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Listen to this snippet of Rabbi Sanders' prayer one should pray after using the restroom. If you enjoyed the snippet, make sure to listen to more of her awesome audio clips.
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Rabbi Sanders is just a spiritually awaken women, that's why we had to have another snippet of her in this playlist. in this snippet, Rabbi Sanders adds a prayer for when after you use the restroom, and why not, we use the bathroom everyday. This prayer will remind you that the human body is a temple and a creation of god. If you enjoyed Rabbi Sanders, make sure to listen to the rest of her prayers.
Hi. This is Rabbi Sander and welcome Tahini. And today we're gonna focus on Jewish prayer. I'm going to offer a reflection on the prayer of Sherry. It's are the prayer that many often call the bathroom blessing Booth column Show you, uh, the hook, Ma. Over. Rivonia Cavenagh Kareem Halloween Halloween Got Louisville Dio live, Nick. Say Kev Oda. Shame yes. At him. Hard mayhem O e pata hard. Um ahem. E f Charlotte. I am a fill OSHA ah ha Barrow Qatar Roof, Ekholm Bazaar, UMA Feola. So this prayer assurance are it's typically called the bathroom blessing. And, yes, Jews say it every morning after one does their business in the bathroom. It's a prayer that many say was not meant to celebrate beauty, but to highlight pain. And now I am a reconstructions rabbi. And part of my role in Jewish life is to find ways to reconstruct our tradition, find ways to reconstruct our tradition and our text to make them more relevant. Today. The entire prayer in English is this. Blessed are you God, who formed me with wisdom and fashion the human body, creating many openings, arteries, glands and organs marvelous and structure It is revealed and known before you that if any one of these passageways open when it should be closed or blocked up when it should be free, I could not stay alive, are exist for even just a now our blessed are you, God, the healer of all flush who sustains our bodies and wondrous ways. While I was studying to become a rabbi, this prayer meant everything to me and it became my favorite prayer. I did not see this prayer is just a bathroom blessing thanking God for allowing me to relieve myself in the morning. I saw it as a prayer thanking God for creating me exactly who I am. A black, queer Jewish woman and yes, a rabbi.