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Friday, September 21, 2007

The Kaddish Guide

I'm happy to share with you the good news about the launch of the "Kaddish Guide". This new section is for the person that needs to say Kaddish after the passing of a loved one, and needs that extra help and insight.

The highlight of the section the Kaddish Trainer, a tutor-style tool that will read the kaddish to you, as you follow along. It's really cool -- check it out.

Additionally, there is a section covering the basics, the meaning of kaddish, stories, and of course audio/video.

Here is a bit from the intro article for you to get an idea of what it's about:

Dear Reader,

If you have clicked here, you may have recently suffered the unfortunate loss of a family member. Or you may be marking a yahrtzeit, the anniversary of your loved one's passing. Either way, reciting Kaddish is one of the greatest gifts you can give your loved one. You may discover it also to be integral to your mourning and healing process.

To learn about the significance and (many!) layers of meaning of the Kaddish prayer, along with an in-depth treatment of the concepts of Death and Mourning in Judaism, please click here for our special "From Life to Life" section.

In this Kaddish Guide section our editors tackle the "mechanics" of reciting the Kaddish prayer... (click here to continue....)


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