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Handmade Judaica caligraphy on parchment

Handmade Judaica caligraphy on parchment. All works are made with quality ink and materials that are 100% Kosher. For Jewish Holliday(Shavuot) 15% discount - cupon code is "HAPPYHOLIDAY15" Now all products are free shipping

Judaica caligraphy

Protection Talisman.
A talisman for protection. Contains the only 11 passages of the bible that begin and end in the letter נ' (noon), Associated with protection and safety and Psalm 67 in the shape of a menorah (also considered a blessing). This talisman traditionally holds a blessing to protect the house and family.

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Judaica caligraphy

Hand made writing by turkey feather on parchnent.


Hand made writing by turkey feather on parchnent.
Woman of Valor is an ode to a Hebrew woman, that concludes the book of Proverbs. Alphabetical acrostic poem written and describes the ideal woman. Different interpretations given about the object of the song, from some unknown woman, through the different women in the Bible, for the form of the ideal woman to turn. Starting from the 16th century adopted the custom to sing this song Friday night before dinner in the Diaspora in Israel. 22 song verses, as the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet. Each verse two parts - the second part completes the first part.

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Nishmat Kol Chai - manuscript on Parchment
Nishmat (נִשְׁמַת or Nishmat Kol Chai, The breath of every living thing) is a Jewish prayer that is recited following the Song of the Sea during Pesukei D'Zimrah but before Yishtabach on Shabbat and Yom Tov. It is also recited during the Passover seder in some traditions. The recitation of this prayer is not required by halakha in Judaism, but nevertheless, is prized by halakhic authorities because the concepts covered in this prayer are basic to Halakha. Nishmat and Yishtabach are in some ways considered to be one long prayer, abridged just to Yishtabach on weekdays when there is no time to recite the entire prayer. In this prayer, the word Nishmat (the combining form of Nishmah נִשְׁמָה breath) that begins the prayer is related to the word neshama (נְשָׁמָה soul), suggesting that the soul is part of the breath of all life. The theme of the prayer is the uniqueness of God. Some halakha can be derived from the prayer Nishmat. The commandment Do not lie idly by the blood of your neighbor requires a person to rescue another s/he sees is in danger. But from Nishmat, it can be seen that one who is not physically present where the danger is taking place is exempt from performing any rescue action. Some examples of this include the obligation to rescue a person from a burning building in one's own location, but an exemption from the obligation to donate an organ when doing so can save a life (though doing so is still permitted).

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Uses 100 percent kosher materials , ink, leather, paper

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