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Forgotten Bracha and Counting: Can You Make Up for Missing the Sefirah on Friday?

Forgotten Bracha and Counting: Can You Make Up for Missing the Sefirah on Friday?

When One Forgets to Recite the Bracha on a Friday and the Actual Counting for That Day

The Scenario

Imagine this: you've forgotten not only to recite the bracha on a Friday, but also the actual counting for that day. Then, after going to the synagogue to accept an early Shabbat, you suddenly remember. The question then arises - can you count the missing sefirah before it turns dark so that you can continue counting with a blessing?

Submitted by Pesach Bernstein

This query was sent in via email by Pesach Bernstein, who is seeking clarity on this particular situation.

What's Your Take?

This situation presents an interesting dilemma. It's a reminder of how the observance of religious rituals requires not only faith but also mindfulness. It also raises questions about the flexibility of these rituals and the possibility of making up for missed steps. What do you think about this? Share your thoughts with your friends and spark a discussion.

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