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It is the Song of Angels that bring us home, into the Greatness that gets along. Do we need love, to rise above? Yes, bring us love that brings us all along, the laws that gets us from the rising tides, our hearts that swell and know our pride. Be that, is heard like Angels Call, we are the Rainbow Hall, where humbleness gifts life along, the path of Brotherhood. We bless the shoulders of grief befall, and send a blessings to that Great Hall, where we know tears, bring us new life, the light, that sheds all our strife. Be your color of bountifulness, the waking of the soul, that should, and we can offer wisdom here, to be the soul, that lives forever deer (journey of life). You the beloved knows good deeds,when we belong to all the leaves (relatives on the tree of life).

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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Joyful for the Celebration of Liberation


We sing for those who have found their heaven.  Those who seek to find their heaven.  And those who are lost from their heaven.

Oh Holy Day, the Joy that over comes me.  I am in faithful watchfulness for you.  I gift my heart to know the glory of you.  The relative shore, where all is in sacred bloom.  My soul does yearn.  I come to learn.  Do tell me your story, we did concern.  It's a show, above the righteous glow, because tomorrow, will bring to us many shores (each being).  All who do glow (rainbow clan).  My soul does flow, towards the heart, where love lives a spark. My holy day in you, I share with the mighty sacred blue (road of heaven, the heart).

I give my heart, don't impart from me (don't walk away from my heart).  I give to you, the soul inside of me that blooms.  I'm here don't count on me too soon (I will do my best, not always like a perfect nest), but I will bring my heart, it's in bloom.  I will be there to guide to you.  I will be there to smile for you.  I will gift to you my hands, to bring the holy stand.  I will gift my soul complete.  I will fill my heart so we can sleep.  Knowing we did greet, the souls who did look out over easy street, to tell them glory means, it's God's throne (Kingdom of Oneness, the Rainbow Clan, the royal descendants of Kings, kinsmen). The place we promised, inside your heart. I look there always, do you live there too.  My relative blue.  My soul guides me to you.  Oh holy day. Oh holy holy day.  My crows (represents the darkness of heaven's prodding and embrace, literally outside my widow pane) sing for you.  Don't you hear them in the blue.  The song of heavenly form flies close to you. 

Our souls do guide the way, from blue to red this day.  To bring the heart of a throne to a sacred true, the rainbow flow in you.  Come bring the lights, guide them from all plight. Give them a soul to count and bloom, show them they are worth, and count too. Give your soul a right, to forgive each and every night, towards heaven, we do loom, to bring the sacred bloom. 

Crows sing to us:
They want you to know, how great is your show.  You try to do your best now forgive your sacred nest. It's time to bring peace, inside your heart you do keep. My soul is alive, when you are here to thrive. My awakening call. I bring you down to fall. Down on your sacred knees, pray God will be pleased.  Tell all you do your fire, your sacred living desire, the rainbow call you keep is a place where you live your treats (within heaven, we turn lessons into treasures, with love and song provides my measure). Come and fly with me tonight. I will bribe the highest calling (how sweet, but only true love, will enter the kingdom of God). I will show you the way in (here, the measure is shared). I will show the darkness thin (create a veil for you). We will be one fluid light, you and I, will shine so bright (turn darkness to light, a light from within). Let the soul walk on in (reflection of light, inner vibrancy). Let us be so ever bold, not so thin (together a rope, bonded together in heart, the blue of heaven in you and me, as we fly with our souls free). Bring in trust from everywhere. Bring in your heart if you dare.  Tell all the soldiers we are here. And it's time to rise in the wind.  Come my beloved clan, let us in.  Listen to us, when we call (the animals are our soul elders, listen with your heart). Tell the children how to fall (get down on your knees and pray).  Bless the hall of consciousness, to begin a heavenly path.

Sung (and interpreted) by White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother and Holiness David Running Eagle, our Father Red Hand, the Star of David, the houseofthebeloved.blogspot.com, who Walk and Talk with Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy, alightfromwithin.org.

Beloved Cup of God and Relatives on the Hoops,

Thank you for sharing your heart with us. Your dream last night,"Last night I was dreaming to be in a synagogue and praying and singing with other Jews. It was like a party and big fun to praise the creator - everybody was very colorful."

Lost in transfer a video in the last posting about forgiveness http://houseofthebeloved.blogspot.com/2010/09/giving-to-receive-joy-give-alms-for.html and what is the meaning of it, by Rabbi Svirsky on this Holy of Holy Days, the Great Day of Awe, where the heart leaps with joy. It's a wonderful explanation of this wonderful day, Yom Kippur. Please I hope everyone starts here in their viewing, to understand forgiveness towards great joy.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9Zicrk1eDY&feature=player_embedded

[The Day of Atonement for Jews, Yom Kippur has begun with its opening Kol Nidrei (or Kol Nidre) “annulment of vows” on Friday evening. Yom Kippur is observed on the tenth day of Tishrei, a first month of the civil year and continues till the next nightfall. This year, the Yom Kippur falls on Saturday, 18th September. Kol Nidre is opening prayer and name for the evening service that symbols the opening of Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur is Jews’ holy day of the year.

Yom Kippur is observed as the Jews’ holiest day. This holy day is a 25-hour period of fasting (for those physically able), intensive prayer, and spending most of the day in Jewish congregation or temple services. On this day, the people excludes eating, drinking, bathing, cosmetics, wearing leather (including shoes), and conjugal relations. The fasting starts a before sundown, and ends after nightfall the following day. Yom Kippur finished the annual period identified as the High Holy Days or Days of Awe.  Thank you Jewish News123]



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFxv_gI70ZU&feature=related
Kol Nidrei:
Ve'esarei, Ush'vuei, Vacharamei, Vekonamei, Vekinusei, Vechinuyei. D'indarna, Ud'ishtabana, Ud'acharimna, Ud'assarna Al nafshatana, Miyom Kippurim zeh, ad Yom Kippurim haba aleinu letovah, Bechulhon Icharatna vehon, Kulhon yehon sharan,
Sh'vikin sh'vitin, betelin umevutalin, lo sheririn v'lo kayamin, Nidrana lo nidrei, V'essarana lo essarei, Ush'vuatana lo shevuot.

(contributed by Cup of God)

Cup of God, I prefer this video where Carlebach sings the Koi Nidrei because my heart did swell with love. Perry Como did not put feelings in my heart, even though Holiness David did marvel about his voice, with feelings of swelling in his heart, with his portray of Koi Nidrei (below).



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SY6i6SobW6M&NR=1

Sow Perry Como must be from an earthly perspective, bringing earth towards paradise. He did not live with heaven in his own heart, because he did not practice faithful tradition of blessings in his life, even is he was Jewish, just like many of us today. It's important to pray and give your praise away. Carlebach brings the essence of glory into this song, Kol Nidrei. Here Heaven is exclaiming the raptures of love.  The opening prayer, Kol Nidre means, "All Vows" (words to song in English below and Cup of God sent Hebrew above).

["Kol Nidre," with its marvelously plaintive and touching melody, and, gradually increasing in volume from pianissimo to fortissimo, repeats three times the following words", says Joseph Jacobs. Note: The chazan (cantor) recites Kol Nidrei aloud three times, each time louder and louder than before, and the congregation recites along in an undertone.]

"All vows , obligations, oaths, and anathemas, whether called '?onam,' '?onas,' or by any other name, which we may vow, or swear, or pledge, or whereby we may be bound, from this Day of Atonement until the next (whose happy coming we await), we do repent.

May they be deemed absolved, forgiven, annulled, and void, and made of no effect; they shall not bind us nor have power over us. The vows shall not be reckoned vows; the obligations shall not be obligatory; nor the oaths be oaths."


The leader and the congregation then say together: (Num. xv. 26).

"And it shall be forgiven all the congregation of the children of Israel, and the stranger that sojourneth among them, seeing all the people were in ignorance"

This also is repeated three times. The ?azzan then closes with the benediction, :

"Blessed art thou, O Lord our God, King of the Universe, who hast preserved us and hast brought us to enjoy this season."


"The Kol Nidre is the holiest Jewish prayer and is recited several times on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. It means "all vows" and is a flat statement that no promise of any kind will be kept for the coming year. It is also sung by the cantor in synagogue, accompanied on the violin and it says this." says JB Campbell 11-30-2003 JBC@wealthkeeper.net:

"All vows, obligations, oaths or anathemas, pledges of all names, which we have vowed, sworn, devoted, or bound ourselves to, from this day of atonement, until the next day of atonement (whose arrival we hope for in happiness) we repent, aforehand, of them all, they shall all be deemed absolved, forgiven, annulled, void and made of no effect; they shall not be binding, nor have any power; the vows shall not be reckoned as vows, the obligations shall not be obligatory, nor the oaths considered as oaths."

We must understand, the point of view of the Oneness of God from the eastern shore, where ordained people, the 12 tribes of Israel stand. Here we enter into heavenly space. We have walked our way from the earthly world (red earthly road), journeyed over torrential waters (blue heavenly road) and have found that the place of promise, lies inside the heart, where heaven is gifted birth in our souls. With the awakening of mankind around the world, evolution brings us to the perspective of Oneness. However even in this rainbow clan, we all have a perspective of the same center, where dreams live, inside gray (grandmother) space. We just stand in different places.  This becomes our viewpoint.  Here lies heaven, in our dreams, by trusting our blessed souls.  We are given birth, and lifted up by the chains of bondage, by learning that forgiveness is known, in our hearts as we walk and talk with others.  This is not always the body's knowing, the light, but always the soul's knowing of the heart, the darkness within, our heaven.

JB Campbell is angry, with a whole lot of other members of the human race, why the Jewish nation can commit crime after crime and simply absolve themselves.  This is a way of living (blue road of heavenly soul), rather than a day to day event (red road of earthly flesh).  When we forgive ourselves, we are able to allow our souls to be set free.  The heavenly soul travels the blue road, the law of song and talk (ordained eastern shore, 12 Houses of Jacob, representing rainbow colors, rainbow mother of heaven, talkers of the blue road of heaven, eldest physical bodies). The earthly flesh travels the red road, the law of love and walk (ordained western shore, are the Sioux, spiritual embrace of this world and the rainbow clan, walkers of the red road of earth, eldest soul bodies). The unity of the soul and flesh, releases us from bondage. This occurs when we forgive all things every day, to bring in the new, to play, through prayer and song. This is innately known by the Jewish Nation. But is not known, through their physical actions of daily occurrences.  We all reach to be the perfect we are within. This song tells us, that we are forgiven. That we need to forgive. And when we unite the blue road of heaven, our soul and dark, with the red road of earth, our flesh and light, then dreams can come true. We are freedom, without bondage or chained to our sins.  We are born within, we awake with joy. We share our heart full of heaven, in an earthly domain, we attempt to bring in paradise. 

But JB Campbell knows, like many of us, that this fine line, between the middle, the golden path of dreams, between the blue and red roads.  This means, we must cleanse our holy temple, the rainbow colors, through fire ceremonies to bless the light (book of life), that contains our soul and all the darkness we conceal in our lives, because each of us, cannot read the book of life clearly, except for crystal persons.  However, because of evolution and the return of heaven to earthly domain, we all will be able to read more clearly the book of life in everyone.  We are folding the light and darkness. We are becoming greatness. We have skills and sacred holy powers, when we fight with love.

In the days ahead, many will loose their way, because they could stay hidden from the truth of this world. But because we will all be given sight or vision of the heart, the blue road of heaven, tool of our soul, the song, will be able to look into the dark space of others, where they did hide for eons previously. This is the importance of learning to forgive and walking sacred in forgiveness. This is the holy communion of freedom, when forgiveness is a given. Now how do we unite the path, together?

Look here, this line "pledges of all names" or Jews who use no name, but rather "whether called '?onam,' '?onas,' or by any other name". This is for the returning soul within. We are God, the oneness, called the Rainbow Clan. We are all Godly. And G_d, had no heaven upon earth. Now heaven returns G_ah_d, the utterance of heavenly transmission, our voice and song, will lead us the way....to heaven on earth, scribed in your book of life. Walk sacred, talk sacred, it's evolution and it's home.  Two more years and it's done (dark and light will fold), heaven and earth arrive home.  Law of love demands, we care, forgive everyday and be free, to know God's love, each other, like pure hearts, we shall rule and reign, with heaven above, down upon this world, paradise in bloom!

"Blessed art thou, O Lord our God, King of the Universe, who hast preserved us and hast brought us to enjoy this season."
"Artist Rendition"
[During the Avinu Malkenu, the Ark is opened, and at the end of the prayer, the Ark is closed. In the Sephardic tradition, it is recited on Shabbat, and the Ark is not opened. Throughout the Ten Days of Repentance, five lines of Avinu Malkeinu that refer to various heavenly books include the word Kotveinu ("Inscribe us"). During Ne'ila, this is replaced with Chotmeinu ("Seal us"). This reflects the belief that on Rosh Hashanah all is written and revealed and on Yom Kippur all decrees for the coming year are sealed.]

This prayer Avinu Malkeinu, "Father Our King" is often omitted if Yom Kippur falls on the Sabbath like today, Saturday.

However, as heaven (darkness) greets us (light), we make way for the Kingdom of Glory ruled by the Kings of Heaven and Earth.  We give praise to the Great Spirits who lead us.  And give homage to the Great Spirit Father who has led the army of G_ah_d homeward and we made it to the top of the hill.  Now in evolution, we move from the light into the shadows (down the hill or wave of light), and our souls begin to spiral towards the center of darkness, we give homage to the Great Spirit Mother, who embraces the Warrior.

Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy take my hand, let us greet the promised land.


Avinu Malkeinu  "Our Father Our King" (our Great Spirit Father, our Kingdom), Hear our prayer
We have sinned before thee, Have compassion upon us and upon our children, Help us bring an end to pestilence, war, and famine, Cause all hate and oppression to vanish from the earth
Inscribe us for blessing in the book of life
Let the new year be a good year for us


Barbra Streisand
sings traditional music
Avinu Malkeinu. Part of the service for Yom Kippur.

"Sung during Rosh Ha' Shanah (the Jewish New Year), "Avinu Malkeinu" ("Our Father, Our King") is a supplication to God to treat us with kindness and generosity, even when we haven't always lived up to His ideals for us. The melody I sing here is so beautiful, surely the hand of God touched the composer." Barbara Streisand

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YONAP39jVE&feature=related

Avinu malkeinu sh'ma kolenu
Avinu malkeinu chatanu l'faneycha
Avinu malkeinu alkenu chamol aleynu
V'al olaleynu v'tapenu,

Avinu malkeinu
Kaleh dever v'cherev v'raav mealeynu
Avinu malkeinu kalehchol tsar
Umastin mealeynu,

Avinu malkeinu
Avinu malkeinu
Kotvenu b'sefer chayim tovim
Avinu malkeinu chadesh aleynu
Chadesh a leynu shanah tovah,

Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu,

Avinu malkeinu,

Avinu malkeinu
Chadesh a leynu,

Shanah tovah,

Avinu malkeinu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu




Let us sing praise upon the highest. Let us motion in time, with love. Let us walk with our neighbor with glad tidings. Let us talk with our children in song.  And expound, that we are the dream unfolding, and we are kings (kingsmen, kinsmen, we are related) again, royal blue (blood), the hearts of the (true) blue, heaven's bond, the loyal in you.  We are oneness, one clan, rainbow colors.  We are walking talking to be free. We are dreams that come from heaven to shed a blanket of love!

Comfort in the Wind, our Sunshine Glory Shines says with her heart, "Carry me home, darkness embrace, the dreams unfold, a human face!" 

You are the promise land, when a smile comes across your face (love is known in your heart), bless and pray, and all pain will be just a trace, as forgiveness shows you the way. Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy will make a stand, law of love, shall be the reprimand.

Come my Angels, let's walk towards the promise land, right into your heart, my talk does start, to reverberate all your worth. Let us sing together, let us be one hand (knowing peace).   

Your devoted servant,
White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother
HouseoftheBeloved.blogspot.com
the beloved rainbow clan

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Contributed by Holiness David
"The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. This is the law of love and the law of song, let us dream to the beyond."

1. THE KOL NIDRE

By : Joseph Jacobs Max Schloessinger Cyrus Adler Francis L. Cohen

Prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on the Day of Atonement; the name is taken from the opening words. The "Kol Nidre" has had a very eventful history, both in itself and in its influence on the legal status of the Jews.

Introduced into the liturgy despite the opposition of rabbinic authorities, repeatedly attacked in the course of time by many halakists, and in the nineteenth century expunged from the prayer-book by many communities of western Europe, it has often been employed by Christians to support their assertion that the oath of a Jew can not be trusted.

Form of Prayer.

Before sunset on the eve of the Day of Atonement, when the congregation has gathered in the synagogue, the Ark is opened and two rabbis, or two leading men in the community, take from it two Torah-scrolls.  Then they take their places, one on each side of the ?azzan, and the three recite in concert a formula beginning with the words, which runs as follows:

"In the tribunal of heaven and the tribunal of earth, by the permission of God -- blessed be He -- and by the permission of this holy congregation, we hold it lawful to pray with the transgressors."


Thereupon the cantor chants the Aramaic prayer beginning with the words "Kol Nidre," with its marvelously plaintive and touching melody, and, gradually increasing in volume from pianissimo to fortissimo, repeats three times the following words:

"All vows , obligations, oaths, and anathemas, whether called '?onam,' '?onas,' or by any other name, which we may vow, or swear, or pledge, or whereby we may be bound, from this Day of Atonement until the next (whose happy coming we await), we do repent.

May they be deemed absolved, forgiven, annulled, and void, and made of no effect; they shall not bind us nor have power over us. The vows shall not be reckoned vows; the obligations shall not be obligatory; nor the oaths be oaths."


The leader and the congregation then say together: (Num. xv. 26).

"And it shall be forgiven all the congregation of the children of Israel, and the stranger that sojourneth among them, seeing all the people were in ignorance"
This also is repeated three times. The ?azzan then closes with the benediction, :

"Blessed art thou, O Lord our God, King of the Universe, who hast preserved us and hast brought us to enjoy this season."


In many congregations Num. xiv. 19-20 is recited before this benediction. After it the Torah-scrolls are replaced, and the customary evening service begins. Thank you http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=340&letter=K

2. Avinu Malkeinu (Hebrew: אָבִינוּ מַלְכֵּנוּ‎) (lit. "Our Father, Our King") is a Jewish prayer recited during Jewish services on Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and certain fast days.

Each line of the prayer begins with the words "Avinu Malkeinu" and is then followed by varying phrases, mostly supplicatory. There is often a slow, chanting, repetitive aspect to the melody to represent the pious pleading within the prayer. There are 54 such verses. Verses 15-23 are recited responsively, first by the leader and then repeated by the congregation. The reader also reads the last verse allowed (and sometimes it is sung by the entire congregation).

On most days when Avinu Malkeinu is recited, it is included during Shacharit and Mincha on that day. It is omitted on Shabbat (except Yom Kippur at Ne'ila) and at Mincha on Fridays. On Erev Yom Kippur it is not recited at Mincha but some congregations do recite it in the morning when it falls on Friday. On Yom Kippur, Avinu Malkeinu is also recited during Maariv and Ne'ila, except when Yom Kippur falls on Shabbat in the Ashkenazi tradition, in which case Avinu Malkeinu is recited during Ne'ila only. During the Avinu Malkenu, the Ark is opened, and at the end of the prayer, the Ark is closed. In the Sephardic tradition, it is recited on Shabbat, and the Ark is not opened.

Throughout the Ten Days of Repentance, five lines of Avinu Malkeinu that refer to various heavenly books include the word Kotveinu ("Inscribe us"). During Ne'ila, this is replaced with Chotmeinu ("Seal us"). This reflects the belief that on Rosh Hashanah all is written and revealed and on Yom Kippur all decrees for the coming year are sealed. When recited on Fast Days (other than the Fast of Gedaliah which falls in the days of Penitence) the phrase Barech Aleinu ("bless us") in the 4th verse is recited instead of the usual Chadesh Aleinu ("renew us"), and "Zochreinu" (remember us) is recited in verses 19-23 in place of "Kotveinu B'Sefer" (inscribe us in the book). Fast Days on which it is not recited (by any custom) are Tisha B'Av, the afternoon of the Fast of Esther except when it is brought forward (thus not falling immediately before Purim) and when the 10th of Tevet falls on a Friday it is omitted at Mincha (as is usual on a Friday).

Sephardic Jews do not recite Avinu Malkeinu on fast days (except those that fall in the days of Penitence). Instead, a series of Selichot prayers specific to the day are recited.

In the interests of gender neutrality, the UK Liberal Jewish prayer-book for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (Machzor Ruach Chadashah) translates the epithet as "Our Creator, Our Sovereign". It also contains a contemporary prayer based on Avinu Malkeinu in which the feminine noun Shekhinah is featured.[1] Thank you http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avinu_Malkeinu.


On Sat, Sep 18, 2010, Cup of God flips over and pours out wrote:

(Hebrew words to Kol Nidrei above)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SY6i6SobW6M&NR=1 (above)

Dream Vision (above)

"See, O Lord, what miserable sinners we are. We make promises to live better lives each year and yet always fall far short of keeping them. Therefore, help us, O Lord, and pardon us for our shortcomings."
Blessings from your Magenta Warrior,
Halls of Consciousness
Cup of GoD
http://cupofgod.blogspot.com


Joy is here to stay ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥ and sacred is the way, to heaven's bounty where we come from,
we return to this Heavenly Sun. Shine on me today, let my heart shower miracles away.  
Free my soul and walk with me, to the shore of divinity.  Gather and set my soul on fire, 
the waking call of G_ah_d's (utterance of heavenly transmission) desire. 
Let us shine as family. Let us set our souls free!
Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy
L 'Shanah Tovah
Blessing for a New Year!
Let us shine, 
a light from within,
for all to know.
 


White Buffalo Calf Woman your Twin Deer Mother Sings.  I bring pass over to you, my heart does long to be bleu (freedom), the heart of always comes true, when faith is written on you. But so many, they don't really, think that G_ah_d (utterance of heavenly transmission) will bring, the heart that rings. And we are satisfied, to long for better skies, rather than trusting all the ones who came before us. It's time of prophecy, the living of all the devoted seas (blue tzitzit), and what could bring us home, we don't look at this loom (weaving of light and dark). It's a covering, the prayer cloth that helps us discover, that we are housing a truth, and it's called our soul. There is wisdom if we trust our heart's breath, the sanctity of loving all that is truth. But who can you depend on, when so many think they know lawns (green grass the home of paradise) and you don't know which way to turn? 

There's only one place, that speaks volumes, it's the prayer you turn to, that leads you true. Look at your heart inside, not at your pride outside, but bring the soul, that knows, the way to go. And when we follow you and me, and gift all, to the leaves (tree of life, our relatives who we share life with), then we know where we must go, on it's course of time. Let's not be blind any more, but instead let's find vision of a stare, where our hearts show us the way, with good old fashion love in the air. And it's where we need find, the song that leads us this time, to unite our hearts, to fight for broken hearts. 

There is wind in the clouds. There is flowing of the blood, but there is not wisdom that grows, with all the lies. Instead, let's hold each others hands, and feed all who do command, the soul of wisdom, the soul of pride (faith and humbleness), that offers us the ride. It's heaven inside. It's the grains of delight (abundance for all). It's where G_ad_d promises us paradise. Give your embrace to the world. Feed the homeless and the full. Open your hearts and give it all away. Brotherhood comes with a price, and we'd better think twice, because only love will allow us to survive. We are a hide (holy temple which resides a soul), the Rainbow Tribe.

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