Thursday, October 28, 2010

Davening At Home

"I am sorry I couldn't make it to minyan yesterday, my yetzer hara got the best and told me to stay inside where it was warm and dry", Yosef explained.

Hearing this, the rabbi responded, "Yosef, don't you understand that the same G-d who tells you to come to minyan is the same G-d who makes it rain?"


At October 28, 2010 at 12:24:00 PM EDT, Blogger Anarchist Chossid said...

“Today G-d wanted me to daven b’avoida, b’arichus.”


At October 28, 2010 at 8:18:00 PM EDT, Blogger Dan said...

On Tuesday, Hashem wanted us to daven shacharis in the dark at the Yeshiva (because the power was out for about three hours). We did it, and it felt wonderful to do it like they would have back 150 years ago, minus the linoleum floors etc.

At October 28, 2010 at 10:21:00 PM EDT, Blogger Neil Harris said...

So true. Prior to the death of my father a"h I wasn't a big fan of minyan. I went twice a day, but it was always a struggle. However, I saw in myself, as I worked hard to say Kaddish w/ a minyan 3 times a day, my Yetzer would come up with many ways to stop my plans.

At November 3, 2010 at 10:46:00 AM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tefillah, whether it was based on the avos communicating with Hakodesh baruch hu or whether it be based on Karbanos were NOT done with others --it was done Beyachid. Maybe it's not the Yetzer Harah convincing you to stay home and daven but rather your Yetzer Hatov trying to get you to follow the Torah.


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