Notice to Our Readers
It has come to our attention that an example given in a recent
article about waiting in line could be misunderstood. One of
the illustrations of the principles discussed at length in the
article was an adult who was under time pressure to go to
daven faced with a line of school children who were not
in a rush. It was not a real situation but an example chosen
The example was not meant to imply that adults can always go
ahead of children or that the time of children is inherently
less valuable than the time of adults. It can certainly be the
case that children are in a bigger rush than adults and the
din would change accordingly, as based on the
principles elaborated in the article.
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