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I, in an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer, would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). Can anyone recommend something online for this?

I've been inspired by a story I read of R.Elyah Lopian: A non-religious Jew who went to visit Rabbi Lopian's yeshiva during prayer time was asked afterwards about what he saw and replied: "everyone was praying except for the Rabbi who was talking with someone". However, after trying this, I found I didn't understand enough some of what I was uttering of the shemonei esrei.

UPDATE: to clarify, looking for pshat type analysis, like the malbim on tanach

I, in an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer, would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). Can anyone recommend something online for this?

I've been inspired by a story I read of R.Elyah Lopian: A non-religious Jew who went to visit Rabbi Lopian's yeshiva during prayer time was asked afterwards about what he saw and replied: "everyone was praying except for the Rabbi who was talking with someone". However, after trying this, I found I didn't understand enough some of what I was uttering of the shemonei esrei.

UPDATE: to clarify, looking for pshat type analysis, like the malbim on tanach

I, in an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer, would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). Can anyone recommend something online for this?

UPDATE: to clarify, looking for pshat type analysis, like the malbim on tanach

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I, in an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer, would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). Can anyone recommend something online for this?

I've been inspired by a story I read of R.Elyah Lopian: A non-religious Jew who went to visit Rabbi Lopian's yeshiva during prayer time was asked afterwards about what he saw and replied: "everyone was praying except for the Rabbi who was talking with someone". However, after trying this, I found I didn't understand enough some of what I was uttering of the shemonei esrei.

UPDATE: to clarify, looking for pshat type analysis, like the malbim on tanach

I, in an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer, would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). Can anyone recommend something online for this?

I've been inspired by a story I read of R.Elyah Lopian: A non-religious Jew who went to visit Rabbi Lopian's yeshiva during prayer time was asked afterwards about what he saw and replied: "everyone was praying except for the Rabbi who was talking with someone". However, after trying this, I found I didn't understand enough some of what I was uttering of the shemonei esrei.

I, in an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer, would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). Can anyone recommend something online for this?

I've been inspired by a story I read of R.Elyah Lopian: A non-religious Jew who went to visit Rabbi Lopian's yeshiva during prayer time was asked afterwards about what he saw and replied: "everyone was praying except for the Rabbi who was talking with someone". However, after trying this, I found I didn't understand enough some of what I was uttering of the shemonei esrei.

UPDATE: to clarify, looking for pshat type analysis, like the malbim on tanach

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In an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). can anyone recommend something online for this?

Inspired by a story I read of R.Elyah Lopian: A non-religious Jew who went to visit Rabbi Lopian's yeshiva during prayer time was asked afterwards about what he saw and replied: "everyone was praying except for the Rabbi who was talking with someone"

  after trying this, I found I didn't understand enough some of what I was uttering of the shemonei esrei

I, in an attempt to improve kavana (intent) in prayer, would like to study a perush (commentary) which explains the shemonei esrei in details (pshat of each word and maybe a bit more). Can anyone recommend something online for this?

I've been inspired by a story I read of R.Elyah Lopian: A non-religious Jew who went to visit Rabbi Lopian's yeshiva during prayer time was asked afterwards about what he saw and replied: "everyone was praying except for the Rabbi who was talking with someone". However, after trying this, I found I didn't understand enough some of what I was uttering of the shemonei esrei.

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