Please Hashem, give me a son, and he will work for you his whole life.
Her lips are moving, but she's not saying anything!?
How long will you be drunk?
Chana is praying to Hashem and asking for a son
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Eli comes and thinks Chana is drunk because of the way she is davening.
Go in peace, and Hashem will fulfill your request
Eli is accusing Chana of davening while she is drunk
This story is meaningful to me because it shows that you should not yell accusations at people if you don't know the whole picture.
I should be careful not to accuse people of doing bad things if I'm not 100% sure that they did it.
Why is this story meaningful to me?
How does this story apply to me in real life?
Chana tells Eli that she is not drunk, and that she is davening to Hashem
Eli blesses Chana and says that Hashem will fulfill whatever her request was.