Religion & Beliefs
Boreh Pri Ha’Ganja: What’s the Proper Blessing to Say Over Weed?
We asked three scholars and got seven different opinions Read More
In Judaism, blessings are said during certain moments to sanctify an act, like performing a religious ritual, or having a meal. There’s the famous recurring bit from Fiddler on the Roof that insists, “There is a blessing for everything.”
So, is there a bracha for getting stoned?
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