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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

PRAYER

Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

PRAYER

Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

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Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

PRAYER

Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').

PRAYER

Prayer, the process by which we join with G-d, is the expression of our connection with the infinite. Men are required to pray at three specific times of the day, morning (shacharit), afternoon (mincha), and evening (maariv). Women are also obligated to pray but not at specified times. Additionally, men are encouraged to pray with others (called a 'minyan').