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He notes, however, that the minhag was to say the brachot in shul even if one was not obligated in a specific bracha, such as if one did not hear the rooster that morning. Ve Ha, on the other hand, argues that Birchot Ha Shachar are objective and are meant to be a praise for the regular nature of the world.Therefore, everyone should say all of the brachot even if one did not benefit from the occurrences that the brachot relate to.I am thankful for this beautiful light which illuminated my soul! I am thankful for the divinity which makes up my very being. I am thankful for awareness and the beauty of the material world. There is God within me, do not forget to treat that with respect. I am thankful for being connected to my history, my community and my home. The Rama 52:1 writes that if a person came late and did not get a chance to say Birchot Ha Shachar before davening, they should say them afterwards.
Considering that the Magen Avraham is following the Rama, why would a deaf person not be able to recite the bracha which is meant to be a praise for the nature of the world?
Since one is required to fulfill a mitzvah immediately after reciting a blessing on that mitzvah without interruption, some verses from the oral and written Torah are recited immediately following this blessing.
These include Numbers -26 (known as the Priestly Blessing), the Mishnah Peah 1:1, and Talmud Shabbat 127a.
) ("morning blessings' or "blessings [of] the dawn") are a series of blessings that are recited at the beginning of Jewish morning services.
The blessings represent thanks to God for a renewal of the day.