Interesting topic? Lately I've realized that like, if I didn't have to, then I probably wouldn't say the Obligatory prayer each day. I'll be sitting in my room and it'll be like "ugh the sun's setting, time to go pray"... now to me that seems like a problem. Shouldn't I want to say the obligatory prayer? I mean each day I painstakingly (not that it's painful or anything, maybe that's the wrong adjective) get up to go wash my hands and face before saying the short obligatory prayer. And I'm just tired of saying it. It's the same thing every day, so monotonous. I know there's a medium and a long one, but the long one is just so... long, and the medium one doesn't quite fit my schedule on most days. So I feel pretty confined to the short one, and I guess I'm not even patient enough for that, let alone one of the longer ones. What do you think? Praying, I feel like, is something that a true Baha'i should want to embrace. I guess I'm just too young and impatient to enjoy sitting quietly in prayer?