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The Torah In Haiku: Ki Tisa

The Torah In Haiku: Ki Tisa

This portion includes
G-d's "Middot HaRachamim"*
A prayer for Selichot*

* Middot HaRachamim = Attributes of mercy
Selichot = forgiveness

Exodus 34:6-7: G-d passed before Moses and proclaimed, Adonai, Adonai, merciful and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in kindness and truth. Extending kindness to the thousandth generation, forgiving iniquity, transgression and sin; yet G-d does not remit all punishment, but visits iniquity of the parents upon the children, and upon the children's children, to the third and to the fourth generations."

Ed Nickow is a teacher and member of the Board of Trustees at Temple Chai, Long Grove, IL. This post is from his blog The Torah in Haiku.

Image Copyright © Leah Sosewitz (Judaic Art Studio) used with permission

Published: 3/01/2013

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