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Tip Three- Bring stuff to read
No matter how prepared you are with the prayers, one thing is for sure- you will get bored. So here is a trick. Plan ahead and bring stuff to read. I always do this myself. There are lulls and down time and reading something that will inspire you can make all the difference. I recommend going to aish.com and finding something to print out and bring along. Simple tip but it can go a long way. Click here for some great article on Rosh Hashanah
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Posted on: Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
Author: Rabbi David
About: For more and more students in the Chicago area, Rabbi David is like a personal tour guide into the world of Jewish thought. He is passionate about elucidating timeless Jewish texts to the contemporary mind and leading each student on his or her own personal spiritual journey. His inspiring and insightful teaching style, coupled with his sense of humor and warm approach, has attracted hundreds of students since he began teaching on the North Shore 12 years ago. Rabbi David and Ali have five children, and currently reside in West Rogers Park in Chicago.