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Benchers and Zemirot

Full selection of Benchers (Birchat Hamazon), Keriat Shema, Zemirot, Perek Shirah, etc.

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Birkot HaShachar Birkot HaShachar Birkot HaShachar or Birkot haShachar (Hebrew: ברכות השחר‎) (morning blessings or blessings [of] the dawn) are a series of blessings that are recited at the beginning of Jewish morning services. The blessings represent thanks to Hashem for a renewal of the day. The order of the blessings is not defined by Halacha and may vary in each Siddur, but is generally based on the order of activities customary upon arising. blessings The Blessings Al Netilat Yadayim (עַל נְטִילַת יָדַיִם) This blessing represents the cleanliness of one's hands following ritual defilemen ...
Cheap Bencher Souvenirs Below $2. Additional discounts for quantity orders. ...
Die-Cut Benchers and Prayers Die-Cut Benchers and Prayers Much different from simple rectangular Benchers, die-cut Prayer Cards are available in many designs you cannot imagine. What exactly is a die-cut sticker? Definition A die-cut Benchers is a prayer card made from card-paper, usually with cut out spaces made by cutting around a die, or mold. The Process The die, or mold, is created to follow the outline of a custom-created design or piece of art. Once the pattern is applied to the card, either razors (for small amounts) or machine cutters (for large quantities) cut out the exact pattern. Advantages Die-cut Benchers are created in hun ...
Hafrashat Challah Hafrashat Challah The Mitzvah of separating a portion of the dough before braiding is called Hafrashat Challah (הפרשת חלה). This portion of dough is set aside as a tithe for the Kohen. ...
Hebrew Zemirot Hebrew Zemirot Hebrew Zemirot, Hebrew Zemiros, Hebrew Zmirot, Hebrew Zmiros. ...
Iggeret Ramban Iggeret Ramban This letter was sent by the great Sephardic Sage, the Ramban zt"l, from his city (of Acre in Eretz Yisrael) to his son in Catalina, Spain, to impart to him to act with humility. He instructs him to read it once a week and that others (like his children) should learn it with him as well. He should learn to read it by heart to learn the fear of heaven from his youth. He informs him that on the day that he reads this letter, all that he asks, will be answered by heaven. And whoever will accustom themselves to saying it will spare themselves from all pains and they are assured to inherit the world ...
Keriat Shema Keriat Shema Shema Yisrael (or Sh'ma Yisrael or just Shema) (Hebrew: שְׁמַע יִשְׂרָאֵל‎) are the first two words of a section of the Torah (Hebrew Bible) that is a centerpiece of the morning and evening Jewish prayer services. The first verse encapsulates the monotheistic essence of Judaism: Hear, O Israel: the Lord is our God, the Lord is one, found in Deuteronomy 6:4. Jews consider the Shema to be the most important part of the prayer service in Judaism, and its twice-daily recitation as a Mitzvah. It is traditional for Jews to say the Shema as their last words, and for parents to teach their child ...
Nishmat Kol Chai Nishmat Kol Chai Nishmat Kol Chai (Hebrew: נִשְׁמַת), lit. The breath of every living thing, is a Jewish prayer that is recited following the Song of the Sea during Pesukei D'Zimrah but before Yishtabach on Shabbat and Yom Tov. It is also recited during the Passover Seder. The existence of this prayer is believed to have been from early on. The Talmud attributes the prayer to Rabbi Yochanan in the third century, but there are opinions that it may be older. The exact author of the prayer is not known. Some scholars have suggested that it was authored by a man named Yitzchak with a wife named Rivka based on t ...
Omar Rabbi Binyamin - Prayer for Lost Object Omar Rabbi Binyamin - Prayer for Lost Object Omar Rabbi Binyamin is a Segulah for finding lost items. ...
Parshat Hamon Parshat Hamon Yerushalmi: One who recites Parshas Hamon every day is assured that his food will not be lacking. When our ancestors were in the Wilderness, a month after the Exodus from Egypt, they faced a tomorrow with no food. Justifiably, they asked Moshe Rabbeinu if he had taken them into the desert to starve to death. Hashem responded that in the morning they would see that He had not forsaken them. In the morning – and every morning for the next 40 years – there was manna waiting for them. By evening there was nothing left, and the next morning, it was there again. Can you imagine how we would fe ...
Perek Shira Perek Shira Perek Shira is the song that is sung every day by all of Hashem's creations in the realms of Domem/דומם, Tzomeyach/צומח, and Chai/חיה. It is believed to have been authored by none-other than Dovid Hamelech / דוד המלך himself, who (like the Holy Ba'al Shem Tov / בעל שם טוב הקדוש) had the power to converse with animals. Perek Shira has been likened to an orchestra with many different instruments each contributing their unique sound. Every creation sings its unique song, and when they are combined they create "beautiful music". More > Man is likened to the conductor of this  ...
Pirkei Avot Souvenirs Pirkei Avot Souvenirs Pirkei Avot is a great souvenir idea for any occasions, such as Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, Shev Berachot, Fundraising, Shabaton, Vacation, etc. ...
Seder Hadlakot Neirot Chanukah Seder Hadlakot Neirot Chanukah סדר הדלקת נרות חנוכה The Hadlakos Neiros Chanukah is the short or full edition of the Berachot/ברכות before lighting the Chanukah candles, and the Zemirot/זמירות for after the lighting. Most booklets also includes Birchat Hamazon. Great for home use or for a souvenirs idea for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, wedding, Chanukah party, etc. Tags: Seder Hadlakot Neir Chanukah, Seder Hadlakos Neir Chanukah, Zugerel, Zmirot, Zmiros, Chanukah, Hannukah.  ...
Seder Hadlakot Neirot Shabbat Seder Hadlakot Neirot Shabbat Shabbat candle-lighting (Hebrew: נרות שבת‎) are lit on Friday nights, 18 minutes before the Shkia, to usher in the Jewish Sabbath. Lighting Shabbat candles is a Jewish mandated law source. Candlelighting is traditionally done by the woman of the household, but in the absence of a woman, it may be done by man. After lighting the candles, the woman waves her hands over them, covers her eyes, and recites a blessing source. The requirement to light Shabbat candles is of rabbinic origin source. Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chayim 263:2. שלחן ערוך, אורח חיים, סימן רס"ג, סיעף ב'. Jewish V ...
Shir HaShirim - Song of Songs Shir HaShirim - Song of Songs The Song of Songs of Solomon, commonly referred to as Song of Songs (Hebrew: שִׁיר הַשִּׁירִים), or Song of Solomon, is a book of the Megillot found in the last section of the Tanach, known as the Ketuvim. It is also known in English as Canticle of Canticles or simply Canticles. Read in Hebrew and Yiddish. שיר השירים איז די "געזאַנג פֿון געזאַנגען", געשריבן דורך שלמה המלך, פֿיל מיט טיפֿער בענקשאַפֿט אויף מיידלעך מיט גראַפֿישע ליבע טערמינען. לויט רש"י און דער ייִדישער טראדיציע איז יעדער פּסוק אַ משל אויף דער ליבשאַפֿט צווישן גאָט און זײַן געליבטע פֿאָלק, די ייִדן; דעריבער ווערט דאָ ...
Tefilat Haderech - Traveler's Prayers Tefilat Haderech - Traveler's Prayers Tefilat Haderech or Tefilas Haderechis a prayer recited by travelers ...
Tefillat Hashlah - Tefilat Avot al Banim Tefillat Hashlah - Tefilat Avot al Banim Tefillas Hashlah is a Tefillat Avot Al Bonim, written by Rabbi Isaiah Horowitz - The Shelah HaKadosh, it is recited by many daily, but has a particular significance to be recited on the day before Rosh Chodesh Sivan. It is a special and beautiful prayer for children, who will grow up to be G-d fearing and righteous.  ...
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