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Questions about the various prayer books used by Jews, and the prayers contained therein.

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Do you know of any interesting commentaries on the song "Amar H' Leya'akov" that's part of the after-Shabbat liturgy?
asked Jul 6 '11 by Isaac Moses
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I'm interested in making extensive notes on a siddur - for my own use, inspired partially by this recommendation. Are there any editions of the Siddur out there that include a great deal of white spac …
asked Oct 3 '12 by Isaac Moses
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The repeated paragraph in Selichot that introduces the Thirteen Attributes includes the phrase "increasingly grants pardon to careless sinners and foregiveness to willful ones" (Artscroll Siddur tranl …
asked Apr 22 '10 by Isaac Moses
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In various siddurim, I have seen two different instructions for when the chazzan should say the central lines of Kedusha ("Kadosh ...," "Baruch ...," and "Yimloch ..."): Along with the congregation …
asked Jul 29 '13 by Isaac Moses
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One of the Blessings of the Morning says that God פּוֹקֵחַ עִוְרִים opens [the eyes of] the blind (Sefaria community translation) This phrase is an almost exact reversal of the Torah's des …
asked Feb 24 '17 by Isaac Moses
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I prayed using a Siddur Tehillat Hashem the other day, and I noticed that many more shvas were marked with an asterisk above, indicating that they should be vocalized, than I'd expect. In particular, …
asked May 25 '10 by Isaac Moses
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In many siddurim, the text indicates a position, toward the end of each normal paragraph of prayer, where the Chazzan is supposed to start reading aloud, so that everyone knows when it's time to go on …
asked Dec 13 '09 by Isaac Moses