# 3091 An Early Start Solution

Q. A few weeks ago in our morning minyan, the 10th man, fairly young, walked out of the minyan to the uproar of our daveners, some of whom are saying kaddish. 
He was coaxed back in and explained almost tearfully that he can’t keep up with the minyan and therefore misses out on Shma, and the repetition of Shomneh Esrei.
He has since quieted down and I was wondering if he couldn’t daven Korbonos at home and then come to shul and continue and by the time he reaches Shma or Shmoneh Esrei he would be in sync with the minyan.  Is that a plausible solution to his problem?
A. Horav Shlomo Miller Shlit’a indeed agrees that he should say Korbonos at home or in shul before davening, or even after davening if needed. The minyan leaders should explain or have a Rov he listens to make clear the importance and great reward for maintaining an ongoing and necessary minyan.
Rabbi A. Bartfeld as advised by Horav Shlomo Miller and Horav Aharon Miller Shlit’a

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