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Klal 64 Siman 3

1238 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 64 Siman 3) – Tefillas Haderech – 7 – Multiple Days of Journey

 We are continuing in siman 3, which covers situations where one stops and restarts their travel. We learned that if one stops overnight, they recite tefillas haderech again the next morning, but can recite it immediately, such as after birchos hashachar (see shiur 1232).  If one travels throughout the night into the next day without …

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1237 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 64 Siman 3) – Tefillas Haderech – 6 – Multiple Legs of Journey

 We are continuing in siman 3. The Chayei Adam writes that even when there are multiple legs to a person’s journey, they only recite tefillas haderech once per day. This limitation applies even when different modes of transportation will be employed throughout the day (e.g., car to plane).  However, if one stops at a certain …

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1236 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 64 Siman 3) – Tefillas Haderech – 5 – Danger

 We are continuing in siman 3. The Gemara states that the tefillas haderech was instituted due to the danger of the high roads. Although it is not certain there is danger, it can be assumed. However, within a parsah of the city, one can assume that there is less danger, as animals and bandits generally …

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