ABRIDGED PRAYERS FOR THE NATIONS
Someone who does not feel an inner urge to pray, or someone who is short in time, can ercite the following abridged prayers with an easy heart and clear conscience, and his prayer will find favor before Him who hears the prayers of all hearts. These foundations of prayer for all peoples are based on an arrangement recommended by Rabbi Yoel Schwartz of Jerusalem, a member of the New Sanhedrin.
ABRIDGED PRAYER FOR WEEKDAYS
In the Morning, upon Arising:I give thanks to You, everlasting King, who has compassionately restored my soul within me; great is Your faithfulness. And I also thank You for providing man with his needs, and for granting him wisdom, so that he can know Your greatness, and know how to carry out his mission in life.