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Your Favorite Time of the Week


   by Reb Gutman Locks
       Your Favorite Time of the Week

 

     I asked, "What is your favorite time of the week?" Almost everyone answered, "Shabbos." Then I asked, "What time on Shabbos?"     

     Their answers were all very interesting. But first, what is your favorite time of the week? After you recall that, then you can go on and read what they said.

     What is so interesting about asking this question is you bring people to recall something they love, and when they do that you see their faces recalling joy. It is a very warm thing to do.

      Here are the responses I received:

  Shabbos morning, the prayers and everything…

  Kaballas Shabbos… When Shabbos first comes in.

  Friday night… I can catch up on my much-needed sleep.

  Shabbos morning after davening when we make kiddush in Shul and I am with all my buddies.

  Shabbos afternoon, nap time.

  I don't know. I have to think about it.

 1:30 until 5:30 in the mornings.

  Early Shabbos morning at the Kotel when I come and set up for the minyan.

  Shabbos night dinner with the family.

  Shabbos afternoon…the third meal.

  Shabbos morning meal.

  7:00 o'clock in the morning on Shabbos. No one is up yet. It's totally quiet. I love it.

  Late Friday afternoon… work is over.

     Each of us seems to have his or her own special time of the week when we enjoy what we are doing the most.

     Indeed, Shabbos is a wonderful gift to the Jewish people. Thank You.

 

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