December 21, 2014 · 29 Kislev

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Although the Aleinu begins with a particularistic message, proclaiming Israel’s uniqueness among the nations of the earth, it ends with a universalistic vision of all peoples united in their service of God. In the second paragraph of the traditional Aleinu, we pray for the world to be repaired, “l’taken olam.” We can reframe this messianic ideal as a hope for harmony and peace in the world, which we can work to bring into being.

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