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Prayer

 

Prayer is the second four-way cycle path to God essential Jewish tradition. As it is written "and wants doe water springs, so my soul I want Thee O God" (Psalm 42.2). In the Torah and the prophets we find various forms of prayer and hymns of gratitude but the essential idea that emerges is that a spontaneous enthusiasm and mysterious man pushes him to a thirst for knowledge that comes from inside forever. Prayer is always individual and collective but it may be sincere but it is not allowed as public prayer than when it brings together a major forum for 10 people in religious terms. This value of collective prayer is often evident in texts because "collective prayer is always fulfilled." Time for prayer is performed in three essential steps of the day: morning, noon and evening.


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