Barukh Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melekh Ha'olam....

As a Jewess I am heiress to a rich tapestry of adoration and following of the GOD of my Ancestors, Abraham, Isaac and Israel. Among the most important of our observances is the Shabbat.

The Shabbat is the seventh day of the week, the day of rest, and there are countless rules about this day (today) according to the tradition of the observer.

I always offer my prayers on the Shabbat, and my thanks are as valid to GOD as anyone else's. I do love GOD the Light of the Universe, and though I err through my humanity still I am one of His children, and I am alive because He has caused my people to exist through the Ages and their persecutions.

Va'anakhu kor'im umishtakhavim u'modim, lifnei Melekh malkhei ham'lokhim ha-Kadesh barukh Hu.

(We bend our knees, bow and acknowledge our thanks to the King who reigns over kings, the Holy One, Who is blessed.)
Anuledroan Anuledroan
18-21, F
Jan 19, 2013