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The special quality of the Minchah (afternoon) prayer over the Shacharit (morning) and Maariv (evening) prayers is that it comes in the middle of the day, when people are occupied and busy with their personal affairs, yet they interrupt to pray Minchah. So this prayer is especially beloved to G-d.
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A teacher must provide every child a moment of quietness at the beginning of each day. Just to think. What will the child think? That is something the teacher must not say. Perhaps the child will ask Mom and Dad, or perhaps a grandparent. But this moment must belong to the child alone. —11 Nissan, 5744.