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Author:  Aron
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Date:  3/7/2007 6:41:00 AM
Subject:  bracha
Message:  Author: Jay
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Date: 11/14/2006 4:51:00 PM
Subject: Bracha levatala
Message: This actually happened: I'm driving on the highway while eating cake. I decide it's time to say Teffilas haderech but instead of starting with the words "yehi ratzon...", I mistakenly begin with "Baruch ata...." (including the names of hashem). Question: should I finish up the bracha with an al hamichya, or rather just same "baruch shem kavod..." (I originally intended on continuing to eat after I finished the teffilas haderech)?
Thanks for your work.

    
Reply: There is a Pasuk in Tehillim that says, "Baruch Atah Adonai Lamdenu Chukechah."

So, when you mistakenly say, "Baruch Atah Adonai," you can then say, "Lamdenu Chukechah."

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Kovod Harav,
Is it "Lamdenu" or "Lamdeni"? I was always taught it was "Lamdeni"
   
Reply:  you are correct-Lamdeni. Thanks!
YA

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