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    Okiale
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    This may sound like a dumb question, but I don’t have time before school for shacaris, so can I put on tefillin and just say shema? Thanks

    #1151646
    Student of Torah
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    Daven before school

    #1151647
    Joseph
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    Can you get up earlier to daven with tefillin?

    #1151648
    feivel
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    Yes, you can. And that would be wonderful!

    But the most important thing for you to do is to find a warm and understanding orthodox Rabbi that you like and are comfortable with to ask all your questions.

    #1151649
    feivel
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    Maybe the moderators here, if you want, could email you with some names of Rabbis and/or programs in your area.

    #1151650
    mylogic37
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    Do you have ten minutes? If yes put on tefillin say Brochos, Baruch Sheomar, Ashrei, Yishtabach, Entire Shema section, Shemoneh Esrei and that’s it. You are done. Should take 8-10 minutes.

    This post is not meant for anyone to be lazy but for those who really need it.

    #1151651
    Mammele
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    I don’t think it would take only 10 minutes for someone not yet familiar with the Tefilos. Or for that matter for anyone davening at a regular speed.

    #1151652
    feivel
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    That would take me 25 minutes

    #1151653
    Joseph
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    On a slightly different note, would anyone know if someone realized later in the day (before shkia) that the tefilin he put on was pasul, when he puts on tefilin again a) how long he needs to leave them on minimally and b) what he should daven while wearing them, if he already davened mincha?

    Would it make no difference whether the shel yad and shel rosh were both posul or it was only one of the two, and should he make a bracha again on both parts of the second pair of tefilin if only one was pasul?

    #1151654
    Geordie613
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    Ask your Rav, but I would say, put on tfilin with both brochos. You could take them off right away, but if you have time say shema (1st two paragraphs that are in the tfilin) and kadesh and vehaya ki yeviacha.

    #1151655
    Geordie613
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    Btw, Okiale,

    There are NO dumb questions. Ask ask ask!!!

    #1151656

    Brochos, Baruch Sheomar, Ashrei, Yishtabach, Entire Shema section, Shemoneh Esrei and that’s it. You are done. Should take 8-10 minutes.

    Shudder.

    #1151657
    Little Froggie
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    ..Shudder..

    that’s an extra 10 seconds

    #1151658
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    #1151659
    147
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    The bottom line Okiale is, that so long as you were clad in your Tefillin even just for a split second, you have fulfilled Torah obligation of Laying Tefillin for that day. … This that we ordinarily lay Tefiilin in conjunction with prayer time; i.e. Schacharis or Mincho on Tish b’Ov, certainly doesn’t in anyway absolve you from laying Tefillin simply because you cannot pray before going to work.

    In theory you also shouldn’t eat before laying Tefillin; Hence a good reason to lay Tefillin in morning even if you don’t have time to pray; Needless to say, even if you did eat, you still have a Torah obligation to lay Tefillin, and still recite the applicable Berochos for laying Tefillin.

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