Eruvin 54 – עירובין נד

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

If a person is worthy, Hashem grants his desires, without him needing to ask for them.  We learn elsewhere that Tefillah is an end in itself, not merely a means of acquiring needs (there are needs in order to necessitate Tefillah) – so why is precluding the need to ask considered something advantageous?

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Eruvin 54 – עירובין נד

If a person is on worthy, Hashem grants his desires, without him needing to ask for them.  We learn elsewhere that Tefillah is an end in itself, not merely a means of acquiring needs (there are needs in order to necessitate Tefillah) – so why is precluding the need to ask considered something advantageous?

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