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עלינו | An Alternative Aleinu by Leon Gunther

We are asked to give praise to the Lord of all, to express the greatness of the Creator.
Along with all peoples, He gave us both an inclination to do evil and an inclination to do good.
He gave us the ability to choose between malice and compassion, between darkness and light. . . .

עלינו | Aleinu, by Rabbi David Seidenberg (neohasid.org)

This version of the Aleinu recognizes that all nations play a role in God’s plan for humanity. . . .

עלינו | Aleinu, translated by Joshua Gutoff

Ours is to praise the Master of all; to recognize the greatness of the One who fashioned our beginning. Not as a nation-state, nor as a tribe; but by giving us a particular task, a particular fate: to bow, to bend, to acknowledge the Authority over all authority, the Blessed Holy One, who stretched out the expanse and gathered the substance, filling the farthest emptiness and humbling the heights. This alone is our God, the one true ruler. . . .


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