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Nefesh HaChaim explains that it is to demonstrate that through our Kedusha we are elevating the spiritual spheres of existence. R' Yonasan Eibshutz says we are mimicking the angels, who go up and dow …
answered Dec 8 '15 by Y     e     z
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The Gemara in Chulin 91b: ואין מה"ש אומרים שירה למעלה עד שיאמרו ישראל למטה Meaning: The ministering angels do not sing to Hashem above until Israel does so below. The Avudarham in his commentar …
answered Feb 23 '14 by Y     e     z
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The commentaries on Kedusha of shemoneh esrei (Avudarham among others) say that the angels are requesting permission from each other in order to start together. It therefore seems that they do not ne …
answered Jan 16 '14 by Y     e     z
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If you reach the end of Mechaye Meisim at the same time that the shaliach tzibbur begins kedusha, you answer kedusha (Shulchan aruch O.C. 109:2)
answered Jan 21 '14 by Y     e     z
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Mishna Berura 124:1 writes that aside from לעומתם, נעריצך/נקדש, and ובדברי, all of the extra additions to Kedusha on Shabbos are not part of Kedusha and one need not listen to the chazzan for those se …
answered Mar 8 by Y     e     z
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The Rishonim (Rabbeinu Yehuda Ben Yakar, Rabbeinu Yonah, among others) describe these Kedushos as סיפור דברים, relating what is happening (as opposed to Kedusha D'Amida, in repetition of Shemoneh Esre …
answered May 22 '14 by Y     e     z
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The Ran in his derashos, as well as the Kuzari, both explain the intent of the third blessing as follows: In the first two blessings, we focus on how Hashem is involved in this world, and in our live …
answered Nov 8 '15 by Y     e     z