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Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

Perhaps you are thinking about a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

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Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

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Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Perhaps you are thinking about is a citation from Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, The Book of our Heritage as shown in Reciting Musaf At The Time Of Divine compassion

If an individual recites Musaf on Rosh Hashanah in his home, he should not do so during the first three hours of the day, for that is a period of Divine judgment, when God is angered by the idolaters who engage in their idolatry at this time.

The Talmud (Avodah Zarah 4b)

R. Yosef taught: An individual should not recite Musaf during the first three hours of the day on Rosh Hashanah, for during those hours the Divine judgment is stern and it is possible that an individual's actions might be scrutinized then and severe judgment passed.

Thanks to @DoubleAA for pointing to Shulchan Arukh OC 591:8 as the original source.

לא יתפלל ביחיד תפלת מוסף בראש השנה עד אחר שלש שעות היום:

The Magen Avraham does seem to say that one should be makpid even with Shacharis to not daven until the tzibur has done so.

יש ליזהר בכל השנה שלא להתפלל שחרית ביחיד בשעה ראשונה דבודאי אין הצבור מתפללין באות' שעה בזמן הזה בקיץ ובחורף הוי איפכא דלאחר ב' שעות בודאי התפללו כל המקומו' וצ"ע בזה לדינא:

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