The Music of Humanity

By Rev. Jacob Trapp
as published in Rabbi Morrison David Bial (ed.), An Offering of Prayer: Prayers and Meditations Private and Public (Summit, NJ: Temple Sinai of Summit, 1962) p. 60. Adapted by Hinda Tz. Eisen, 2013.

God of Love teach us to see in all people our kin, and in all children our own. Teach us that none can be so far away in this world as not to be our neighbor, none so unlike us as not to be our kin. Thus may understanding and good-will grow among us, toward our peace and Your glory and the music of humanity made whole.

Amen.

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About Hinda

Cantor Hinda Eisen Labovitz has served as the Cantor/Educator at Ohr Kodesh Congregation in Chevy Chase, MD since June 2014, two weeks after she achieved cantorial ordination with a masters degree in Judaic Studies from Hebrew College (Newton, MA). Cantor Labovitz served as a part-time shlichat tsibbur at Congregation Kehillath Israel in Brookline, MA, and as the assistant to the conductor for the Zamir Chorale of Boston, where was a proud alto from 2006-2014.
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