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Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi

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SECTION 624 The Order [to be Followed] on the Night at the Close of Yom Kippur. (1–15) 1 [After Neilah] the Evening Service is recited. The Hebrew phrase Motzaei Yom Kippur is translated in the above heading as “the night at the close of Yom Kippur.” This...
SECTION 623 The Order of the Neilah Service. (1–[12]) 1 In communities in which Ashrei and U’Va LeTziyon are recited before the Afternoon Service, Ashrei should be repeated before [the concluding service called] Neilah, in order to signify a break between...
SECTION 622 The Order of the Afternoon Service. (1–6) 1 The hymn Ein k’Elokeinu is not recited after the Mussaf prayers as is done on other Shabbasos and festivals. The rationale is that [this hymn] was instituted primarily to take the place of the interm...
SECTION 621 The Order of the Torah Reading and [the Laws Relating to] a Circumcision on Yom Kippur. (1–17) 1 [After The above heading relates only to subsections 1-6; most of the present section deals with Mussaf, the Avodah, and related subjects. the Mor...
SECTION 620 The Desirable Custom of Shortening the Morning Service [on Yom Kippur]. (1–2) 1 It is preferable not to prolong Shacharis, the Morning Service, so that [the congregation] will make haste and will be able to recite the Mussaf prayers before six...
SECTION 619 The Order of [the Prayers on] the Night of Yom Kippur. (1–18) 1 Before the prayer service on the night of Yom Kippur, a limited reprieve This concept cannot be translated by one unequivocal word, because some of the classical authorities, incl...
SECTION 618 Laws Relating to a Sick Person on Yom Kippur. (1–18) 1 [The following principles apply with regard to] a sick person who says, “I need to eat” Yoma 82a, 83a. — even when he does not say that if he does not eat, [his life] might be endangered. ...
SECTION 617 Laws Relating to Pregnant and Nursing Women, and Women after Recent Childbirth, on Yom Kippur. (1–5) 1 Pregnant and nursing women must complete the fast on Yom Kippur. Pesachim 54a. 2 [The following laws apply if] a pregnant woman smells [the ...
SECTION 616 At What Age Should Children Begin to Fast. (1–11) 1 It was not ordained that children [are required to refrain from] any of the activities that are prohibited on Yom Kippur solely because they involve “affliction.” Accordingly, an adult is per...
SECTION 615 Laws Relating to [the Prohibition against] Marital Relations on Yom Kippur. (1–2) 1 We have already explained Sec. 611:2. that marital relations are forbidden on Yom Kippur. A person feels little restraint with regard to his wife, and it is ve...
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