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Amidah: Shemoneh Esrei

Amidah: Shemoneh Esrei

Part 3: The Plea – Communal Requests

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Amidah: Shemoneh Esrei 3: Part 3: The Plea – Communal Requests

Next comes the story of redemption, leading up to the ultimate prayer in the temple of a rebuilt Jerusalem.
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Gene SOuth Dakota July 4, 2017

Thank you Rabbi
You have clarified "merit" for my understanding. ie I have made application Reply

Anonymous November 25, 2013

I can't thank you enough for how helpful these reflections on the bracha/ deepening kavanah during the Amidah have been. I really needed some guidance to help me focus and to come to *honest* realization I am stepping into Hashem's presence when I pray. Thanks again. Reply

Anonymous charlotte, nc November 17, 2009

Great Thanks for the teachings Understanding my place in these most beautiful prayers is what you have imparted in this teaching. This would be wonderful as a
JLI course. Reply

In order to give one’s words wings with which they may fly, we endeavor to infuse them with meditative intentions. Learning to inspire prayer with meditation greatly enhances the experience and imbues it with enhanced meaning and reach. This series offers guided meditations appropriate to everyday prayer.
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