AL HAMICHYA PDF
Birkat Hamazon. Floating Lucite Al Hamichya Judaica Wall Art and Home Decor. I love your idea of relating al hamichya to the regular birkat hamazon, Yes, the tune and kareoke for the al hamichya which is used in many.
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This comment is a year later than your inspirational post, but I feel compelled to leave it anyways. First, thank you for dedicating a whole blog and video segment to it. Don’t you think though, that this approach may be more confusing, as children may just continue with the phrases of birkat hamazon and get lost? I know that I myself need to focus extra hard on “Rachem na” to make sure that I don’t lead myself into bensching afterwards.
Thanks for the great link to luria- I will try that out with my students.
Thanks for this blog! Shalom Josh, Thanx so much for your mentioning my alhamichya website alhamichya. I imagine you meant to mention the address of the site but somehow it seems to have been forgotten. I’d appreciate very much if you could post it together with your utube and that way, people can see both and choose whicever they think is more suitable for their needs. You are the same as luria. Can someone recommend a site where I can find a tune to help children or kids at heart!
Shalom Josh, Sorry it took so long to reply- I just saw your comment now. Yes, the tune and kareoke for the al hamichya which is used in many homes, schools and camps is at the following link the previously used luria site and alhamichya.
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Thanks so much for being mizakeh the rabbim. A while ago, some bloggers were talking about a new tune to Al HaMichya. See it at www. Here is a website devoted to it. Please aid us in publicizing this tune by downloading it and sharing it with others, adults, children, grandchildren, or students in schools, camps, or kindergardens. Indeed, there is a problem remembering the words of Al HaMichya. I would venture that there are a several factors which lead to this difficulty: Birkat HaMazon is much longer, but put to a tune, we remember it.
Al HaMichya is not always said at a formal sit-down meal, such that a bentcher is less likely to be available. And if available, less likely to be offered since, after all, it is shorter. In bentchingthis is its own paragraph, and so does not interrupt the flow. For a short prayer like Al HaMichyaif we suddenly insert a single extra phrase, we ruin the flow of the words off our tongues and get flustered.
And we have to remember where to stop to insert that extra phrase. As such, a tune would be exceptionally helpful.
But perhaps we can do even better, addressing other complicating issues along the way, and thus aid in our kavana when saying it. Each span of text corresponds to a blessing in Birkat HaMazon What we should do, when teaching it, ha,ichya committing it to memory, is to separate each component of Al HaMichya.
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We should memorize each independently. For young children, perhaps build up to the whole thing.
That way, what we need to remember is much shorter. And we are less likely to get flustered, since when we finish one unit, we move on to the next short unit.
Furthermore, the tune we should use for each segment should be the very same tune which we use in Birkat haMazon.
That way, we recognize the parallels between them and have an overhead map of where we are going. The structure of Al HaMichya is as follows: There are actually two components here — one parallel to Rachem Na, and one parallel to UVenei Yerushalayim. This is the end of the third blessing, since the three Hamiichya blessings are the first three.
Here, we finish the preceding topic, and then we say retzei a whatever mention of the day is appropriate. This is a rehashing of the concepts of the first two blessings on the land and on food, followed by an actual blessing with those concepts mentioned again. Posted by joshwaxman at 9: Share to Twitter Share to Facebook.
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