A Yizkor Meditation in Memory of a Parent Who Was Hurtful
Mahzor Lev Shalem, a new mahzor of the Conservative/Masorti Jewish movement .
See the 7th page in this excerpt. (Page 292 of the Yom Kippur Yizkor service)
About this mahzor: It presents a complete traditional liturgy, as well as having creative liturgical developments presenting the theology and gender-equality of non-Orthodox Judaism. It contains a variety of commentaries from classical and modern-day rabbis, gender-sensitive translations, and choreography instructions (when to sit, stand, bow, etc.) It offers more literal translations of the prayers than previous non-Orthodox mahzorim. English transliterations are offered for all prayers and lines recited aloud by the congregation. The page layout surrounds prayers with a variety of English commentaries and readings, as one finds in classical rabbinic commentaries.
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