Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Do you end with a blessing on living in words and on the economy

There are two opinions on this (see Shaar HaTzion Street Nev), and in any case, in both of them it is obligatory and the more common custom is to say about the living only, and so is the custom of the Gra, the Mashnab, and the Chazoa, and there is a custom that they used to say a little at the end of the blessing and about the economy It shouldn't be said, but apparently they won't accept it since they are interpreting their words as not intending to leave it as a blessing, and again I found that they already brought it up in the name of the Chazoa that they wouldn't accept it (Av Shalat p. Rafa and Arhot Rabino 61 p. Pah), and maybe it would have been better to do a condition in the heart, and then Maman did according to law, since he intended to terminate the owner of the animal and what he corrected himself while speaking does not impair while speaking it only corrects and does not harm according to the rulings, and also some have taken the view that the 126th does not correct after the end of the blessing but in such a way corrects For those who believe that it says about the economy, the end of the blessing is only after the words and about the economy, however, in the book Sha'are Barakah Pid, there is a comment that he brought in the name of the Gersh and Azner ztzal, who doubted the previous solution because of the Sha'a answer Amen like this, etc. There is also a problem with this in Nidd, but when someone is there and can answer Amen.

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