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Ekhad Kulanu (we are one)

jerusha on September 16, 2012 19:07

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    Hebrew and English text: Harriet Jerusha Korim;
    concept and music: traditional Native American chant
    image: Harriet Jerusha Korim (oil painting)

    This bilingual (Hebrew and English) chant is adapted from a Native American chant (All the Earth is Sacred), using the traditional Native American melody. It was made by for an observance of Erev Shabbat (Friday night Sabbath eve) by Jewish Buddhist participants at a Stonehill College Buddhist retreat with venerable Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh.

    Adama k'dusha, Tsa'ad, tsa'ad (Earth is sacred, step by step)
    Ekhad Kulanu, Ekhad (One, we are all one)
    Rukhot k'dushot, n'shima, n'shima (Winds are sacred, breath by breath)
    Ekhad Kulanu, Ekhad (One , we are all one)
    Eysh kadosh, nitzos, nitzos (Fire is sacred, spark by spark)
    Ekhad kulanu, Ekhad (One, we are all one)
    Mayim kidushim, tipa, tipa (Water is sacred, drop by drop)
    Ekhad kulanu, Ekhad (One, we are all one

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