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Kitzur Shulchan Aruch Series by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz שליט׳א

Part 3

Since 1864, Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried's Kitzur Shulchan Aruch has been one of the world's most widely used Halachic guides for daily Jewish living. No work of Halachah has been reprinted so many times in so many countries. The Kitzur Shulchan Aruch is the definitive text for studying all of the basic Jewish laws that have been in regular practice for centuries.

Kitzur Shulchan Aruch: The Laws of preparing for Prayer

#68. Dressing the part:

#69. United Nation, United Prayers:

#70. The prohibition of davening when you need to use the restroom:

#71. The importance of washing your hands before praying:

#72. Keeping your hands clean:

#73. The obligation to daven with a minyan:

 

Kitzur Shulchan Aruch: Introduction to the Laws of Shema.

#74. Introduction to the Laws of Shema:

#75. The earliest time to recite the Shema:

#76. The latest time to recite the Shema:

#77. Reciting Shema while sitting or standing:

#78. The proper intention while reciting Shema:

#79. Pausing during the Shema when it's necessary:

#80. Staying focused while saying Shema:

 

Kitzur Shulchan Aruch: The Laws of Shemone Esrei.

#81. Pausing during the Shema when it's necessary:

#82. Standing 3 steps backwards & 3 steps forward in preparation for the Shemoneh Esrei:

#84. Understanding the words of Shemoneh Esrei:

#85. The angelic Shemoneh Esrei:

#86. The silence of the Shemoneh Esrei:

#87. Can you hold a Siddur while praying Shemoneh Esrei?:

#88. Yawning, excess saliva & the falling Tallis:

#89. Directing your prayers towards the Gates of Heaven:

#90. The art of bowing:

#91. The final bow:

#92. 3 Steps back, staying in place, when to move:

#93. Minimizing the distractions during Shemoneh Esrei:

#94. The last words: