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Bible Jewelry - What is the Nano Bible Jewelry

Bible Jewelry - What is the Nano Bible Jewelry

BIBLE JEWELRY The words of the bible have comforted people for thousands of years. They have given solace when needed it, shown a path when lost and taught lessons for years to come. Now, you can now wear the entire bible close to your heart at all times. Created in the Holy Land, ancestral home of the Old Testament and New Testament, the minds of Israel’s nano technology experts came up with the perfect combination of the world’s oldest writings and today’s most advanced technology – The Nano Bible. SO WHAT IS THE NANO BIBLE EXACTLY? It is a 5*5mm silicon...

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The History of the Evil Eye, an Ancient Symbol of Protection

The History of the Evil Eye, an Ancient Symbol of Protection

What is the evil eye symbol? Evil eye jewelry and amulets for evil eye protection? The evil eye may actually have originated as early as the Upper Paleolithic age. This figure is found in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim cultures as well as Buddhist and Hindu societies.  In different languages, the evil eye is known as: Hebrew Evil Eye – Ayin Ha’ra Turkish Evil Eye – Nazar Boncugu Italian Evil Eye – Mal Occhio Farsi – Bla Band Arabic – Ayin Harsha Scotland – Droch Shuil Spanish – Mal Ojo or El Oja France – Mauvais Oeil Germany – Böser Blick Romans – Oculus Malus The evil eye "mal de ojo",  Nazar "mauvais...

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Passover Symbolic Foods

Passover Symbolic Foods

Symbolic foods Passover Seder plate. Categories (with imaged examples in brackets): 1. Zeroa (shankbone)2. Beitza (roasted hard-boiled egg)3. Maror /Chazeret (horseradish)4. Maror /Chazeret (onion)5. Charoset6. Karpas (parsley) Karpas can be any vegetable for which the blessing over fruit of the earth is recited. Parsley or another green leafy vegetable is traditionally used. Jews of Eastern European descent sometimes use potatoes as it was the closest to a green vegetable that was often available during Passover. For maror, bitter herbs, use horseradish root or a bitter lettuce. Put enough on the seder plate for everyone as the maror will be eaten during the seder. The zro'a, shank bone, is a reminder of the Passover sacrifice. According to the Talmud  vegetarians may substitute a raw beet, which also...

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About the Matza and the Passover Seder: Matzo Balls Soup Recipee

About the Matza and the Passover Seder:  Matzo Balls Soup Recipee

Celebrating Passover The History And Symbolism Of Matzo Balls. Matzo ball soup with dill. Matzo represents the unleavened bread the Jews ate while fleeing Egypt. Nothing says Passover like a good bowl of matzo ball soup. That's according to Joan Nathan, chef and grande-dame of Jewish cooking, who spoke to Steve Inskeep of NPR's Morning Edition about the importance of the tradition. The Jewish holiday of Passover celebrates the Biblical story of the Exodus, or the freeing of Hebrew slaves from Egypt. "It's really the defining story of Judaism. Everybody in some way can identify with it – Jewish or not," says...

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What is Kiddush?

Jewish gifts Kiddush

What is Kiddush?

Kiddush , which means holiness, is the prayer over wine (or grape juice) that sanctifies Shabbat and holidays. Traditionally, Kiddush is recited (in two different versions) on Friday night and at Shabbat lunch. Other versions of the Kiddush are said on holiday eves and days. Friday Night Kiddush On Friday night, the Kiddush is recited over a full cup of wine or grape juice before sitting down for Shabbat dinner and before saying Hamotzi, the blessing over the challah. Traditionally, the Kiddush was recited by men. Today, in many households women or men recite Kiddush. After the Kiddush is recited, the cup is passed...

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