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Minchah (afternoon prayer)

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Minchah (afternoon prayer): (lit. “the offering”); afternoon prayer service
Time Out!
You’re in the middle of it all, the traffic rages, the phones won’t leave you in peace, and adrenalin races through every vein. It takes courage to tell the world to stop while you chat with its Maker.
Eliezer’s Mission, Eliezer’s Prayer, Rebekah at the Well, Rebekah and Isaac Marries
The Afternoon Prayer is a special gift to G-d
The Afternoon Prayer is a special gift to G-d
Ezra also instituted that there be an additional communal reading every Shabbat during the afternoon Minchah service. Here's why . . .
We have been tempted during these past hours to cut corners, tell fibs, and succumb to anger and give in to temptation.
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world stop what they’re doing—working, driving, talking—to come together.
Something Spiritual on Parshat Chayei-Sarah
The time to stop and refocus ourselves amidst the daily grind.
“And Isaac went forth to pray in the field towards evening, and he lifted his eyes and saw, and behold, camels were approaching.” (Genesis 24:63) In the painting the solitary figure of Isaac stands immersed in prayer, integrated in the landscape which sur...
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