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Ḳaddish d’Rabbanan – A Prayer for Teachers and Students by Rabbi Brant Rosen (2022)

https://opensiddur.org/?p=43415 Ḳaddish d’Rabbanan – A Prayer for Teachers and Students by Rabbi Brant Rosen (2022) 2022-03-24 23:23:33 "Kaddish De’Rabbanan – A Prayer for Teachers and Students" was first published by Rabbi Brant Rosen via his poetry and liturgy blog, <a href="https://ynefesh.com/2022/03/02/kaddish-derabbanan-a-prayer-for-teachers-and-students/">Yedid Nefesh</a> (2 March 2022). Text the Open Siddur Project Brant Rosen Brant Rosen https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Brant Rosen https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Torah Study 58th century A.M. English vernacular prayer קדיש ḳaddish קדיש דרבנן Ḳaddish D'Rabanan paraliturgical ḳaddish 21st century C.E.
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עַל יִשְׂרָאֵל וְעַל רַבָּנָן וְעַל תַּלְמִידֵיהוֹן…
Al Yisrael, v’al rabbanan, v’al talmideihon…
For our community, for our teachers and students:
those who receive and learn and hand down the teachings
of all who have gone before us;

For those who explain, those who discern,
those who make connections,
those who draw out the truths
patiently waiting to be revealed;

For those who challenge words that cause harm,
those who reinterpret, reframe and redeem meanings
that might otherwise lead us astray;

For those who learn through study and those who learn from experience,
those who learn from all peoples, cultures and traditions,
those who live out the wisdom they have gained,
who know that every conversation, every move, every breath
is a precious opportunity to learn Torah anew;
יְהֵא לְהוֹן וּלְכוֹן שְׁלָמָא רַבָּא חִנָּא וְחִסְדָּא וְרַחֲמִין…
Y’hei l’hon ul’khon sh’lama raba, ḥina, v’ḥisda v’raḥamin…
May the source of all wisdom grant us abundant peace, loyalty
love and compassion,
and let us say,
Amen.

“Kaddish d’Rabbanan – A Prayer for Teachers and Students” was first published by Rabbi Brant Rosen via his poetry and liturgy blog, Yedid Nefesh (2 March 2022).

 

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