Adonai li v’lo ira

Adonai li v’lo ira 

G-d is with me, I shall not fear.

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Adon Olam (Transliteration)

“The Master of the World, Who Always Ruled, Always Will…”

Adon olam, asher malach,

b’terem kol y’tzir nivra.

L’et na’asah v’cheftzo kol,

azai melech sh’mo nikra.

V’acharey kichlot hakol,

l’vado yimloch nora.

V’hu haya, v’hu hoveh,

v’hu yih’yeh b’tifara.

V’hu echad, v’eyn sheni

l’hamshil lo, l’hachbira.

B’li reishit, b’li tachlit,

v’lo ha’oz v’hamisrah.

V’hu Eli, v’chai go’ali,

v’tzur chevli b’et tzarah.

V’hu nisi umanos li,

m’nat kosi b’yom ekra.

B’yado afkid ruchi

b’et ishan v’a’irah.

V’im ruchi g’viyati,

Adonai li v’lo ira.

The Lord of the Universe who Reigned

Before anything was created.
When all was made by his will
He was acknowledged as King.

And when all shall end
He still all alone shall reign.
He was, He is,
and He shall be in glory.

And He is one, and there’s no other,
to compare or join Him.
Without beginning, without end
and to Him belongs dominion and power.

And He is my G-d, my living G-d.
to Him I flee in time of grief,
and He is my miracle and my refuge,
who answers the day I shall call.

To Him I commit my spirit,
in the time of sleep and awakening,
even if my spirit leaves,
G-d is with me, I shall not fear.

Moshe Holtzberg seen on his first day at first grade in the city of Migdal Haemek on August 26,2012. Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and his wife, Rivka, who was five months pregnant, were killed during the November 2008 Mumbai attacks by Pakistani Islamic terrorists. Their two-year-old son Moshe survived the attack after being rescued by his Indian nanny, Sandra Samuel. Photo by Avishag ShaarYashuv/Flash90

Moshe Holtzberg seen on his first day at first grade in the city of Migdal Haemek on August 26,2012. Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and his wife, Rivka, who was five months pregnant, were killed during the November 2008 Mumbai attacks by Pakistani Islamic terrorists. Their two-year-old son Moshe survived the attack after being rescued by his Indian nanny, Sandra Samuel. Photo by Avishag ShaarYashuv/Flash90

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