How can we stop a plague? There is an obligation in Jewish law for a Jew to say 100 blessings a day, which includes some of the blessings which are in our daily prayers, and blessings which are recited before performing various mitzvot through-out the day. The Tur explains why the obligation for 100 blessings a day was instituted – because of a plague that occurred in the time of King David. Rabbi Aaron Pessin shares the secret of 100 blessings a day and how it has the power to stop a plague.
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