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According to My Rav Say Elokai Neshama, Bircat HaTorah, and Bircat HaShachar Say Baruch She'Amar, Ashrei, and Yishtabach If you can put on tallit and tefillin, and say just the above passages, in the time that it takes the rest of the minyan to say all of Psukei D'Zimra, then it's better to do so, in order to pray with a minyan. This is assuming that ...


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Siman 52 in Shulchan Aruch is all about the Halachos of which parts of Pesukei D'zimra to skip if one comes late to shul. From the first Mishna Berura there it is apparent that the motivation for skipping parts of Pesukei D'zimra is in deference to the value of davening Shmone Esrei together with the rest of the congregation. Being that that is the case, I ...


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There is a source which says that when one davens he need not know the meaning of the words. The O Ch Mishna Berura 101 [14] on the law about praying in any language says “But in Hebrew, one performs one's obligation even if he does not understand the language”. O Ch 101 speaks about the Amidah. The Shaar Hatziyun there refers to O Ch 62 which ...


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Learn kuntres hateffilah from the Rebbe Rashab Z"L. It explains it in detail and it is not a very big maamar. Let me know if this helps.


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The Shulchan Aruch (Orach Chaim 5-1): When one says a blessing, he should have in mind the meaning of the words. When one says the name (of G-d), he should have in mind the meaning of what he is saying[1]. When one mentions the Lordship of G-d, he should have in mind that he is the master of everything. When it is written yud-kay-vav-kay, he ...


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As a general rule, one has to concentrate on the meaning of the words, as the Shulchan Aruch says in Siman 5 - סימן ה - כונת הברכות: יְכַוֵּן בַּבְּרָכוֹת פֵּרוּשׁ הַמִּלּוֹת The Shulchan Aruch then tells us what tink about when mentioning Hashem's names: , כְּשֶׁיַּזְכִּיר הַשֵּׁם יְכַוֵּן פֵּרוּשׁ קְרִיאָתוֹ בְּאַדְנוּת, שֶׁהוּא אֲדוֹן הַכֹּל ...



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