Downloadable, printable Lamentations for use on Tish'a B'Av
, in PDF and Davkawriter formats, with linear translation and an afterword on theodicy and theology
"A Ceremony of Sorrow, Hope, & Action", on the Shalom Center website, which contains many more resources and ideas
The classical kinah (lament) for Tisha B'Av, as led by the Satmar rebbe in Bethlehem NH, 2014. The tune is slightly different than the one most of us know, but you'll be able to recognize it if you listen carefully. Recording starts at the third verse.
When we feel the fire of the sun and remember the fire that burned the Temples, it's a good time to pray for this Earth, our Temple.
When King David disturbs the foundation stone of the world, the waters of the t'hom
, the abyss, rise up through the breach King David has made, threatening to destroy the world
Richard Kaplan's eco-lament for Tisha B'Av
What is the real meaning of Tish'a B'Av? Should we still observe Tish'a B'Av now that we "have" Israel?
Reb Zalman's Nachamu, for the turning of Tisha B'av or the turning of mourning.
On images of cannibalism in Eikhah
: an eco-interpretation.