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Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullifiedincludes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarimwould not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

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Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

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Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

/For extra-super bonus points:/ How does all of this square with the hatarot nedarim we make anyway before the High Holy Days? If we don't need to make new hatarot nedarim on vows within the year since the last--and even if we do--wouldn't all vows be covered (in the same way?) by the hatarot from erev Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana?

Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

/For extra-super bonus points:/ How does all of this square with the hatarot nedarim we make anyway before the High Holy Days? If we don't need to make new hatarot nedarim on vows within the year since the last--and even if we do--wouldn't all vows be covered (in the same way?) by the hatarot from erev Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana?

Bracketing out, for a moment, the matter of the hatarot nedarim that everyone makes before Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the text of the regular hatarat nedarim (annulment of vows) (http://halachipedia.com/index.php?title=Hatarat_Nedarim) includes a statement that all vows made in the next year are proleptically nullified--in addition to those from the last year, which are retroactively nullified. Should one take this literally, insofar as another failed vow made in that year would not require a new hatarat nedarim? Or should one make a hatarat nedarim anyway, i.e., in order to extend the stringency to the next year?

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