There is probably no activity more deeply and naturally ingrained in the human soul than prayer. the most fundamental form of service to Hashem is tefillah. As precious as the gift of prayer is, so many people are ignorant or negligent about the observation of its laws. Like any other mitzvah, prayer is regulated by numerous restrictions, and a person cannot hope to experience fulfillment of his supplications unless he follows the rules, exactly as they have been formulated.
This book's primary intent ,continuing from Vol 1, is to guide the reader through the maze of laws and customs that abound in the area of prayer. The rulings in this book are based on the decisions of the Chofetz Chaim, zt'l, as found in his classic work Mishna Brura and may occasionally differ from local custom. Any doubts that arise should be discussed with one's local rav.