The Koren Children's Siddur
I thank You, living and eternal King, for giving me back my soul in mercy. Great is Your faithfulness.
The Upper Kavana: What do you want to say “thank you” for today?
This is a reflection question, asking the child to reflect on what they have to be thankful for today.
The Lower Kavana: “We thank Hashem for life itself. Life is a gift from Hashem.”
This kavana asks the children to consider life itself as a gift not to be taken for granted.
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