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It is crucial to have the proper intention when reciting the first verse of Shema, even more so than during other parts of prayer.
Literally “bringing in the bride,” it refers to the mitzvah of providing bride and groom with all that they need to marry.
The young women of Jerusalem had their priorities straight, and called upon the young men to focus on what is truly important.
Mishneh Torah, Hilchot Shabbat I.
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