The Synagogue’s Prayer Book, the Siddur, a book of unique value to the Jewish tradition, is the distillation of the wisdom and the virtue of spiritual personalities who lived in different places for more than four millenniums. The prayers’ manuscripts were handed down from generation to generation as family religious heirlooms of great value, and the first complete prayer books were gradually composed. The Tefilot, that is the established three daily prayers –Shacharit, the morning prayer, Minchah, the afternoon prayer, and Arvit, the evening prayer– are the central axes of the rabbi Elias Sabetai’s study. However, the reader will be enchanted by the numerous Biblical texts that capture the Word of God regarding the Israelite community, the building of His Kingdom on earth, the harmonious coexistence among all peoples in justice and love. Over a period when events run at the speed of light, causing worldwide concern, the desideratum of the times is a world of faith and moral integrity; the Jewish tradition can teach us a lot that is worthy.
Weight 550 g Dimensions 17 × 24 cm Binding Language
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