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1158 Klal 59 Siman 16: Shinui Makom 22 – M’Cheder L’Cheder

We have finished Klal 59, but we need to clarify one point. In shiur 1141, we learned that, m’ikar hadin (according to the letter of the law) a shinui makom can be effected even when one moves  m’cheder l’cheder, between rooms of a house. However, we also learned that the Mishnah Berurah brought an opinion …

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1157 Klal 59 Siman 16: Shinui Makom 21 – Daas to Move L’chatchilla

 We are continuing in Klal 59. We will discuss situations where it is muttar lechatchilla to effect a shinui makom during an eating session. In Klal 47, the Chayei Adam writes that one is not allowed to leave their makom without birchas hamazon, and one must return to where he ate to say birchas hamazon. …

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1156 Klal 59 Siman 16: Shinui Makom 20 – Bracha Achrona B’Mekomo 4; Opinion of the Poskim for the Sefardim 

 We need to clarify a few points in siman 15 and 16. The Chayei Adam wrote that if one ate a kezayis in multiple mekomos, as long as it is consumed within a k’dei achilas pras, they combine to require a bracha achrona. It Is important to point out that  the Chayei Adam does not …

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1155 Klal 59 Siman 16: Shinui Makom 19 – Bracha Achrona B’Mekomo 3

 We are starting siman 16 and 17. We will return to discuss situations where it is muttar lechatchilla to move to another place later. First, we will further discuss some halachos regarding bracha achrona.  We have learned that a shinui makom does not affect the k’vius created by bread or any of the shivas haminim. …

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1154 Klal 59 Siman 15: Shinui Makom 18 – Bracha Achrona B’Mekomo 2

 We are continuing in siman 15. We learned that a shinui makom does not affect the k’vius created by bread or any of the shivas haminim. One must return to their original place to recite bracha achrona, and, therefore, one does not make a new bracha rishona if they go to a different makom. The …

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1153 Klal 59 Siman 15: Shinui Makom 17 – Bracha Achrona B’Mekomo

 We are beginning siman 15. The Chayei Adam introduces the concept that one can create a k’vius makom so strong that a shinui makom will not undermine that k’vius. The Gemara discusses this concept as a machlokes between Rav Chisda and Rav Sheshes, and most Rishonim pasken in accordance with Rav Sheshes that there are …

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1147 Klal 59 Siman 9: Shinui Makom 11 – Moving Between the Bracha and the Achila 2; Moving Between Kiddush and the Seuda

 We are continuing in siman 9. We discussed a situation in which one made a bracha and created a shinui makom before they ate. We discussed how this halacha applies to sukkos and to a sauna, and today we will learn how it applies to kiddush.  The poskim discuss whether there is an issue of …

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1145 Klal 59 Siman 8: Shinui Makom 9 – Decision to End the Meal 2

 We are continuing in siman 8. The Chayei Adam is discussing the halachos of hesech hadaas and how they relate to shinui makom. We have learned that the active decision on the part of the eater to end an eating session creates a hesech hadaas. Even if the decision was based on mistaken information, if …

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1143 Klal 59 Siman 6: Shinui Makom 7 – Being Visible

 We are beginning siman 6. The Chayei Adam introduces another consideration which would mitigate the concern of shinui makom, known as ro’eh mekomo. If one can still see the original place in which they began, they do not need a new bracha rishona. Thus, for example, in the case discussed yesterday of leaving one’s apartment …

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1141 Klal 59 Siman 4: Shinui Makom 5 – From Room to Room and Corner to Corner

We are beginning siman 4. The Chayei Adam will define a makom, “place” as it applies to our halachos.  The Chayei Adam writes that leaving a room, whether going from one floor to another or even on the same floor, is considered a shinui makom. It goes without saying that going outside to the yard, …

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1140 Klal 59 Siman 3: Shinui Makom 4 – Leaving and Returning to a Group

We are beginning siman 3. We have learned about different situations in which one can extend their eating session and avoid needing to make a new bracha rishona. The Chayei Adam writes of another such situation.  The Chayei Adam write that differentiations we made between borei nefashos versus al hamichya and birkas hamazon apply when …

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1139 Klal 59 Siman 2: Shinui Makom 3 – The End of the Eating Session

We are beginning siman 2. The Chayei Adam extends the concept we learned in siman 1, that a person is not obligated to return to their original place to recite a borei nefashos, but is obligated to recite birkas hamazon and al hamichya.   The Chayei Adam writes that, regarding foods which require a borei nefashos, …

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1138 Klal 59 Siman 1: Shinui Makom 2 – If One Left Before the Bracha Achrona

We are continuing in siman 1. The Chayei Adam began the siman by writing that lechatchilla, one should never leave the place in which they ate without first reciting the appropriate bracha achrona (besides to perform a mitzvah), in order to avoid forgetting to recite it.  However, if one does leave their first place, the …

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