The Song of the Beasts of the Field

Examining the wonders of wild animals.

Each element of nature brings out a different aspect, revealing God's majesty and flawless benevolence. The songs of the universe are constant, filling the earth and the heavens. Even if the animals and inanimate creations have no mouths with which to sing, their very existence and function form a constant song of divine beauty. Yet they can only properly express their message if we, the conductors, utter the verses that they sing and live according to their meaning. These songs, collected in Perek Shira, were traditionally composed by King David and King Solomon. “Song of Existence” is a new video series which brings to life the music of the spiritual orchestra of Creation.

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Comments (6)

(6) Carl and CiCi Kraines, September 27, 2019 9:12 PM

Mazel Tov

Great job, Shmuli!

(5) Rachel Shillingford, September 15, 2019 10:04 AM

Thank you


(4) Devorah, September 15, 2019 2:21 AM



(3) Erika kish, September 13, 2019 8:59 AM

Song of creation

Thank you for another inspiring song perek shira very beautiful and informative as well . Can we expect others of the song of existence thank you for the wild beast and the elephant for the inspiration and grateful of creation to see the beauty of our earth and all that dwell in it.

(2) C, September 11, 2019 5:05 PM

Something to think about next time in the Kruger

Something to think about next time in the Kruger

(1) Shmuel Kraines, September 11, 2019 3:54 PM


The term "beasts of the field" refers exclusively to wild animals. It does not refer to domesticated animals that are displayed at the beginnning of the presentation for purpose of contrast.


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