A complete guide to the history, prayers and themes of the High Holy Days.Known as Selah na (please forgive), the poem was written by the thirteenth- century Rabbi Meir ben Barukh of Rothenburg. ... Israel is aquot;Your children, aquot; aquot;Your beloved, aquot; aquot;Your servants, aquot; aquot;Your flock. ... the bloodbath in York took place.23 The poem is an alphabetical acrostic, and each line is divided into three parts: the last anbsp;...
|Title||:||Entering the High Holy Days|
|Publisher||:||Jewish Publication Society of America - 1998|