“How long, O Lord, shall I forgotten be?”
One of few extant fragments of the Orit.
Distinguishing between ancient hardcovers and the cheap paperbacks.
Prayers on the death of a father.
“This is the day that the Lord made; we shall exult and rejoice in it.”
How Yamma made Psalm 104 a runaway hit.
But the exiles still had reason to weep.
At a refreshingly Christian memorial service, a secular Jew has some mixed feelings.
Lost in translation.
From a naïve confidence to an enduring hopefulness.
Scholars have deciphered three ancient psalms.
In a biblical book many of whose poems express anxiety and apprehension, Psalm 104 is a confident and joyous singalong.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.