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יזכור | Yizkor: Instructions for Remembering, by Rabbi Nina Mizrahi

https://opensiddur.org/?p=12004 יזכור | Yizkor: Instructions for Remembering, by Rabbi Nina Mizrahi 2015-09-22 10:12:02 Rabbi Mizrahi's instructions for remembering were first published on her website, <a href="https://rabbininajmizrahi.wordpress.com/2015/09/22/yizkor-instructions-for-remembering/">here</a>. Text the Open Siddur Project Nina Jane Mizrahi Nina Jane Mizrahi https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Nina Jane Mizrahi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Mourning יזכור yizkor 21st century C.E. 58th century A.M. English vernacular prayer
Source (Hebrew) Translation (English)

Remember.

Remember the blessings of those who no longer walk this earth.

Remember each name, each life-story.

Remember on behalf of those whose memory fails.

Remember with love the sweet and the bittersweet.

Remember with forgiveness the hurt and misunderstanding.

Remember with insight so you might experience deeper meaning.

Remember through the pain until you can touch the joy and find comfort.

Remember through dreams left unfulfilled and choose one to fulfill.

Remember through your heart.

Remember through your actions.

Remember through living with kindness, generosity and forgiveness.

Remember through your children and grandchildren.

Remember by planting memories and helping them take root in the living.

Remember by opening your heart even if you thought it was closed forever.

Remember to live your own life as a blessing.

Remember to do all this.

Remember and you will be remembered.

Remember.

Rabbi Mizrahi’s instructions for remembering were first published on her website, here.

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