Baruḥ Shomer Havtaḥato
Within the Jerusalem landscape: "If I forget thee O Jerusalem let me right hand forget its cunning: if I do not remember you may my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth: if I not prefer Jerusalem above my chief joy"
[Psalm 137: 5, 6]
And just a curiosity about this extract, it is the very last thing said by the groom under the bridal canopy (huppa) before he steps on the glass which ends the wedding ceremony.
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