Why is it then when one's Talis falls off unintentionally, he is required to make another blessing (Ashkenaz for sure) as it constitutes an interruption (hesech hada'as), but when it comes to Sukkah, if a person was eating cake in the sukkah and went to the bathroom, he would not require a new Bracha on the Sukka upon returning to the sukkah?

Why is this any less hesech hada'as?

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  • Did the person accidentally leave the Sukkah? How do you know these rules are true? – Double AA Jan 22 '18 at 0:58
  • I probably phrased this terribly. Here goes: if one went to the bathroom during davening and he removed his Tallis and tefilin, I believe on his Tallis he would not require a new blessing because in theory he could have worn it there, but in tefilin it would require a new blessing, because he could not have worn them there - thus the bathroom constitutes hesech hadaas. Why isn’t it hesech hadas for sukkah? – Draizy-Levi Pine Jan 22 '18 at 1:21
  • Those seem to me like very different questions. Remember to edit your post to clarify what exactly you mean to ask. – Double AA Jan 22 '18 at 4:11
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    You're assuming that he doesn't have to make a new Bracha (on the Sukka, I assume - and edited into the question). Can you source that? (It's how we all behave, but who says it's the actual Halacha?) – Danny Schoemann Jan 22 '18 at 10:49
  • Followup question: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/91668 – msh210 Apr 25 '18 at 15:23

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