar (Sh'lach 174b) likewise notes this. The Zohar understands this connection as representing a kabbalistic dichotomy where ציצית represents the feminine aspects of Creation and the physical world while the ציץ ...


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I heard from Rav Gershon Meltzer a posek in yeshivas Mir that if you had intention to put it back on its not called a hefsek. Same issue with repeating birchas hatorah since you intend to wake soon after. He waif at most its a safek and safek brachos lekula. He suggested to sleep in them none theless in order to accommodate all opinions Note this site is ...


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Mishna Berurah in siman 8 siff 11 #25 quotes a Magen Avraham that whether or not you wear the beged on top or under your clothing, The strings should not be stuck into the corners. However, concerning people who go amongst the nonjews they fulfill their obligation with this. But when making the bracha, the strings should be exposed. So, sticking them in the ...


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A practice appeared which was to touch the Tzitzis when saying והיה לכם לציצית וראיתם אותו. This is mentioned in the Tur Orach Chaim at the end of siman 61. Previously, in siman 24, he mentioned a Bal Haitur that explained the practice of people to gather together the strings and put them on their eyes, and rationalized, perhaps they do this because of ...



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