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Do U Daven Every Day?
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drrivky
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 Posted: Thu, Oct 05 2006, 1:04 pm    Post subject: Do U Daven? I keep on making a hachlata to daven every morning and it's so hard. I keep it for a few days and then forget about it till the next time I need to make a hachlata. (Won't mention chitas!) Does anybody have any tips?

Buddy
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 Posted: Thu, Oct 05 2006, 3:31 pm    Post subject: I travel to work every day (I don't drive), so that's when I daven. Otherwise, I prbobably wouldn't get to it. That, & breakfast - wouldn't happen if I didn't have to travel to work._________________Don't worry, You'll get there!

mimsy7420
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 Posted: Thu, Oct 05 2006, 3:37 pm    Post subject: re: Do U Daven? A bit of a shortened version

happymom
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 Posted: Thu, Oct 05 2006, 8:48 pm    Post subject: re: Do U Daven? I daven everyday when my baby is taking her bap. bh im able to do it. I can understand why its hard though. my mother who has alot if kids kh always davened the main parts. a woman is suppose to daven the main parts and mincha every day (if she can)

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 Posted: Thu, Oct 05 2006, 9:57 pm    Post subject: re: Do U Daven? I have not davened properly in years. This year's decision was not to eat before saying brachos each morning. BH so far so good.

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Posted: Fri, Oct 06 2006, 9:34 am    Post subject: Re: Do U Daven?

 drrivky wrote: I keep on making a hachlata to daven every morning and it's so hard. I keep it for a few days and then forget about it till the next time I need to make a hachlata. (Won't mention chitas!) Does anybody have any tips?

Start small...and work your way up. Brachos at minimum. Add Shema and SE when you can. Once you get into the habit of this 10 minute davening, it will be as natural to you to do as brushing your teeth.
If you drive, keep your Chitas in the car so you can always have it available at red lights or traffic jams or whatever else. If public transportation, say it then.
Hatzlacha!

excellent baker
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 Posted: Tue, Jan 01 2008, 11:00 pm    Post subject: davening in the morning what dou daven int he morning? I always feel my mornings are so rushed.

granolamom
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 Posted: Tue, Jan 01 2008, 11:08 pm    Post subject: I daaven brachot while we wait for the kids bus/carpool. very not ideal. then I try to get some more in once the baby goes down for a nap.

excellent baker
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 Posted: Tue, Jan 01 2008, 11:09 pm    Post subject: re: davening in the morning anyone? or no one davens any more these days

mimivan
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 12:26 am    Post subject: re: davening in the morning I say berachot and when I am in a hurry, Mah tovu, adon olam, first two paragraphs of korbanot, baruch shaamer, ashrei, yistabach, berachot before kriat Shema, Shema then Shemona Esrei, (then if I have time) most of Tachnun, some other tefillos depending on how rushed I am and then Aleinu.. I used to say all of psukei d'zimra, but I find it is difficult to go without talking while I am chasing my kids. I am also working full time now, so I am in a major hurry in the morning. There have been a few times I have only said berachot, Shema and Shemona Esrei...

grin
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 3:52 am    Post subject: re: davening in the morning like mimivan, it really depends on how rushed I am. I have my 5-min shachris: brchos, karban tamid, shema and shemone esrei, or my 10-min, when I say also baruch she'amar, asheri, yishtabach, then all of bircos krias shema also. If I feel even less rushed, I add some more psukei dizimra. Sometimes, I say less but slower - in itself a ma'ala. In any case, I feel it's important to have some kind of shachris routine. I mean, who doesn't have 5-10 min. somewhere before chatzos?!_________________Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional. (I haven't finished growing up yet; I'm still a work in progress - until 120!)

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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 6:03 am    Post subject: re: davening in the morning I was told, for women, shema Israel and personal tefilos are enough._________________ "You will have many many children and make successful shidduchim beh", rebbetzin Esther Jungreis "It's all cultural, disagree respectfully", me

TwinsMommy
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 11:39 am    Post subject: re: davening in the morning 10 minutes? I absolutely cannot get a minimum matbeah done in 10 minutes... I'm super slow. ok, that's interesting that someone mentioned tachanun.... how many do tachanun at home and not in a minyan?

grin
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 2:02 pm    Post subject: re: davening in the morning if you're slow, so say less, but I think brachos, korban tamid, shema and shemone esrei is the absolute minimum. as usual, ask your LOR. I did discover that persistance and determination were the key and then I saw the siyata dishamaya to carry it out.Last edited by grin on Wed, Jan 02 2008, 2:07 pm; edited 1 time in total

baba
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 2:05 pm    Post subject: Read the book rigshei lev, I really recommend it! It tells you exactly what our obligations are and what the priorities are in tfilot. It's really helped me, now I know exactly what to do._________________Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something. -Plato

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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 2:11 pm    Post subject: I posted about it

grin
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 2:13 pm    Post subject: re: davening in the morning I know for a fact that differnt eidot and differnet rabbanim hold very different opinions abvout women's obligations in davening. It's important to ask your own rav and not rely on a book.

chocolate moose
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 2:26 pm    Post subject: yes, he says that in the sefer too. howebver, it is an opinion to rely on.

mimivan
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Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 5:05 pm    Post subject: Re: re: davening in the morning

 rg wrote: I know for a fact that differnt eidot and differnet rabbanim hold very different opinions abvout women's obligations in davening. It's important to ask your own rav and not rely on a book.

very important point, rg...

TwinsMommy
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 Posted: Wed, Jan 02 2008, 10:00 pm    Post subject: re: davening in the morning ok I consider a minimal matbeaH more than that--- I'll look at the mentioned book, sounds good. tachanun-- raise your hand if you do it? thanks!

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