Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Until when can you read Ksh on the bed

Until the Hanah, which is the time of Kash in retrospect, A. in Berchot 8, 12, and Shu'a, O. Noah, 5, and A.P., which is there in retrospect and in the time of stress, mm here, until he went to sleep, he was completely exempt, and in any case, now before The Hahach who goes to bed should say Kash on the bed to the friend that Kash on the bed is obligatory.

And regarding the wording of the Kash on the bed when reading the Hanah first, it seems that the wording of the shachibinu (cit. O. H. Rala D) found in the Kash on the bed is unsigned, because the main part of this version is fixed for the night at the time of lying down ( According to the interpretation of the halacha, Relat 25, and not for the day, and the PZ also does not recite demiri verses when lying down, such as "Blessed is the Lord in our sleep," and this is how it comes out according to the Mishnav Rela Skald.

Likewise, regarding the blessing of the Hampil, he cannot say then (commentary of the Halacha there), and even when he is standing before Esha and supposes that he will fall asleep only after Esha, he is satisfied with Bahl there if he can bless the Hampil, and as to whether he should say the Hampil precisely before midnight, there are customs and divisions in this regard Spain, and there are some judges who have taken the view that every evening prayer is initially obligatory before midnight, although the main opinion is that only Kash is obligatory before midnight and Akhmal, and in fact from the main point of view he can say even when he goes to sleep after midnight until dawn as explained in Bahl there.

And the one who sleeps after the Hanach and onwards does not read the Kash on the bed before he sleeps, but it was brought up in the rulings that it is good to say, and it is pleasant.

And in the body of the above-mentioned matter that recites Kash on the bed until the Hanah is silent DKash again above that it should also be learned from the words of the above-mentioned Bahl in C. Relat who adheres to the laws of Kash on the bed and wrote Dhampil will not say after aa "Q after AH was not said except for KSh only, and it is clear from this that the HKSh on the bed itself could also have been said after AHS until the 18th, AHS in his words and Doc.

And to the point of the matter, if it is beneficial to keep a watcher in his sleep before dawn, in another answer that I have expanded on.

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