Prayer and Blessings
by Evelyn Levine
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
It is perhaps the most instantly identifiable mark of a Jew. When and why do we wear a kippah?
by Dina Coopersmith
Am I talking to a wall? And doesn’t God already know what I need?
by Charlie Harary
The message of the Kaddish prayer - remembering your mission in this world.
by The Aish Academy
by Rabbi Noah Weinberg
Do you feel like you're talking to a wall when you pray? Here's five key tools for getting your prayers answered.
by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
The primary purpose of prayer is to get close to God.
by Avi Geller
Showing gratitude for all God's goodness.
Tapping into one of the most potent forces in the universe.
by Rabbi Noson Weisz
Within the Afternoon Prayer lies the secret to our survival.
God is interested in our plans for the world and He wants to hear from us.
Prayer pierces through God's concealment and reattaches the universe to the Divine.
Prayer transforms the desire to satisfy our requests to the desire to satisfy God's requests.
The commandment to prayer bequeaths to man the sense of his own significance that enables him to perform all the other commandments with dedication.
by Rabbi Alexander Seinfeld
Blessings over food and other experiences are tools for transcendental amazement.
by Rabbi Berel Wein
Mincha is an oasis of spiritual time in a tough workday, a moment of calming nerves and focusing on priorities.
What is behind the most famous Jewish prayer?
by Rabbi Maurice Lamm
Jewish prayer is a discipline. Don't just wait for the mood to strike.
Elevating the soul of a departed loved one.
by Rabbi Irwin Katsof
Prayer is not a half-hearted ritual recitation of words; it is an outpouring of the heart.
Tefillin: Everything you need to know about those powerful black boxes, placed on the head and arm.
by David Fohrman
What happens when God doesn't answer our prayers?
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