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Jews say the Shema and V’ahavta twice a day. The Shema, which actually includes theV’ahavta, represents the cornerstone of Jewish belief. In the Jewish renewal world, and elsewhere, I’ve seen an interest in providing new translations for this prayer. The Reform Movement recently published a new prayer book, which provides a very nice translation of the V’ahvta, which I like very much. During Rosh Hashanah services at my renewal community, Chadeish Yameinu, in Santa Cruz, however, I was struck by the translation by Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi included in our prayer book, and I’d like to share it here. Hear O Yisrael, Yah who is, is our God, Yah who is, is One.Through time and space Your glory shines Majestic one.Love Yah, who is your God,in what your heart is in, in what you aspire to,in what you have made your own.May these values which I connect with your lifebe implanted in your feelings. Thoughts on the Shema and V'ahavta | As the Spirit Moves Me
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