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  • King David and the Lyre

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on September 04, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    King David and the Lyre

    The lyre became King David's trademark, and today no statue is really complete without David's lyre. Two became one symbol, inspiring many Judaica artists and jewelry designers, as Rafael Jewelry. Discover how one piece captures an essence of a great man, spirit and soul.

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  • Tree of Life: Etz Ha’chayim

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 31, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    Tree of Life: Etz Ha’chayim

    Spreading its branches and reaching the sun, Tree of Life is a beautiful symbol in Judaism. What does Etz Ha’chayim symbolize and what's the secret behind its branches? Learn in this fascinating article.

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  • King David: Shepard, Warrior and Poet

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 31, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    King David: Shepard, Warrior and Poet

    Born in the Judah tribe, the young man, grew from a Sheppard to his father’s flocks to the most important kings in Jewish history. Talented as a leader and poet, his love to God shines brightly even today and inspires us greatly. Discover in detail his talents and heritage.

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  • The Shema: Hear Yisrael

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 30, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    The Shema: Hear Yisrael

    Shema Israel, was recited by King David and Moses, and has been recited ever since in the morning and evening. Do you know what stands behind the beautiful words and how it reflects and captures the essence of Judaism? Time to discover!

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  • Miriam: Lady of Exodus and Prophetess

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 29, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    Miriam: Lady of Exodus and Prophetess

    Miriam, mostly known for her tambourine and as Moses' sister, is one of the most important women in Jewish history.  It is time to put her in focus and reveal her greatest talents and contribuition to our Jewish heritage.

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  • Tefillin Mitzvah: Significance, origin and how to put Tefillin

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 20, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    Tefillin Mitzvah: Significance, origin and how to put Tefillin

    Made from leather, containing two boxes; head and hand, why do we wear tefillin, what do these boxes contain and learn how to put them in this easy and simple guide!

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  • Discover Chai: Meaning and Giving Chai

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 08, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    Discover Chai: Meaning and Giving Chai

    Symbol of 'life' and 'Good Luck' in Gematria, Chai is a popular Jewish symbol and features all our happy and challenging moments. Discover the meaning and use of this hopeful symbol!

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  • Hamsa: Learn about the Hamsa in Jewish Culture

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 07, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    Hamsa: Learn about the Hamsa in Jewish Culture

    You have seen it on numerous necklaces, street markets on your trip to Israel, a beautiful Hamsa, shaped as open palm’s hand, with a symbol of an eye. We are about to take you on a journey to discover the Hamsa, its symbolism and meaning in Israeli culture, Judaism and connection to our Moses, are you ready?

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  • The Pomegranate: Learn everything about the Jewish Symbol

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on August 02, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    The Pomegranate: Learn everything about the Jewish Symbol

    Blessed with 613 healthy benefits, the pomegranate carries an additional meaning and significance in Jewish traditions and Rosh Hashanah customs. The red and juicy fruit has been part of Jewish traditions for ages, first appearing in the torah, as one of the Seven Species brought to the Israelites from the Promised Land. Discover its meaning in Jewish holidays and the symbolism behind the pomegranate's 613 seeds right here.

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  • Hand-Painted Ram Shofars: Inspiring Jewish Symbols

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on July 30, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    Hand-Painted Ram Shofars: Inspiring Jewish Symbols

    Painted doves will carry the shofars’ tales across oceans and time from one generation to the next, telling the great history of our nation. Hand-painted shofars send strong messages with their depictions more than a 1,000 words would ever do.

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