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"Miriam's Song of the Sea" - "Shirat Hayam"

    "Sing to the Lord, for he is highly exalted" Exodus 15:20-21

 

The Bible records that after the Children of Israel escaped a vengeful Pharaoh and his Egyptian chariots by miraculously passing through the Red Sea, also known as the Sea of Reeds, the prophetess Miriam led the Israelite women in song and dance, in celebration of their freedom and in thanks to God. Miriam, Moses' older sister, is the first woman ever to bear the title of prophet, thereby becoming the archetype of the female prophetic tradition. 

 

"I stand at the sea and turn

to face the desert stretching endless and still.

My eyes are dazzled

The sky brilliant blue

Sunburnt sands unyielding white.

My hands turn to dove wings.

My arms

reach

for the sky

and I want to sing

the song rising inside me.

      From Rabbi Ruth Sohn's Poem "Song of Miriam"

 

Quilled in gorgeous shades of blue 

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Be the Shamash

The perfect gift for family's who celebrate Chanukah.
Beautiful and meaningful handcrafted gift, that will be cherish for years to come.

According to legend, Judah Maccabee and the other Jews who took part in the rededication of the Second Temple witnessed what they believed to be a miracle. Even though there was only enough untainted olive oil to keep the menorah’s candles burning for a single day, the flames continued flickering for eight nights, leaving them time to find a fresh supply. This wondrous event inspired the Jewish sages to proclaim a yearly eight-day festival. 

Quilled in shades of blue, bursting with a flame of yellow and orange colors.

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Frame 8 x 10
    $110.00

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BELIEVE IN MIRACLES

Hanukkah or Chanukkah, also known as The Festival of Lights, is one of the most beloved Jewish holidays, full of light and joy and family celebration. The eight-day Jewish celebration commemorates the rededication of the Second Holy Temple in Jerusalem (2nd century BCE) following a long revolt of the Jews, led by Judah Maccabee, against their Greek-Syrian oppressors. 

According to legend, Judah Maccabee and the other Jews who took part in the rededication of the Second Temple witnessed what they believed to be a miracle. Even though there was only enough untainted olive oil to keep the Temple's 7 branched menorah’s candles burning for a single day, the flames continued flickering for eight nights, leaving them time to find a fresh supply. This wondrous event inspired the Jewish sages to proclaim a yearly eight-day festival, and the reason the Hanukkah Menorah (called Hanukkiah) has 8 branches. A 9th candle holder is for the Shamash, the designated helper candle. 

Hanukkah, which means “dedication” in Hebrew, begins on the 25th of Kislev on the Hebrew calendar and usually falls in November or December.

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CHRIS-MUKAH

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"Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love. " ~ Hamilton Wright Mabie The world can always use more light and joy. This bright Hanukkah Bush quilled in sparkling and celebratory colors is the perfect gift for the family that celebrates both Christmas and Hanukkah. 

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HAPPY CHRISMUKKAH

The perfect gift for family's who celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah.
Beautiful and meaningful handcrafted gift, that will be cherish for years to come.

Shadowbox no glass  6.5 x 6.5
Frame colors may vary.    $45.00