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"Song represents the concept that people understand the harmony of creation. Nature is always 'singing,' because, from the tiniest microorganism to the mightiest galaxy, everything acts and interacts as God intended it to. This is song. It is the most awesome symphony conceivable, because it consists of an infinite number of players uniting in playing the Divine score. But man seldom sees this harmony."

- from The Complete ArtScroll Machzor, by Rabbi Nosson Scherman

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