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אחת שאלתי (One Thing I Ask)    

אחת שאלתי (One Thing I Ask)



The Razel family (Rav Micha, Yonatan, Aaron, and Rav Yehuda) composed this song when they completed Shas (ש"ס) together with thousands of Jews around the world.

 



On the occasion of the celebrations of the completion of Shas worldwide,  Rav Micha, Yonatan, Aaron, and Rav Yehuda Razel  joined  together  to  record  a song. Musical production, string and vocal arrangement by Yonatan Razel. 

 

The song was made in collaboration with the Dirshu1 (דרשו) organization. 

 

תהלים כ"ז 

אחת שאלתי מאת ה' 

אותה אבקש 

שבתי בבית ה' כל ימי חיי  
 

Tehillim 27:4 

One thing I asked of Hashem, 

That shall I seek: 

That I dwell in the House of Hashem all the days of my life. 

 

 

 

 

1 Dirshu's name is based on Tehillim 105:4, "Seek Hashem and His might; seek His presence always". 

 

Dirshu was originally established to combat the challenges to Jewish religious life faced by baalebatim (working men) in the modern age. Jewish men who have a  yeshiva  education are challenged by many negative influences in the workplace, such as Internet usage and lack of modesty. According to Dirshu founder Rabbi Dovid Hofstedter, by enabling these men to continue immersing themselves in Torah study, many of these challenges are rendered moot. By fostering discipline and accountability for personal study,  Dirshu enables participants to master their learning and has produced serious Torah scholars.

 





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