From tehillim that we say in Pesukei D'Zimrah, Rav Berkovits learns out how every breath we take is a Mitzvah Aseh (positive commandment). Bringing an understanding of the purpose of creation and our purpose within it.
Discussing the brachos of krias Shema, Rav Berkovits details the importance of remembering yetzias Mitzrayim (the exodus from Egypt) and explains how true greatness is measured. He moves onto how the first 3 brachos of Shemonah Esrei can help us realize who we are davening to.
Rav Berkovits continues expounding the amida. The opening blessings of our primary tefillah contains so many fundamental concepts including our relationship to the forefathers, our need for God's salvation, the role of the revival of the dead and the nature of the ideal teshuva.
In the final lecture, Rav Berkovits explores the meaning of the latter half of Shmoneh Esrei. Why does it seem so structured and not heart-based? We finish with Tachanun and Aleinu and how to conclude prayer in a meaningful fashion.