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R Shlomo Aviner answers your question (here) citing R Shlomo Zalman Auerbach (Shut Minchat Shlomo, last responsum in vol. 1) who writes that One is obligated to recite four blessings when the Messiah arrives: "Baruch…Chacham Ha-Razim – Blessed are You…Knowers of secrets" which is recited when seeing 600,000 Jews together and certainly at least ...


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From what I could quickly gather the first reference to (אדון(י is when Sarah laughed to herself after overhearing what יי said to Abraham in Bereshith 18:12. The English translation uses a lower cased "lord or husband" as translated in my Chumash. In modern Hebrew אדון can be used for the English "sir, mister, master, lord." If you understand the נְקֻדּוֹת (...


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This publication is relevant to the conversation: http://halachayomit.co.il/en/default.aspx?HalachaID=1812 Summary: One should not recite any blessing at all on cakes served at the end of the meal. If the cake, however, contains all three conditions in that its dough is sweet, it is crunchy, and it is filled (like Ma’mool and Baklava), only if the ...


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