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Mosheh ben Yehudah ibn Makhir

Rabbi Moshe ben Yehudah ibn Makhir was a kabbalist who flourished among the luminaries in 16th century Tsfat. He is best known for the author of the waking prayer "Modeh Ani" and for his work Seder HaYom, printed for the first time in Venice in 1599. He also founded a yeshiva in the village of Ein Zeitoun (near Tsfat).משה_בן_מכיר

לכה דודי (נוסח אחר)‏ | A different version of Lekhah Dodi found in R’ Moshe ibn Makhir’s Seder haYom (1599)

Contributed on: 27 Mar 2019 by Isaac Gantwerk Mayer (translation) | Mosheh ben Yehudah ibn Makhir |

A different version of the poem Lekhah Dodi according to the book Seder haYom by R. Moshe ibn Makhir of righteous blessed memory, vocalized and translated into English by Isaac Mayer. . . .

מודה אני | Modah/Modeh Ani, by Moshe ibn Makhir (translation by Andrew Shaw)

Contributed on: 14 Dec 2011 by Andrew Shaw | Mosheh ben Yehudah ibn Makhir |

Thankful am I in your Presence, Spirit who lives and endures, for You’ve returned to me my soul with compassion. Abundant is your faith! . . .

מודה אני | Modeh Ani by Moshe ibn Makhir (interpretive translation by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi)

Contributed on: 21 Jan 2020 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Zalman Schachter-Shalomi | Mosheh ben Yehudah ibn Makhir |

Modeh Ani, in Hebrew with English translation by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi. . . .

מוֹדה אֲנִי | Returning the body to the soul: an adaptation of Modeh Ani by Moshe ibn Makhir

Contributed on: 10 Feb 2013 by Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Ya'qub Ibn Yusuf | Mosheh ben Yehudah ibn Makhir |

Modeh Ani first appeared as an addendum in Seder ha-Yom (1599) by Moshe ibn Makhir of Safed. A slightly different formula offers a deep insight into who and what has returned to one’s self upon waking. . . .

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