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Question 5 years 4 months ago #555

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I was asked this question... what would YOU respond?

Is trying to daven still davening?
'A person can't decide to sit on the sidelines in this world. Once we're born, we're on the playing field that means we have to pick up that ball of life's challenges and begin running with it towards our goal'
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Question 5 years 4 months ago #557

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YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You want me to pass it on for others responses? But yes, yes, and yes again.
Prayer is connection. Trying to pray is trying to build that connection - ergo, connection...
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Question 5 years 3 months ago #564

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Okay,
So I asked some people.
I received the same answer. 1 person said that it's just semantics. Trying is all that is needed.
Another replied that in life the effort is all that is needed, the outcome isn't up to you
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Question 5 years 3 months ago #565

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One of my teachers said a beautiful vort last week about how all out tefillos that arent with kavanah or that we cant do are saved in a jar till we have one tefillah with kavanah then they all go flying straight throgh to G-d. thought that was a beautiful idea to know i can still daven. and Hashem will hear my tefillah twice once without the kavana and then with one true tefillah i rebring all my tefillos to G-d...
Before I knew the best part of my life had come, it had gone…
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