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What if the Shema were written by Doctor Seuss?
A Dr. Seuss interpretation of the v'ahavtah
Refuah Sheleimah (Prayer and song)
An original melody excerpted from the prayer for healing
A grandparent Shabbat to be held in synagogue once or twice a year for all those who have become grandparents during the previous year
Kiddush Over Wine
Blessing over wine, said at all joyous gatherings. Included are masculine and feminine blessings and a non-gendered blessing by liturgist Marcia Falk.
Sephardic traditions imbuing food with meaning
Ki Orech Yamim: wishes for a long life
From Proverbs 3:2
Asher Yatzar (The One who forms)
A prayer of gratitude for our bodies: for men, women, intersex, transgender people and everybody else
A New Morning Prayer
Poetic interpretation of the morning blessings
"And then all that has divided us will merge/ And then compassion will be wedded to power/ And then softness will come to a world that is harsh and unkind."
Prayer for Peace
Attributed to Rabbi Nachman of Bratzlav