The Song of the Dog

A deeper look into the heart of the world’s favorite pet.


Each element of nature reveals a different aspect of 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.

Sponsored by Oscar Abraham in memory of:
Moshe Yaakov ben Matisyahu Shalom
Chaya Mindel bas Yeshaya Yehuda
Yitzchak Isaac ben Tzvi
Chana Rachel bas Menachem

If you wish to partake in the continuation of the Song of Existence series and sponsor a song, you are welcome to contact us at info@songofexistence.org or to visit us at our website. our paypal address is donations@songofexistence.org. All contributions are used solely to cover our ongoing expenses of $350 per video and are displayed on our website. We wish our viewers a happy and sweet new year.



Comments (1)

(1) Sara Fishman, February 3, 2020 5:58 PM

Love for dogs, for humanity

I watched the beautiful video about the song of the dog. What impressed me most was that nothing negative was said about dogs. Since the video presents the gratitude and humility of the dog toward its human master as a model for what should be the attitude of the human toward our Divine Master, the complete focus on the positive aspect of dogs enables focus on the inherently positive aspect of humanity--and therefore the message to serve Hashem with loving appreciation and humility.

 

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