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Literally "eighteen". Also called the "Amidah". The prayer consisting of 19 blessings, recited three times daily, and four times on Shabbat and Yom-Tov. It forms the backbone of all of the daily prayers.

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Who wrote the Amidah? The Anshei Knesset Hagedolah wrote the Amida, as we know it. That's an explicit Gemara in Brachot 33a nd Megila 17b. As the Rambam says in the first chapter of הלכות תפילה: …
answered Feb 6 '17 by Danny Schoemann
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The Kitzur Shulchan Aruch in סימן כא - דין מי שלא התפלל האיך ישלימנה says that since at night you will not say יַעֲלֶה וְיָבֹא (since it's no longer Rosh Chodesh) so there's no point in repeating the …
answered Oct 23 '17 by Danny Schoemann
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Can't say for sure when it was introduced, but as Double AA commented it's [already] mentioned in the Zohar in פרשת עקב on דף רע''א ע''ב: בָּרוּךְ דִּצְלוֹתָא, בַּר נָשׁ כּוֹרֵעַ בֵּיהּ בְּבִרְכ …
answered Oct 21 '15 by Danny Schoemann
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It seems that this may be a problem, since you don't gain anything by repeating the Amida at Maariv with ותן טל ומטר since you already did that. (In other words, you didn't say ותן ברכה the first tim …
answered Dec 7 '15 by Danny Schoemann
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There is no source for this in the classical Seforim, including the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, Mishna Berura, Tur or Rambam. I have observed many great men in my life and never seen any of them do this. …
answered Jul 22 '10 by Danny Schoemann
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Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim סימן צד - צריך לכון נגד ארץ ישראל, ודין הרוכב או יושב בספינה If you're facing the wrong way, then turn your head towards the correct direction. ב אִם מִתְפַּלֵּל לְרוּח …
answered Jan 28 '16 by Danny Schoemann
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The Kitzur Shuchan Aruch in סימן יט - דיני משיב הרוח, טל ומטר, יעלה ויבא ועננו says: סעיף י"ג: שְּׁלִיחַ צִבּוּר שֶׁטָּעָה בִּתְפִלַּת הַלַּחַשׁ, אֵינוֹ חוֹזֵר וּמִתְפַּלֵּל שֵׁנִית מִפְּנֵי טֹ …
answered Sep 4 '18 by Danny Schoemann
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Regarding the bracha of רצה, apparently they used to say somethign similar to the Nussach we say on YomTov before Duchening; ותערב This, according to an article in one of the recent קולמוס magazines …
answered Oct 16 '13 by Danny Schoemann
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As you yourself sourced, the problem is defined in the Gemara: SA OC 90:5: "One should not daven in an open place like a field, because when you're in a private place you have fear of the King a …
answered Apr 24 '14 by Danny Schoemann
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See the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch in סימן ע - דיני תפלת מעריב, where he teaches us: סעיף ג': מִי שֶׁבָּא לְבֵית הַכְּנֶסֶת לִתְפִלַּת עַרְבִית וּמָצָא שֶׁהַצִּבּוּר עוֹמְדִין לְהִתְפַּלֵּל שְׁמֹנֶה …
answered Jul 13 '15 by Danny Schoemann
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You asked: What if, during the hand-washing, less than ten people remain in the shul? Should the chazzan pause until they come back? The answer is: The Chazzan continues as usual. Source: The K …
answered Oct 26 '14 by Danny Schoemann
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In Halacha we find that stopping during the recital Shma (a Torah obligation) - even long enough to finish the entire reading (according to some opinions) - is permitted. (הלכות קרית שמע פרק ב' הלכה י …
answered May 4 '14 by Danny Schoemann
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Short answer: Yes. Long answer: It depends: The Kitzur Shulchan Aruch states in סימן יט - דיני משיב הרוח, טל ומטר, יעלה ויבא ועננו that it depends: If the mistake was in the first 3 Brachot and …
answered Apr 15 '15 by Danny Schoemann
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I don't know about responsa, but it's an entire Siman in Shulchan Aruch - and it's called Pores Al Shma - Orach Chaim 69 - דין פורס על שמע. In short: Once the tenth man arrives, one says Kadish, Borc …
answered Dec 10 '18 by Danny Schoemann