Log and Flower Candleholder
Featuring a charming double flower design resting in a hollow log, this candlestick
set is perfect for adding elegance to your family’s Shabbat table. Dimensions:
Judaica Peace Wall Hanging0.00₪
Judaica Peace wall hanging designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman
the sayin of this padent in one word is ‘peace’ shown by 3 objects, the very known peace sign, the dove and with a quote for the bible:
… “and they shall beat their swords into plowshares”… (Isaiah 2:4, King James).
This verse from the prophet Isaiah about the End of Days is the most widespread and commonly quoted expressions of our yearning for peace.
A complete Scroll of Isaiah was found in the caves of Qumran near the Dead Sea. Today, the original is on display at the Shrine of the Book in the Israel Museum, where it’s possible to see these words which so completely symbolize peace.
Pomegranate Wall Hanging0.00₪
Pomegranate wall hanging designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman.
Pomegranate from aleph to taf (A to Z)
It is said that the Torah is as full as a pomegranate. Why did the sages choose the pomegranate? Because in most types of fruit, there’s a small space full of air. The Torah, like the pomegranate, is so full of seeds there’s not even a drop of air.
To illustrate this saying, I chose to fill the pomegranate with all the letters, from aleph to taf, which are used to write the Torah.
Ana be’koah framed designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman.
Ana B’koach [We beg thee with the strength (and greatness of thy right arm.)]
This liturgical poem is part of the morning prayers . It was written in the Middle Ages by Rabbi Nehunia ben Hakaneh. The poem is composed of seven lines with six words each. The initial letters of each word can be combined to make a name of 42 letters. According to Kabbalah, this is one of the names of G_d.
Ari-Hakadosh (Yitzhak Ben Shlomo Ashkenazi) of Tzfat wrote in his book that without this prayer, a person cannot advance to the next spiritual level. This is why the prayer should be said each morning. According to The Zohar, the words of “Ana B’koach” are the wings of angels, helping us to advance to the next level.
A designed wall hanging by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman.
The main design and the story of this necklace comes by a quote from the bible (“Cast thy bread upon the waters”) in a circle pendant that hang on body by a silver chain.
“Cast thy bread upon the waters” (Ecclesiastes 11:1, King James);
This is the advice of Kohelet (Ecclesiastes). We can interpret this advice literally, as throwing bread on the surface of the water so the fish become accustomed to approaching the shore. Then we can catch them.
However, most interpretations teach us that Kohelet is advising us to do good deeds for others, without expecting anything in return.