Shavuot

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Shavuot morning

  1. If one didn’t sleep all night one should not make the Bracha of Netilat Yadayim until he goes to the bathroom. [1] One should not learn after Olot HaShachar until he washed his hands in the morning. [2]
  2. One should not learn after Olot HaShachar until he said Brachot HaShachar. [3]
  3. Since there’s a Safek whether one must make new Torah Brachot in the morning, one shouldn’t make the Bracha but rather listen to a friend making the Brachot and intend to fulfill your obligation. [4]
  4. Alternatives that would allow one to make the Brachot according to all opinions include: 1) sleeping a little during the day (Erev Shavuot), or having in mind when you make the Brachot HaTorah Eruv Shavuot you intend only to fulfill one’s obligation until the next morning.

References

  1. Mishna Brurah 494:1
  2. S”A 4:14 says that if one was awake from before Olot HaShachar and washed his hands earlier, he should wash again at Olot HaShachar without a Bracha because of Safek. Piskei Teshuvot 494:5 says once there’s an obligation to wash one’s hands one shouldn’t learn Torah.
  3. Mishna Brurah 47:28
  4. Mishna Brurah 47:28