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  • Rachael Goldberg, a Stern College student
  • Rav Shlomo Zalman
  • Shulchan Aruch
  • Mrs.Steibel
  • Daniel Korobkin
  • Rabbi Chanina
  • Rambam
  • Eliezer Breitowitz
  • Rama
  • Rav Chiya
  • Meenzy Peenzy
  • The Mishna Berurah
  • Annza Bananza
  • Rav Safra
  • It was clear to me that as long as we view prayer as a burdensome, boring, meaningless, and rote ritual, we cannot improve our relationship with God.
  • Actually Shulchan Aruch, we are arguing the same point, so dude back off!
  • Actually, Rachael, I disagree with you. A  person who is praying must focus on the meaning of the words that he is saying and imagine that he is facing the divine presence. One must not have any distracting thoughts at all!
  • Hey Mrs.Steibel! Yo I gotta a question for you, Does kavanah come more easily for women??
  • Yo, Meenze the Peenze, Yes it does come more easily for women because they can daven whenever they want in result making up kavanah whenever they want!
  • Yooooo Eliezer? I am having a lot of issies knowing what kind of tefillah there is, can you tell me some?
  • Sure thing Daniel! The two are she'balev and incantantional. The first one is the kind of prayer where are connected to hashem emotiobally and intellectually. The second is where we hope to get a connection through the words even if we dont know them.
  • yoooo Annz, how do you think you can improve your kavanah?
  • Well I guess I can learn the words and try really hard to concentrate
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