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Dear Rabbi, If I child takes his parent’s car without permission and against the orders of his parents (thereby constituting theft), and then he drives it far enough that t’filat haderech must be recited, is he still required to recite t’filat haderech? Is there any vainness to this blessing since his travel itself is sinful? How about one who drives such a distance on Shabbat. Do they recite t’filat haderech, even though they are traveling in sin?

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I read that there’s a request to pray for an Israeli soldier who was recently critically wounded in a shooting attack. His name was given as Netanel Ilan ben Shaina Tzipora. I notice that his name mentions his mother’s name. Why is that so? Thanks.
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Dear Rabbi, thank you for your previous answer. Another question I have now in my studies is that the Torah seems to use the same word to mean both bless and kneel. "Baruch", spelled bet, resh, chaf, in various grammar forms. Is there any obvious connection between these two meanings for the same word? Thanks