A Love Song between the Jewish People and G-d

I knew from the moment We first met
that We would sing love songs to each other for an eternity as a duet,
No matter what tragedy would beset
my love for You I would never forget.

I’d go hungry and lose all sleep
and I never be ashamed for
You to see me weep.
There is nothing for You I wouldn’t do
so that you know my love for You is always true.

I’d be a slave in Egypt for You
no matter the whips, no matter I would be black and blue

I’d be scattered and wander the globe
I never let go of my prayer robe
no matter how long my exile
they could never make my love defile
my love for You would get me through
no matter the ghetto street and avenue

no flame, no pain, no torture, no death
could stop me from loving You even with my last breath –
not having You is a living death

No! There is nothing I won’t do
To have my Love with You renew.
No! There is nothing I won’t do
To have my Love with You renew.

About the Author
Rabbi Avi Schwartz, is the son of the Palmach Legend, Motke Eish HaGarzen, Motke the Axeman. His Father was the commander that led the 21 Palmach Warriors who conquered Har Tzion ( Mount Zion), King David's Tomb in 1948, rescuing 1,700 Jewish men, women and children from the onslaught in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City. Rabbi Schwartz is both a Black Hat Rabbi and Zionist activist. A filmmaker and writer, with works in Netflix, he is also the creator of the first apps against BDS: Fight BDS and BDS Myth Busters (BDS Myth Busters is sponsored by the Hollywood icon and anti-BDS activist Roseanne Barr. Rabbi Schwartz is the VP of Digital Marketing and Director of Energycite, a breakthrough technology in energy conservation. He also is the founder of Torah Teen Palmach Center, training teens to be future leaders in the tradition of the Palmach.
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