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  • If you don't know the significance of the word shema--there are variant spellings in English--you really need to follow-up on this.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • If you don't know the significance of the word shema--there are variant spellings in English--you really need to follow-up on this.

    Eleh haDevarim ... These are the words ...

  • If you don't know the significance of the word shema--there are variant spellings in English--you really need to follow-up on this.

    March 2006

  • From her father she knew that the box was called a mezuzah and that, inside, was a scroll with a prayer, called the shema.

    Stones from the River

  • From her father she knew that the box was called a mezuzah and that, inside, was a scroll with a prayer, called the shema.

    Stones from the River

  • From her father she knew that the box was called a mezuzah and that, inside, was a scroll with a prayer, called the shema.

    Stones from the River

  • From her father she knew that the box was called a mezuzah and that, inside, was a scroll with a prayer, called the shema.

    Stones from the River

  • From her father she knew that the box was called a mezuzah and that, inside, was a scroll with a prayer, called the shema.

    Stones from the River

  • We are people over whom that word shema has been written.

    Holy Experience

  • The shema is a recognition -- a unique recognition, in Judaism's earliest days -- that there is but one God.

    Wired Campus

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  • "Shema yisrael adonai(YHWH) aloheinu echad" and so on (forgive my spelling!). It's bsolutely lovely when sung by a Jewish cantor in certain settings; very moving regardless of your religious affiliation.

    March 6, 2009