Qaddish


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Qaddish

(ˈkædɪʃ)
n, pl Qaddishim
(Judaism) a variant spelling of Kaddish
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After my mother passed away and I was attending Synagogue daily to recite the qaddish, I was grateful for his vigilance, always keen to alert me when it was time for me to say the mourner's prayer; for me then, the Synagogue with Eze Jacob present was an oasis of comfort, where the congregants could understand my grief and provide advice on mourning customs, while outside at my workplace I felt that people generally were insensitive to my feelings.
He finds this motif in the Qaddish "Who Renews" on the one hand, and the Temple Scroll column 29 and Jubilees 1 on the other.
As far as the qaddish is concerned, the version that came to be used at the burial service and at a siyyum ceremony goes beyond the simple praise of God and contains a passage of messianic character, probably originating in the early rabbinic academy.