Tag Archives: Tefilla

The Levers Called Prayer

If ever you want candies galore The place to head to is a candy store Rows and rows of jars and bins All with yummy candies withinBut, wait, my friend, how do you go about Making sure the candies slide … Continue reading

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Why G-d Loves Prayers of Righteous

In previous Torah portions, we learned of the childlessness of Yitzchok and Rivka.  We are taught they did not have children right away, just as Sara.  And in this week’s Torah portion, we learn that Rochel did not have children … Continue reading

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Ten types of prayer — one being v’eschanan

This week’s Torah portion is called v’eschanan.  Moshe relates to the Jews how he pleaded and begged G-d to be allowed to cross the Jordan and see Eretz Yisroel. V’eschanan – RASHI:  Even though Tzadikim have merits, they daven for … Continue reading

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After polluting my mind with garbage…

I try to stand in prayer                         heart with You mind encompassing                         YET, visions of forbidden flick on and off like Gentile holiday lights on  December nights Scenes from movies, more vivid,             reel-life flashes staticate – interfere – … Continue reading

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