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im a mess by bebe rexha
it really express my life if you know it, well if you dont listen to it and know whats my situation why i choose it
The word selichot in Hebrew translates to forgiveness. It is a series of special prayers recited on Jewish occasions called High Holidays. It emphasizes the merciful attributes of God. The prayer is mainly all about asking forgiveness, mercy, and repentance. It differs from different Jewish tradition on when to recite the special prayers. In the Sephardic tradition, it begins in the second day of the Hebrew month Elul (August). While the Ashkenazic traditions, it begins on the Saturday night before Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year). Included in the recitation of the prayer of forgiveness was the 13 Attribute that is believed to be the descriptive passage from Exodus that expresses God’s merciful nature. (Exodus 34:6-7) The blast or blowing of a shofar, an ancient Hebrew horn instrument made out of a ram’s horn, at synagogues marks the start and ending of the special Jewish holidays. Fasting, a state of where an individual is devoted not to take meals at certain period in a day, is also part of the Jewish traditions.
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