micha at aishdas.org
Mon Feb 24 12:45:19 PST 2020
On Tue, Feb 11, 2020 at 10:34:55PM +0000, Rich, Joel via Avodah wrote:
> Why did chazal consider davening at haneitz as preferable? What's best
> practice for someone who wakes up two hours before haneitz (when should
> they daven? what else should they do?)?
Are you asking why AkhG set Shacharis during the first third of the day,
and thus from sunrise to noon? Or why chazal say the best time to daven
is at the beginning of that time range?
Davening after amud hashachar and before haneitz or from the fourth hour
to chatzos is only bedi'eved.
So haneitz is zerizim maqdimin to be yotzei lekhat-chila.
I presume you're asking something deeper, but I am missing it.
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