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Are you frum and do you daven daily?

I'm frum and I (mostly) daven with a minyan 3x a day
72 (59%)
I'm frum and I (mostly) daven without a minyan 3x a day
13 (10.7%)
I'm frum and I (mostly) daven daily
20 (16.4%)
I'm frum and I (mostly) don't daven every day
12 (9.8%)
I'm not frum and I (mostly) daven daily
1 (0.8%)
I'm not frum and I (mostly) don't daven daily
4 (3.3%)

Total Members Voted: 122

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Re: Do you Daven?
« Reply #285 on: January 12, 2018, 11:04:30 AM »
(For example, if hypothetically the only option to pray is to stroll through such an area for an extended period of time so that looking is unavoidable, one would presumably not be allowed to pray).

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Re: Do you Daven?
« Reply #286 on: January 13, 2018, 01:49:56 PM »
Cant believe I've missed out on this whole conversation.

My personal experience was ehen i was younger i struggled with mincha and maariv but shachris was always in shul. That doesnt necessarily mean with minyan but it was in shul.

As I got older, my kids going to minyan has strengthened my attendance. Hoe can a father see his kids not miss one minyan from age 12 on and not be inspired.

I hear and see so many "fake frum" just wear the uniform and do none of the work required and expected of someone who wears the uniform.
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