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The Hebrew words “Mah Rabu” come from this text: Psalms 104:24: Mah Rabu Maasecha Hashem Kulam Bechachmah Asita Malah Haaretz Kinyanecha – How great/many are Your deeds Hashem, All of them You have made with wisdom –the earth is full of Your creations....... More

Note from the songwriter: The Priestly Benediction is a beautiful custom that comes from the text in Numbers 6:23–27 - but I have always been irked by the relative opacity of the language in the tradition....... More

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Note from the songwriter: Shabbat! A wonderful gift! Remind people to let go of their typical stresses and enjoy the moment....... More

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This song, inspired by the text of the V'ahavta (source text from Deuteronomny and Numbers) can be used to help student learn the meaning of the prayer....... More

Parachutes are a simple piece of equipment that are relatively cheap and can serve a lot of purposes....... More

Note from the songwriter: I have found that this song can be a powerful tool, even when the majority of children in a group are not yet verbal- the model that parents can provide by asking and reflecting is priceless....... More

Words and Music by Ellen Allard,www....... More

Words and Lyrics by Lisa Baydush, www....... More

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