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Chesed (or khesed) is the Hebrew word for loving kindness, God's steadfast and unwavering love. Getting this either on my wrist or ribs.

Chesed (or khesed) is the Hebrew word for loving kindness, God's steadfast and unwavering love. Love the script

how amazing the star of david is the symbol for as above so below a tattoo I have dreamed of for years

OK we have all the elements, fire, air, water and earth.I am and you are one of the other 6 pointed stars? 18 you would think perhaps because it's the brightest, but maybe 19 because it fits best with 11 in it's size?

Olive Branch Tattoo by tattoojune

25 Splendid Olive Branch Tattoo Designs

Tree of life art, Folk Magen David, tree painting, jewish art tree, bar mitzvah tree, folk illustration, acrylic painting, green and orange,

Tree of life art, Folk Magen David, tree painting, jewish art tree, bar mitzvah tree, folk illustration, acrylic painting, green and orange,

50 Hebrew words, many from the Books of Genesis and Exodus in the Law of Moses or Torah.

The Hebrew alphabet has evolved from Biblical, Phoenician, and Aramaic origins.

Abra Cadabra is Jewish. 2,000 years ago the sages of the Talmud invented the words Abra Cadabra, it sounded more like Avra Kehdabra “I will create, as I speak” or “The deed is the word” - That makes God the first magician, if you will, because according to the Torah in that famous story of Creation that we all know, that’s how God creates the world – by speaking. In the beginning God said, ‘Let there be Light,’ and there was Light. God spoke, and then there was, Avra Kehdabra. All with…

Actually is from Aramaic, precursor to Hebrew. The Aramaic is "Avra kehdabra" and means literally "I will create as I speak". Abracadabra in Hebrew is "I create what I speak"

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