A tallit, a prayer shawl, can cover a person in their private conversation with the Almighty. As I sat in prayer, covered by my tallit, I was struck by how the tallit shields me and helps to hold my attention. It's a prayer catcher! The 'wings' recall the cherubim and seraphim of the Tabernacle and the tallit's position recalls that the Seraphim stand in Praise. This picture is about the parts of my heart I'm not hearing. What's your process and kavanah (direction of your heart) in praying? Do you expect G-d will hear you even when you're unclear?
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