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Bedtime ShemaARIChabad

Text of Bedtime ShemaARIChabad

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    The Bedtime Shema

    Comparable to the

    Siddur Tehillat HASHEMNUSACH HA(ARI ZAL

    According to the Text ofRabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi

    Compiled and newly typeset by Shmuel Gonzales. The text is consistent withthe text of the Siddur Tehillat Hashem. It is provided via the Internet as aresource for study and for use for prayer when a Siddur is not immediatelyavailable. This text was created with the many people in mind that travelthrough out the world and find, to their horror, that their Siddur is missing.Now its accessible for all of us in those emergency situations.

    One should not rely only upon this text. A Siddur is not just an order ofprayer. It is intended to serve as a text for education in Jewish tradition andthe keeping of mitzvot. This text lacks many of those qualities. Thus, oneshould own a Siddur of their own and study it.

    When printed this text is sheymish, or bearing the Divine Name. On paperWhen printed this text is sheymish, or bearing the Divine Name. On paperWhen printed this text is sheymish, or bearing the Divine Name. On paperWhen printed this text is sheymish, or bearing the Divine Name. On paperit is fit for sacred use and therefore should not be disposed of or destroyed. Ifit is fit for sacred use and therefore should not be disposed of or destroyed. Ifit is fit for sacred use and therefore should not be disposed of or destroyed. Ifit is fit for sacred use and therefore should not be disposed of or destroyed. Ifyou print it, when you are finished it should be taken to a local Orthodoxyou print it, when you are finished it should be taken to a local Orthodoxyou print it, when you are finished it should be taken to a local Orthodoxyou print it, when you are finished it should be taken to a local Orthodoxsynagogue so that it may be buried in honor, according to Jewish Law.synagogue so that it may be buried in honor, according to Jewish Law.synagogue so that it may be buried in honor, according to Jewish Law.synagogue so that it may be buried in honor, according to Jewish Law.

    Version 3.0 G Augush 2010

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  • amehS emitdeB ehT

    :hpargarap gniwollof eht timo slavitseF dna tabbahS nO

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  • One should remain seated in one place while reciting the Shema, It is essential that it be recited with intenseconcentration, with the right hand covering the eyes. The Baal haTanya teaches us to especially concentrateupon the first two portions, which are the with (Deut. 6:4(9), and (Deut. 11:13(21);which focus on the sovereignty of God.

    At the word , one should bear in mind when reading the letter (which has the numeric value of one)that G(d is One. One should slightly draw out the (which has the numeric value of 8), and hold it as longas it takes to count to the number 8, while focusing on G(d's sovereignty over the seven heavens and theearth. The (which has the numeric value of 4) should also be slightly drawn out as long as it takes tocount to the number 4, while focusing on the reality that God is sole sovereign of the universe, who is Masterof all four cardinal directions. Together these numbers are equal to 13, which is equal to the words Keter(crown, the highest of the Sephirot) and Ahava (love).

    It is important that each word be said clearly and distinctly, not slurring one word into another. One shouldintentionally pause at the commas in order to carry the meaning Hear O Israel (pause), the Lord who is ourGod (pause), is the one God.

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    The following paragraph should be said with ones mind set upon completing this command with love for G(d, Deuteronomy 6:5(9:

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    yb demrof semaN eniviD eht G ezilausiv ro G ta kool ot reporp si ti gniticer nehW:meht ecnuonorp ton tub ,nmuloc tfel eht ni sdrow eht fo smynorca eht

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    enotrednu na ni yas

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  • Hamapil

    The following blessings is to be said immediately before sleeping. One should not eat,drink or talk after the conclusion of this blessing. It is proper for one who cannot sleepimmediately to repeat the verses of the Shema or Psalms until they are overtaken byslumber:

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    I am the original transcriber of this liturgy "Bedtime Shema (SiddurTehillat Hashem, Nusach Ari, Chabad)" and translator/author of itsaccompanying instructional text except where noted. I am licensingthe transcriptions within it under the Creative Commons Zero License,and the instructions with the Creative Commons By Attributionlicense. Attribution may be given as Contributors to the Open SiddurProject, with the transcriber/translators name Shmueli Gonzalesincluded in the contributors list."

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