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Chant the First Part of Shema with Zalman Goldstein

Chant the First Part of Shema with Zalman Goldstein

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Transliteration:

She-ma Yis-ro-el Ado-noy
Elo-hay-nu Ado-noy Ech-od.

Bo-ruch Sheim Ke-vod
Mal-chu-so Le-olom Vo-ed.

Ve-o-havto Eis Ado-noy
Elo-he-cho Bechol Levov-cho
U-ve-chol Naf-she-cho
U-ve-chol Me-o-de-cho.
Ve-ho-yu Ha-devorim Ho-ei-leh
Asher O-no-chee Me-tzav-cho
Ha-yom, Al Le-vovecho.
Veshi-nan-tom Levo-ne-cho
Ve-dibar-to Bom,
Be-shiv-techo Be-vei-se-cho
Uve-lech-techo Va-derech
U-ve-shochbe-cho U-veku-me-cho.
U-keshar-tom Le-os Al Yo-decho
Ve-ho-yu Le-to-tofos
Bein Eine-cho.
Uche-savtom Al Me-zuzos
Beis-echo U-visho-recho.

Translation:

Hear, O Israel, the L‑rd is our G‑d,
the L‑rd is One.

Blessed be the name of the glory
of His kingdom forever and ever.

You shall love the L‑rd your G‑d
with all your heart, with all your soul
and with all your might.
And these words
which I command you today shall be
on your heart. You shall teach them
thoroughly to your children,
and you shall speak of them
when you sit in your house
and when you walk on the road,
when you lie down and
when you rise up.
You shall bind them
as a sign upon your arm,
and they shall be for a reminder
between your eyes.
And you shall write them
upon the doorposts of your house
and upon your gates.

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Rochel Chein for chabad.org via chabadmidsuffolk.com August 3, 2016

Tefillin The declaration of faith in the Shema is universal. However, many commandments in the Torah apply to specific people, under specific circumstances. Tefillin are obligatory for men, and it is widely accepted that women do not wear Tefillin, for several reasons. You can read about them at this link. Reply

Anonymous Commack via chabadmidsuffolk.com July 22, 2016

shema I'm learning the prayers. In reading the translation of the Shema, Gd tells us we should be putting on teffilin? Is the Shema and and most or all prayers only meant for men? Or, is teffilin meant for every Jew, male or female? Reply

YR Philadelphia April 8, 2013

Can you link the 2nd and 3rd paragraphs of Shema, please? I am trying to get this positive commandment said correctly, but I need the 2nd and the 3rd paragraphs too, please. Reply

Mrs. Chana Benjaminson via mychabad.org July 11, 2012

Shema Sure, you can find the other paragraphs at this link Reply

Yaakov Philadelphia, PA July 10, 2012

what about the 2nd and 3rd parts of Shema, where can I get an audio on the 2nd and 3rd parts of Shema. Reply

Dr. Sara Boragina April 30, 2012

song beautiful! Reply

Anonymous Weston, Fl. October 8, 2011

Shema prayer fills my soul of peace. Repeating it makes me feel good. Reply

Anonymous Anytown, USA April 22, 2011

Conradulations to Lyle The Shema very succinctly informs and reminds the Jewish people that 'the L-rd is our G-d' and that 'G-d is One'.

By reciting the Shema Yizrael and V'ahavta twice a day, you are internalizing the very important concept noted above. Reply

Lyle Lexier Vancouver, BC/Canada December 29, 2010

I am reciting the Shema Yizrael and V'ahavta I am reciting the Shema Yizrael and V'ahavta twice a day - once in the morning and once at night before I go to bed. I have learned that the Shema is the most important Jewish prayer. Reply

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