daily kaddish: after the barbecue


Neither Mira nor I felt much like making the daily kaddish recording, so I proposed we take a page from my Israeli friends who recited it at astonishing speed. This is a text-only recording of the two of us reciting independently, quickly—just getting it done, basically—and it’s for all the innocent plants and animals that gave their lives for a barbecue that night.

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1 Response to daily kaddish: after the barbecue

  1. Reb Deb says:

    Does “innocent” apply when “guilt” is not a possibility?

    I think those terms really only apply to us. And to God, since at least one of us created the other in their own image…

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