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Halacha - Brachot
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

You are right that the beracha of Oseh Maaseh Bereshis is not limited to salty oceans and would also apply to any impressively large body of water. If you saw one such lake and than a different one that created new inspiration you would say a new beracha even within 30 days of the first body of water, and therefore you would not restart your count for the first lake.

posted:2008-07-09 22:48:55

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