Sometimes one can recite the prayers with love and fear, and great hitlahavut (fervor; burning enthusiasm), without moving at all, so that to another it may appear that he is saying the words without any deveikut (attachment to God). 1 [When strongly attached to God] one can serve Him with the soul [alone], with immense and great love [of God]. 2 This is the best kind of worship. It proceeds faster, with greater deveikut to God, than prayer that is externally visible in the limbs. 3 Kelipah (“husk”; force of evil) cannot attach itself to this [ideal] prayer, because it is altogether inward.