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Song at the Sea: The song that Moses and the Israelites sang after the parting of the sea; recorded in Exodus 15 and recited during the Shacharit prayer service
Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 25
The Song of the Sea
The song the Jews sang at the splitting of the sea was our first prayer as a people, which illustrates the special connection between prayer and song. Learn the context, the broad themes, and inner insights for the prayers of this song.
From Likutei Sichos - Beshalach
Shabbat Shira
What makes a shira (a song) holy? Understanding the Song at the Sea that Moses and the Children of Israel sang after the miracle of the Splitting of the Sea.
How to Study Torah - Beshalach
Separate Seating
After the miracle of the splitting of the sea, the entire Jewish people broke out into song. Moses led the men and Miriam led the women. What does this story teach us about separation of genders in Jewish tradition?
Lesson 4: Miriam’s Song
Miriam, Mother of Rebellion
How Miriam overcame darkness and found the power to be joyful, as well as to bring joy to others.
Unravel the mystical dimension of three Talmudic opinions on how the Song of the Sea was sung, and its expression in the unity between Moses and the Jewish people.
Parshat Beshalach
A preemptory dose of pain can bring a lot of long-term pleasure. This pain/pleasure principle played itself out vividly in the life of Miriam and her soul-sisters...
The story is told of the cantor who was approached after the synagogue services by an indignant member of the congregation. "That was the most awful rendition I ever heard in my life!" The president of the synagogue turned to the cantor to console him: "O...
This week's Torah reading contains the "song at the sea" sung by the Children of Israel upon their deliverance from the Egyptians, when the Red Sea split to allow them to pass and then drowned their pursuers. Hence this Shabbat is designated as Shabbat Sh...
You feel the pain and bitterness, even more deeply than the others, yet you carry in your heart an inextinguishable flame of faith, hope and optimism. You are Miriam, the quintessential Jewish woman.
The womanly strain in the “Song at the Sea”
The womanly strain in the "Song at the Sea"
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