Prayer Class Class 005 Modeh Ani Part 01

Rabbi Krasnianski Prayer Class Podcast

27-12-2020 • 37 mins

0:00 Class 005 Modeh Ani Part 01 - 1:14 The first thing a jew does when he/ she wakes up in the morning.- 1:46 In the times of the Talmud they upon wake up they immediately started with the blessing, but we can only say a prayer but not a blessing. - 3:52 Way can we say a prayer but not a blessing upon waking up? - 4:15 Why is Modeh Ani a pryer? we’re not asking for anything, we’re just praising G-d. - 4:38 The Talmud layout the order of prayer: Praise, Petition, and Thanks. - 5:57 Rabbe Saadia Gaoen writes that each of the 3 parts (Praise, Petition, and Thanks) also be considered as a prayer. He brings proof from Chanah’s prayer (in the book of Shemuel). - 7:10 How do you fulfill the Mitzvah of prayer on Shabbat? (we’re not allowed to petition for our personal needs) - 8:36 How will we pray when Mashiach will come? (we will need to petition for anything at that time), yet the Rabbis says the only sacrifice left will be the thanksgiving sacrifice. - 10:07 The Alter Rebbe’s introduction to the first prayer (upon waking up). - 10:29 Modeh Ani - 10:50 The correct way to read the Modeh Ani - 11:21 Handing our souls to G-d, handover a tired soul and we get back a fresh soul. - 12:03 Why there’s a dot between the Modeh Ani and ‘Your faithfulness is great’? Everything is contained in the dot of the Modeh Ani.  - 13:59 What is the meaning of Modeh Ani? (Thanking but also Admitting)  - 16:18 A jew immediately makes a connection between waking up and the reality of G-d. From me to you. From the microcosm to the Macrocosm. - 18:41 The foundation of Judaism is thanking, we are guests in G-d’s word, and we can’t thank him enough. I don’t own anything. - 21:26 Why is the first moment of a Jew is the conscious of thanking G-d? Why we say the Modeh Ani even without G-d’s name? - 23:52 Explaining the deeper meaning of what the ‘Modeh Ani’ is about. The Halachic differentiation between a Mitzvah and a sin. If a Jew does a sin without intention it is not considered a valuation, but a Mitzvah without intention is considered a fulfilled Mitzvah (examples: stepping on the grass on Shabbat, leading a moseyed animal through a shortcut, forcing the Kohen to divorce)

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