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 alex
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02/12/2018 5:29 pm  

If you want to do a prayer, there is one commanded in Deuteronomy 8:10. It applies to Canaan, but I think it can still be interpreted as a legitimate blessing after a meal no matter where you are.

So it seems that we are commanded to say a blessing after a meal, not before. And I think this is smart because a person is far more likely to be in a good mood for a blessing after a meal rather than before. Right?


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Hannah
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02/13/2018 3:06 pm  

I agree with you about that it would be better not to say any blessing, and I will not have to if I get a release from a Rabbi. If no one hears me, I do not say any blessing.

I do wash my hands with soap and water.  🙂 

I plan to get in touch with the Rabbis tomorrow.

Hannah


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Hannah
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02/13/2018 3:08 pm  

I totally agree, I do say that blessing, but often in my own words.

Hannah


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