Table of Contents
- Siman 11. The Laws of Tzitzis The Laws of the Tzitzis Strings
- Siman 12. Things that Invalidate Tzitzis
- Siman 13. The Laws of Tzitzis on Shabbos
- Siman 15. Whether to Transfer Tzitzis from Garment to Garment and the Law of a Ripped Talis
- Siman 17. Who is required to Wear Tzitzis.
- Siman 19. The correct time for [reciting the] Blessing over the Tzitzis
- Siman 20. The Laws of buying and selling a Tallis
- Siman 22.
- Siman 23. Laws of Tzitzis in a Cemetery
- Siman 24. The Manner of Wearing the Tzitzis and its Reward and Punishment
- Siman 25. Hilchot Tefillin The Laws of Tefillin in Detail
- Siman 26. The Law For Someone Who Has Only One "Tifila."
- Siman 28. The Laws of taking off the Tefillin
- Siman 29.
- Siman 30. The Time for Laying T'fillin
- Siman 31. The Laws of Tefillin on Shabbos & Yom Tov
- Siman 32. The Procedure of Writing Tefillin
- Siman 33. The Laws of repairing Tefillin and tlaws of the straps
- Siman 34. The Order of the Parashiyot* in the Tfillin, and the M'hadrim* who Have 2 Pairs of Tfillin
- Siman 35. The Law Concerning the Number of Lines (in the Torah Passages of Tefilin)
- Siman 36. The Exact Details of Writing the [Tefillin]
- Siman 37. The Time for putting on Tefilin
- Siman 38. Laws of Obligation in the Mitzva of Tefillin
- Siman 39. The Law as to who is Obligated in Tefillin, vs. Those who are Exempt
- Siman 39. Which people are fit to write Tefilin and from whom one may purchase them
- Siman 40. The Laws of How to Treat Tefillin in Holiness
- Siman 41. The Law of One Who Bears a Burden - How He Should Behave with Tfilin
- Siman 42. Whether It is Permitted to Change Hand-Tfillin to Head-Tfillin
- Siman 43. The laws of tefillin when entering a bathroom (cont.)
- Siman 44. The prohibition on Sleeping while wearing Tefillin.
- Siman 45. The Laws of Tefillin in a graveyard and bathhouse
- Siman 46. The Laws of the Morning Blessings
- Siman 47. Laws Concerning the Blessings for Learning Torah
- Siman 47. The Laws of Blessing on the Torah
- Siman 50. The Reason that We Say the Mishnah "Eyzehu Mkoman [What is the place...]"
- Siman 51. The Laws of Prayer from "Baruch She'amar" to "Yishtabach"
- Siman 52. The law regarding one who waited to come to the Synagogue until [they were already saying] "Yishtabach."
- Siman 58. The Laws of Reading the Shema and its Blessings
- Siman 58. Laws of Recitation of the Shema
- Siman 59. The Laws of the first blessing, "who created..."
- Siman 60. The laws of the blessings for Shema, and whether proper intentions are required
- Siman 61. The law concerning precision and concentration while reading the Shema.
- Siman 62. One who did not pronounce the Shema properly or did not read it audibly.
- Siman 63. To sit while reading Shema, and not to sleep
- Siman 64. Laws Concerning One Who Makes a Mistake in the Reading of the Shema
- Siman 65. One Who Comes to Shul and Finds the Congregation Saying Shema, or One Who Stops in the Middle of Shema.
- Siman 66. In which place may one interrupt [one's reading of the Shema] and in which place may one not interrupt
- Siman 67. When in doubt whether one has read the Shema
- Siman 68. That one should not interrupt the blessings of the Shema with Piyutim [liturgical poems]
- Siman 70. Who is exempt from reading the Shema.
- Siman 71. A mourner and those involved with the deceased are exempt from reading the Shema (cont'd).
- Siman 73. How one who sleeps with his wife and children should act
- Siman 75. One should be careful about [a woman's] uncovered hair and a woman's [singing] voice when reading the Shema, and also not to read it in the presence of nakedness.
- Siman 76. To Be Careful of Excrement While Saying the Shema
- Siman 79. One who comes across excrement when reading the Shema (continued)
- Siman 89. The Laws of Prayer and Their Proper Time
- Siman 90. The appropriate place for praying with a congregation, and the Laws of someone going on a journey
- Siman 100. One must prepare the prayers for holidays
- Siman 101. One must concentrate upon all of the blessings, and one can pray in any language.
- Siman 102. One should not stop opposite one who is praying [Shmoneh Esrei].
- Siman 102. Not to interrupt someone who is praying
- Siman 103. Someone who needs to flatulate in the middle of praying
- Siman 104. Concerning the prohibition against interrupting the Amidah [Silent Prayer]
- Siman 105. The law of a person who is praying two Amidos [Silent Prayers]
- Siman 106. Who is exempt from [the requirement of] Prayer
- Siman 107. One who is in doubt if he said the Amidah and the Law regarding voluntary prayer.
- Siman 108. The Laws of Prayer One Who Didn't Pray Because Of Error, Unavoidable Circumstances, or Deliberately.
- Siman 109. The law of how a person should conduct himself so that his silent Amidah coincides with that of the congregation.
- Siman 110. What workers, travellers and one who enters a Beis Hamedrash should pray
- Siman 111. The Law of the juxtaposition of the Redemption to the Amidah
- Siman 112. Not interrupting in the first three or final three blessings of the Amidah
- Siman 113. The Deferential Bowing During the Shmoneh Esrei
- Siman 114. The law of mentioning the wind, rain, and dew.
EMOR AND THE OMER:
A Talmid Chacham of Chilul Hashem
Rabbi Yissocher Frand - 5761
Rabbi Aron Tendler - 5759
Son of a Gaon
Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetzky - 5758
Four Types of Jews
Shlomo Katz - 5760
The Omer-Count: Power of Speech
Rabbi Pinchas Winston - 5771
Shlomo Katz - 5768
On Death and Dying
Rabbi Aron Tendler - 5763
Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetzky - 5760
Teaching By Example
Rabbi Yochanan Zweig - 5771
Make your teachers proud!
Shlomo Katz - 5771
The Omer and Holiness
Rabbi Pinchas Winston - 5774
Fresh Miracles or Stale Bread
Rabbi Naftali Reich - 5774
The Gap Between Physical and Spiritual
Rabbi Yaakov Menken - 5758
Rabbi Berel Wein - 5772
Rabbi Yissocher Frand - 5764
Prisms of Light - Reflections From a Shattered Glass
Rabbi Naftali Reich - 5773