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I was recently an onein and had this question which I asked various Rabbonim at the shiva. I received three answers which I have recorded below as three separate answers so that support for each one can be recorded.

Answer 1 From a grandson of Rabbi S Z Auerbach.

The onein is "nosei be'ol with" (shares the plight of) the deceased. Since the deceased cannot make a brocho neither can the onein.

Answer 1 From a grandson of Rabbi S Z Auerbach.

The onein is "nosei be'ol with" (shares the plight of) the deceased. Since the deceased cannot make a brocho neither can the onein.

I was recently an onein and had this question which I asked various Rabbonim at the shiva. I received three answers which I have recorded below as three separate answers so that support for each one can be recorded.

Answer 1 From a grandson of Rabbi S Z Auerbach.

The onein is "nosei be'ol with" (shares the plight of) the deceased. Since the deceased cannot make a brocho neither can the onein.

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I was recently an onein and had this question which I asked various Rabbonim at the shiva. I received three answers which I have recorded below as three separate answers so that support for each one can be recorded.

Answer 1 From a grandson of Rabbi S Z Auerbach.

The onein is "nosei be'ol with" (shares the plight of) the deceased. Since the deceased cannot make a brocho neither can the onein.

I was recently an onein and had this question which I asked various Rabbonim at the shiva. I received three answers which I have recorded below as three separate answers so that support for each one can be recorded.

Answer 1 From a grandson of Rabbi S Z Auerbach.

The onein is "nosei be'ol with" (shares the plight of) the deceased. Since the deceased cannot make a brocho neither can the onein.

Answer 1 From a grandson of Rabbi S Z Auerbach.

The onein is "nosei be'ol with" (shares the plight of) the deceased. Since the deceased cannot make a brocho neither can the onein.

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I was recently an onein and had this question which I asked various Rabbonim at the shiva. I received three answers which I have recorded below as three separate answers so that support for each one can be recorded.

Answer 1 From a grandson of Rabbi S Z Auerbach.

The onein is "nosei be'ol with" (shares the plight of) the deceased. Since the deceased cannot make a brocho neither can the onein.