Second part, minute 5
Student :You gave us an exercice, to write the daily summary of the ten, about the state of the ten.
Rav : yes, that too.
student : I think it’s a very strong exercice, but I have a question. Meanwhile, this is what we do : everyone writes something that he thinks , and from that we build the state of the ten. Is it the right way to do it? I mean : everyone is going through his own state, but is it the state of the whole ten?
Rav : Afterwards you read it to each other?
Student : We fill the form…
Rav : I gave that for everyone personally, because if you go through it, you actualy inspect yourself. You don’0t need necessarily to read it to others. It’s jus for a person to check himself.
Student : Is it something personal, or the state of the ten, as one?
Rav : No, I meant that each one does this personally. Based on the word “to pray”, which means to inspect oneself, to judge oneself. Tan we say that every ten should do it, yes, I know, so I though that maybe once a week, or when you come together… I don’t know… Maybe it’s too much on you all the time, on one hand. On the other hand, I want you to go back on track as many times a day as possible. So that you don’t end up missing.