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Shema en el Hebreo original

Shema en el Hebreo original

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From Siddur Tehillat Hashem. © Copyright Kehot Publication Society, Brooklyn NY
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tova 4 Marzo, 2017

Thank you for all Chabad does. Reply

Dean Luria Crown Heights 31 Diciembre, 2015

I just moved to my new apartment yesterday and just now recited the entire shema very much to my satisfaction.
Shalom Rabbi,
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Anonymous passaic 23 Diciembre, 2015

Shema was written in the Torah by Moses Reply

Chabad.org Staff 1 Diciembre, 2015

Yes, the Shema is recited in the morning and at night. Reply

Karmiah 30 Nov, 2015

Hi,

I just found this and read it with my son. He is only learning Jewish at 7 and it occurred I can google a bedtime prayer. Is this for everyday? Reply

Yossi Rome 24 Octubre, 2015

The Shema is meaningful,gives me a significant contribution to my identity and much more, I do not care about whom invented it. Reply

Anonymous 22 Octubre, 2015

Who was the person to invent the shema Reply

Anonymous 17 Mayo, 2015

Baruch HaShem! I say this prayer every night with my two boys! It reminds me of my younger days, and solidifies their Jewish identity.

I also like reading the translation to them some nights too. It really helps them go to bed. Reply

Nili Portugali 4 Marzo, 2015

If anyone has the prayer of shema (first part only) in Yidish, or can translate for me,
please send it to me via the editor Reply

Anonymous 20 Octubre, 2014

i need prayers for prosperity health career and marriage amen Reply

Chabad.org Staff 10 Junio, 2014

Tehillim can be said during the daytime. If it is an emergency situation G-d forbid, Tehillim can also be said at night.
You can find the text of Tehillim on this site, if you have a Tehillim book, take a look at the back, you may find a list of when to say specific chapters, but really any will do. May everything resolve itself for your daughter in a positive way G-d willing! Reply

Ilana 10 Junio, 2014

Thank you and it is very helpful to learn but one question when and how to read tehelim every day please help me because I need pray for my daughter she has bad lines. Thank you again to help us Reply

Chabad.org Staff 19 Agosto, 2013

Sure, check out this link and this one
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Harry Milan 19 Agosto, 2013

Is it possible to get the Shema with the transilteration under every line? Reply

Mrs. Chana Benjaminson 19 Marzo, 2012

Hi Yossi, you can hear the Shema audio here Reply

Yossi Mondelli Rome, Italy 19 Marzo, 2012

Thank you. I'm not very fluent in Hebrew can you suggest me where I can hear the Shema in order to pronounce it correctly; I would like to avoid errors when reading it. Reply

pnda 11 Febrero, 2012

hi, is this the way it is actually written in the Torah? With vowels double dots and mini-vertical lines separating sentences? Reply

Anonymous rockville, md, US 9 Enero, 2012

if we are talking about the oldest prayer, then it had to be written in paleolithic hebrew- what did that look like in that early hebrew text which should be even holier. Reply

Jack Rosen Toronto 24 Diciembre, 2011

I like to practice reading Hebrew Siddur,this is great. Reply

Anonymous Peoria 14 Septiembre, 2011

What is is a shwa or shwa na? Reply

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