Topic Tags: Mi Chamocha

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“We cannot outrun / what humans have wrought…”
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“Standing at the shore Miriam faced the sea to watch the threats and the pain of a million moments prior…”
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“We sing a new Mi Hamokha in your names today”

Sing a New Song: From Squirrel Hill to Colleyville

“Open to the holiness inside”

Wide as the Water (Mi Hamokha) Song

A blessing for receiving Torah, acknowledging the diversity of the spectrum of queer identities

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Poem focusing on redemption to introduce Mi Hamokhah
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Praying for strength to emerge from our narrow places in order to enter into the promised land

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A poem linking past and future as we journey from slavery to freedom

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