"G-d Wants Us NOT To Daven"
Chabakuk Elisha commenting on I Don't Have Any Answers:
The Slavuta printers, while in jail for the trumped up charges against them, found themselves in the predicament of being unable to daven. The cause for this was that they were in a single cell with many prisoners - common thieves and the like - with no bathroom. Instead they entire cell would share a pail to relive themselves in, and needless to say it was full of human waste.
Due to these circumstances, it was halachically forbidden to daven there. One of the brothers (I don't remember which one) was so depressed about this that he just sat there crying. His brother asked him for the reason for his tears, and the reply was that he was devastated that he couldn't not daven properly. The brother replied: "There is nothing to cry about! We daven because G-d wants us to, but in this case G-d wants us NOT to daven. Therefore, by not davening properly, we are fulfilling the same goal - fulfilling G-d's desire! This isn't something to cry over - it's something to celebrate!
With that, the brother picked up his brother and they began to sing and dance in ecstasy. The cell mates watched this and ask for the cause for celebration, and the Shapiro brothers pointed to the pail. The cell mates didn't understand the significance, but they too began to sing and dance, until the noise was so great that the guards came running to investigate the matter further. The guards looked around and demanded to know what was going on - to which everyone pointed to the refuse pail.
In anger the guards grabbed the pail and removed it from the room - ending the celebration. As calm returned to the cell, the brother tells the formerly depressed brother "Well, brother, now you can put on your teffilin and daven."