Bring Them Home: A Song/Prayer

The words of my new prayer, Ein Milim: Bring Them Home, flowed from the depths of my soul like water from a mighty stream as I began to process the tragedy of October 7th. This song is both a call for justice and a desperate longing to bring the hostages home. Written in Hebrew and English with translations on each slide, I hope that you are able to use my composition during times of prayer and in educational settings. There is sheet music available as well. Finding myself in a place of deep grief and desperate longing for days filled with hope and peace, I thought about those who have been directly affected and wanted to give back in the best way I knew how: through music.
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