Look at the Pages - Four Column Layout

With the four column layout of Siddur Eit Ratzon, the Hebrew text, transliteration, translation, and commentary are all on the same page, and are aligned so that you can easily go back and forth between them.

Whether you need assistance in reading the prayers in Hebrew, understanding what they mean, or how they fit into the service, the format will help you achieve your goal.

(This format is modeled on that of Siddur Chaveirim Kol Yisraeil, a Friday evening Siddur whose authors graciously made the format available electronically for use in this Siddur.)

Three sample pages are presented here. You are invited to browse through them. (The binding runs down the middle of these pages, so that each "page" here consists of two facing pages in the actual Siddur.)

The Beginning of the Morning Blessings

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The Blessing after the Sh'ma

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The End of the Amidah

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