Jeremy Gimpel sings a new rendition for an ancient prayer while sharing Israel’s beautiful landscape.
Gratitude is a foundation of Judaism. The Jewish people are called “Yehoodim” in Hebrew, which comes from the word “to give thanks.”
Here, Jeremy Gimpel sings the prayer said by Jews each morning upon waking up: “Thank you Living Everlasting King, for You have restored my soul in me with compassion – Your faith is abundant.”
Filmed at the magnificent Arugot Farm in the Judean mountains, near the desert and overlooking the Dead Sea, you, too, will be inspired to give thanks.