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Klal 65 Siman 6

1260 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 65 Siman 6) – Brachos and Tefillos Pratiyos – 18 – Hagomeil 6; Rivers; Jail; Reckless Endangerment 

 We have finished siman 6, regarding birchas hagomeil, and have a few more points to clarify. The Mishnah Berurah discusses a person traveling down a river. On the one hand, they are not exactly in the situation as described by the pasuk in Tehillim 107 (“yordei hayam ba’oniyos”, those who travel into the sea), but …

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1259 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 65 Siman 6) – Brachos and Tefillos Pratiyos – 17 – Hagomeil 5; Illness; Air Travel

 We have finished siman 6, regarding birchas hagomeil, and have a few more points to clarify. Regarding illness, the Shulchan Aruch writes that one is already eligible to recite hagomeil if they become bedridden for three days, even if there is no specific danger to life, due to the illness being a time of judgement …

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1258 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 65 Siman 6) – Brachos and Tefillos Pratiyos – 16 – Hagomeil 4; Time to Say; Women; Katan

 We are continuing in siman 6, regarding the bracha of hagomeil.  The Chayei Adam writes that lechatchilla, one should recite hagomeil within three days of the incident requiring the bracha. If they did not recite it within three days, they can recite it later, as we learned regarding 30 days (shiur 1257). Although our minhag …

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1257 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 65 Siman 6) – Brachos and Tefillos Pratiyos – 15 – Hagomeil 3; Illness

 We are continuing in siman 6, which discusses birchas hagomeil. We learned that a sick person who recovers must be omeid al burio, at full strength, to recite hagomeil. If a person is fully recovered and is maintaining treatments or therapy to prevent any relapse, they are considered omeid al burio and should recite hagomeil. …

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1256 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 65 Siman 6) – Brachos and Tefillos Pratiyos – 14 – Hagomeil 2

 We are continuing in siman 6, which discusses birchas hagomeil. The Chayei Adam will discuss the four scenarios mentioned in Chazal in which one recites hagomeil.   The Chayei Adam begins by discussing one who went out to sea. If someone went out to sea and returned, they recite hagomeil. If one is travelling overseas one …

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1255 – Brachos and Tefillos – (Klal 65 Siman 6) – Brachos and Tefillos Pratiyos – 13 – Hagomeil 1; Introduction

 We are beginning siman 6, which discusses birkas hagomeil.   Chazal teach us that there are four types of people who are obligated to give thanks to Hashem, based on kapitel 107 in Tehillim. The pesukim describe four scenarios: a person traveling through the sea, a person traveling through the desert, a person who is deathly …

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