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Letter: A beautiful sight

I recently started working and have come across a beautiful thing.

In middle of the day, no matter what their in middle of, the office clears out and everyone goes to the conference room to daven Mincha. Not only that, but I’ve davened in a few places, and what a beautiful sight to walk into a conference room and see the table covered with seforim.

One office has a daf yomi shiur every day, another has a Halacha shiur, another has a short shiur after Mincha. Ashreuni ma tov chelkeinu, we show Hashem what is really most important to us.

While you may reading this and thinking, what is the big deal, this the regular, I just want to point out how special that is, and how that alone is special. I have also gained a new meaning to Mincha because of this. I look around the room and see how people are really talking to Hashem, I just think what deal are they in middle of, what is going wrong that has to be fixed. How beautiful it is and what a special opportunity it is to have a Mincha, when we stop in middle of what were doing and turn to our Father Hashem, and pour out our heart and ask for His help and success in whatever we need, what a warm and special feeling it is.

(Via letters@thelakewoodscoop.com)

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