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Yedid Nefesh
Yedid Nefesh is a 16th century poem that normally kicks off your Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat service. The lyrics are commonly attributed to the sixteenth century kabbalist Rabbi Elazar ben Moshe Azikri and this version features a well-known traditional melody. Interestingly, the first letter of each verse (YEH·DEED יְדִיד / HA·DOOR הָדוּר / VAH·TEEK וָתִיק / HE·GAH·LEH הִגָלֶה) spells G-d's four letter name (י·ה·ו·ה‬). Also, the verse "AH·NAH EL NAH REH·FAH NAH LAH (אָנָא אֵל נָא רְפָא נָא לָהּ) contains the highest amount of vowels in any biblical Hebrew phrase.more
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