Judaism Prayers

A collection of prayers and religious scriptures from the Judaism Religion.

Judaism is a religion based upon the Tanakh and its proclaimed Creator of Heaven and Earth, known in English as “God” and by the Jewish Tanakh’s 10 Commandments “יהוה”, which by sound is translated into English more properly as “Yodh He Waw He”. Judaism like Islam is an “Abrahamic” religion, sharing the same ancestor “Abraham”. Practitioners of Judaism put effort to obey the 10 Commandments given to them first by God (Yodh He Waw He) himself and then passed onto Moses to distribute. The religion involves many laws and practices aimed to avoid sin and instead pursue good and its aligned deeds. Sin is described as anything not good, which can be explained by, “If it is not hurting anyone, it is good”. The religions belief on what is good and what is sin extends beyond bodily pain into involving emotions and morales, as well as ownership and sharing. Judaism shares a part of itself with Christianity.

There are an estimated 15 million Jew’s world wide. (2021)

Regardless of what we nickname our Oldest Ancestors, one thing all Religions have in common, We Love Our Oldest Parents.

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