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Alot ha'shachar (ah-loht ha-sha-char) — lit., Rising up of the dawn; daybreak, when light is first seen on the eastern horizon
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Introduction to Morning Prayers/Shacharit (Weekday): Order of Prayers
Introduction to Morning Prayers/Shacharit (Weekday): Order of Prayers
Here is a typical order of waking/morning prayers for weekdays (many...
When To Pray: Shacharit: What Time To Begin
Introduction: Shacharit: When To Begin
B’di’avad , you can say shema and amida as early as 72...
When To Pray: Shacharit: Blessings of Daybreak (Birchot HaShachar)
When To Say Blessings of Daybreak (Birchot HaShachar)
Both men and women may say birchot ha’shachar all day, until...
HaMapil
When To Say HaMapil
Ha’mapil may only be said at night, even if you normally stay...

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