The bracha of Asher Yatzar is a blessing that is said after using the bathroom. It thanks Hashem for creating the human body in a wondrous way, so that body and soul can live together in a healthy way.
Rabbi Siddur explains how Hashem’s wisdom is evident in the various workings of the human body, from the way your heart works, to your digestive system and your ability to breathe. Hashem’s intricate design allows for the miracle of eating, something we don’t think about much but affects us on a daily basis.
Did you know that the throne of glory is mentioned twice in davening? The first time is on Rosh Hashanah, one of the holiest days of the year, and the second is when saying the bracha for going to the bathroom. Learn why the bracha of Asher Yatzar is so important that it merits the mention of the throne of glory.