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A Prayer for Kavvanah, by Amanda Rush

https://opensiddur.org/?p=4140 A Prayer for Kavvanah, by Amanda Rush 2011-11-04 14:53:07 Hashem, as I open my Siddur, let me pray with proper kavanah. Let me pray with sincerity, paying careful attention to every word I utter. Hashem, let me concentrate with my whole being on the meaning of each and every word, sentence and prayer. Keep my mind from wandering to other subjects, and keep me from neglecting to put my heart and soul in to each and every prayer, praise and blessing. May my prayer come before You, O Hashem, at a time of grace, and may it be accepted favorably by You. Amen. Text the Open Siddur Project Amanda Rush Amanda Rush https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Amanda Rush https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Davvening North America תחינות teḥinot 21st century C.E. Openers 58th century A.M. כוונות kavvanot Opening Prayers Prayers for Praying English vernacular prayer Needing Translation (into Hebrew)
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Hashem, as I open my Siddur,
let me pray with proper kavanah.
Let me pray with sincerity,
paying careful attention to every word I utter.

Hashem, let me concentrate with my whole being
on the meaning of each and every word, sentence and prayer.
Keep my mind from wandering to other subjects,
and keep me from neglecting to put my heart and soul
into each and every prayer, praise and blessing.

May my prayer come before You, O Hashem,
at a time of grace,
and may it be accepted favorably by You.
Amen.

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