Shalosh Seudos or Seudah Shlishis; which is correct?


We’ve all heard that the time of Seudah Shlishis is the “ra’ava d’ravin”, but do we know what that means? Do we know why it is so?

This week, Rabbi Krohn expounds on the halachos and minhagim of Shalosh Seudos, a mitzvah which the Shulchan Aruch cautions us to be very careful to fulfill properly. You’ll finally find out why we tend to call this meal ‘Shalosh Seudos’ instead of the more grammatically correct ‘Seudah Shlishis’ and what we can ask Hashem for when we sing Mizmor L’Dovid. Listen up to learn the optimum ways to benefit from this special time of week, both practically and spiritually.

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