Divine Code Daily Study for July 30, 2022
Today: Page 82
It is a logical obligation for every person to bless G-d for the benefit one receives from that which He gives to the world.
Learning to say the blessings about the right food can be a challenge at the beginning of a new life path. Therefore, it is good to study these pages carefully.
When you want to learn the blessings, the first step can be to say the general blessing:
Blessed are You, L-rd our G-d, King of the universe, by Whose word all things came to be.
When it has become a habit to say this before eating anything begin to learn the next blessing. For example, the one about the bread and so you slowly expand it.
Blessed are You - is in Hebrew - baruch ata.
Rabbi Menachem of Recanati (1223-1290), Rabenu Bachya ben Asher (1255-1340) and others3 explain that the word baruch is related to the word בריכה or הַבְּרֵכָ֖ה found in Isaiah,4 which means a reservoir of water, in which water (blessings) can be collected and then used as needed.
In this sense, when we refer to G-d as "blessed," we mean to praise G-d as the source of all blessing.
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