My 100 Brochos

Beating Corona with 100 Blessings a Day

The Predicament

Over the last few weeks, the Coronavirus has sent our comfortable and routine-orientated lives into a tailspin.  Many of us are searching for an appropriate spiritual response – a personal undertaking of some kind that will help battle this virus on a metaphysical plain.

The solution

During Dovid HaMelech’s reign, a horrific plague struck the Jewish people, killing one hundred people each day.  Dovid HaMelech, cloaked with Divine inspiration, investigated the matter and discovered its root cause.  In response, Dovid HaMelech obligated every Jewish person to recite one hundred blessings daily.  From that moment the plague stopped.

My 100 Brochos

Reciting one hundred brochos daily is both an obligation and a tremendous source of protection against a pandemic.  My 100 Brochos is a free online resource to help you undertake this essential Mitzvah during these critical times.

Ready to begin? Sign up and receive:

1. A “My 100 Brochos” chart

This chart details the number of Brochos you already say each day throughout the year and how many you have left to make it to 100.

2. Brocho Bites

Short insights into the world of Brochos, including reminders – when relevant – of how many extra brochos you will need to say.

 

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Recent Brocho Bites

Brochos Bite #5 – Keeping Brochos Fresh

Unfortunately, our brochos often fall victim to the well-known adage, “Familiarity breeds contempt.”  We become expert marksman, shooting off brochos faster than the M134 Minigun, and all without batting an eyelid.  Instead of embracing a brocho as a tool to enhance...

Brocho Bite #4 – Internalizing Hashem’s Presence

A pronoun shift is a grammatical error in which the author starts a sentence using one type of pronoun and then suddenly shifts to another. This often confuses the reader and lessens the author’s chances of winning the Nobel Prize for Literature. Yet, we quite happily...

Brocho Bite #3 – The Power of a Brocho

One of the prerequisites for attaining the full protection of the 100 Brochos vaccine is to understand the meaning of the words “Boruch atoh Hashem,” – ‘Blessed are you Hashem.’  Since Hashem lacks nothing and provides us with everything, it cannot mean that each time...

Brocho Bite #2 – Are Women Obligated to Recite 100 Brochos?

Contemporary halachic authorities argue whether women were originally included in the legislation to recite 100 brochos daily: 1.    Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Auerbach and Rabbi Wosner write that since the earlier commentators include in their daily brochos calculation...

Brochos Bite #1 – Remembering Hashem

Although medical experts claim that amnesia affects approximately 40% of people aged 65 or older, our Sages claim that amnesia affects 100% of people of all ages.  Everyone forgets about Hashem, always. Rabbi Elazar Menachem Man Shach (1899-2001) explains that...