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A Man of Tefillah II


Dovid Hamelech said upon himself, “Va’ani tefillah”, “I am [a man of] Tefillah” (Tehillim 109:4), for he was in constant communion with Hashem, asking and thanking Him for everything, all day long.
A man once asked Rabbi Miller zt”l what he can do to merit having children. Rabbi Miller asked him if he davens, to which the man replied, “Of course, by every tefillah!” R’ Miller turned to the man and said, “That’s not enough; try doing it while walking on the street, and in English.” (He did, and had a child.)