March 9, 2011 6:53 am at 6:53 am #595576BasYisroel94Participant
OK, so this has been bugging me for a bit, and I just decided maybe I could try my luck posting on here, and seeing if someone could help me.
I dont really know the sitch with all the different nusachos… So, firstly, would someone mind explaining it to me?
In the case where theres 1 or 2 words different in a tefilla, Why is that?
And if there are whole tefillos that can be different/ added, why do some people say these extra things and some not?
Now, another question for the general public of the CoffeeRoom.
Its happened before, and is bound to happen again:
If I’ve gotta daven, but dont have a siddur on me, but I find a siddur of a different nusach, should I rather
1- use the siddur as a guide, but really say the nusach that I ‘know’ by changing words here and there,
or 2- daven completely from the other siddur, just have a different ‘minhag tefilla’ for that particular time.
I KNOW that the CoffeeRoom isn’t a posek, but is there anyone who knows what is the correct thing to do?
–BasYisroel94March 9, 2011 11:09 am at 11:09 am #748163truth be toldMember
BasYisroel94: Ask a rov or your teacher.
I think Reb Moshe paskens strongly in favor of nusach Ashkenaz, the Divrei Chaim in favor of Nusach Sefard and the Chabadskers in favor of Nusach “Ari” (based upon the teachings of the Ari Z”L, like all the other Nusach Seforad versions of the Chasidim. Only difference is in name).
use the siddur as a guide, but really say the nusach that I ‘know’ by changing words here and there,March 10, 2011 6:35 am at 6:35 am #748164BasYisroel94Participant
Thanks Truth be told. That’s what I do, and its just that it seems strange, bc, what would happen, if you don’t remember one change, but you have changed a diff part of the same tefilla, does that make the words to the tefilla wrong?
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