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Suppose one works in a non-Jewish office environment with rooms that can be used for prayer.

Should one wait till one arrives at home and pray Mincha there at leisure or do it at work earlier when the preferred time arrives but hurriedly?

Also, one may not arrive home before sunset, and in those cases, end up missing Mincha entirely.

Suppose one works in a non-Jewish office environment with rooms that can be used for prayer.

Should one wait till one arrives at home and pray there at leisure or do it at work earlier when the preferred time arrives but hurriedly?

Suppose one works in a non-Jewish office environment with rooms that can be used for prayer.

Should one wait till one arrives at home and pray Mincha there at leisure or do it at work earlier when the preferred time arrives but hurriedly?

Also, one may not arrive home before sunset, and in those cases, end up missing Mincha entirely.

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Should Ione wait till I amone arrives at home and pray there at leisure or do it at work earlier when the preferred time arrives but hurriedly?

At work, I sometimes feel I can't say the Shmone Eisre with enough devotion and take my time. If I wait till home, sometimes it would not possible to say Mincha before sunset to boot, another consideration.

I work in a non-Jewish office environment. I slip into one of many empty meeting rooms (semi-occluded) to say Mincha and Maariv, but feel hurried when I pray that way, also because I hear the business buzz around me (even with earplugs).  

Should I wait till I am home and pray there at leisure or do it at work earlier when the preferred time arrives but hurriedly?

At work, I sometimes feel I can't say the Shmone Eisre with enough devotion and take my time. If I wait till home, sometimes it would not possible to say Mincha before sunset to boot, another consideration.

Suppose one works in a non-Jewish office environment with rooms that can be used for prayer.

Should one wait till one arrives at home and pray there at leisure or do it at work earlier when the preferred time arrives but hurriedly?

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Pray hurriedly as soon as time comes for mincha/maariv arrives or wait but pray with more kavanah

I work in a non-Jewish office environment. I slip into one of many empty meeting rooms (semi-occluded) to say Mincha and Maariv, but feel hurried when I pray that way, also because I hear the business buzz around me (even with earplugs).

Should I wait till I am home and pray there at leisure or do it at work earlier when the preferred time arrives but hurriedly?

At work, I sometimes feel I can't say the Shmone Eisre with enough devotion and take my time. If I wait till home, sometimes it would not possible to say Mincha before sunset to boot, another consideration.