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Rosh Hashana Prayer Skills II



The second most important idea to note is I should not say the Hebrew and then the English and while I’m saying the English or reading the English think about what it means what I have already said, but rather I should first look at the English if I’m davening in Hebrew or first look at the words, even if I am davening in English and know what I am about to say before I say it. So instead of saying, Ata Gibor le’olam Hashem, let me look – You are eternally mighty, my Lord. Say, look, I know I am about to say You are eternally mighty my Lord, think about it. What does that mean, eternally mighty? And then say the words, the words become much more powerful and effective.

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