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Don't Push It Off!

In light of the previous post it is worthwhile reviewing a halacha related to asher yatzar. How long does one have to say it after relieving oneself?

Well, that depends on your origin. If you are Ashkenazi then it SHOULD be recited immediately but you still have up until the next time you feel the need to "go" to make the bracha.

Sefardim should also say it immediately but have only up until a half hour [and some say 72 minutes]. After that - too late.

Chassidus teaches that "It's never too late" - but that is talking about teshuva and not brachos.

Love and blessings!!

So once you need to "go again" you can't say Asher Yatzar?


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