QuotesAnd what avails it that science has come to treat space and time as simply forms of thought, and the material world as hypothetical, and withal our pretension of property and even of self-hood are fading with the rest, if, at last, even our thoughts are not finalities, but the incessant flowing and ascension reach these also, and each thought which yesterday was a finality, to-day is yielding to a larger generalization?
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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|May one answer in Hebrew-"Yehi Shmo Hagadol Mevorach LeOlam UleOlmei Olamim"?|
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|Wednesday, 17 December 2008 18:09|
May one answer in Hebrew-"Yehi Shmo Hagadol Mevorach LeOlam UleOlmei Olamim"?
One may indeed answer in Hebrew-"Yehi Shmo Hagadol Mevorach LeOlam UleOlmei Olamim". The last part "LeOlam UleOlmei Olamim" may be omitted if one so wishes since this is in accordance with the original minhag in both Eretz Yisrael and Bavel.
If one chooses to answer in Hebrew then one should do so softly enough so as to not attract undue attention assuming that the rest of the tzibbur is answering using the generally used Aramaic.