Book review: The meaning behind the words

Book review: The meaning behind the words

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Book review: The meaning behind the words

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” article-main-image” src=” https://images.jpost.com/image/upload/f_auto,fl_lossy/t_Article2016_ControlFaceDetect/447296 “alt=” Book review: The meaning behind the words” >< div id =" ctl16_dImageReserve evaluation =" significance" readability=" 33" > THE SHOFAR and prayers are supposed to help us with introspection but that is not always easy. The book guides us as we explore each verse on its own, and for each she has provided a poetic analysis that motivates us to think about its significance in the context of the entire psalm. In Opening Your Heart With Psalm 27, Robbins offers us methods to grapple with this text in the context of this unique time of year– encouraging us to believe about how we can use the rhythm and meaning of the Jewish year to look at our lives and ourselves through scriptural poetry. Click here > > ‘;.