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Pesukei D’Zimrah-Adar Joy-Likkutei Eitzot 14 Print E-mail
Written by Machberes Avodas Hashem   

Pesukei-Dzimrah-Songs-of-Praise-Kavanot-iPray-AdarListening to a musical melody on instruments played by a pious musician for the sake of heaven can be very helpful in attaining joy, and also subdue and clarify the imagination. Through this, one merits awareness and concentration of his thoughts on the World to Come and to perceive the clues which God provides for him every day on how to draw closer to Him. By means of such song and joy, one can even attain prophecy and the Holy Spirit. (Likkutei Eiztot, Simcha #14)


Psalm 148 is the Song of all Creation celebrating Redemption. Use Pesukei D’zimrah as an opportunity to listen in to their music so as to focus on the joy of the World to Come.

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