Shabbat Shalom Rainbow Micrography Print (8"x10")
Shabbat provides us with the gift of rest, rejuvenation, and reconnection with our souls, our community, & our traditions – from the traditions our ancestors have followed for millennia to the new traditions we create for ourselves in every generation.
As the poet Ahad Ha’am wrote, “More than Jews have kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept the Jews.”
Jews around the world connect to this sacred time in a myriad of ways: whether we gather with our community for worship and Torah study, spend the day out in nature with our families, dedicate part of the day to a hobby we don’t always have time for the rest of the week, or take the day for personal reflection, Shabbat allows us to connect to the past, present, and future of our souls and the Jewish community.
There’s no singular “right way” to celebrate Shabbat: the wide spectrum of Shabbat practices and diversity of spiritual connections to the meaning of Shabbat contribute to the beauty of Jewish diversity. Just as the first rainbow demonstrated God’s b’rit/promise never to destroy the earth again after the flood in Noah’s time, the rainbow serves as a symbol for our side of the b’rit to find meaning in Jewish traditions anew in every generation, in every community, and within every Jewish soul.
This piece features a rainbow with the words "Shabbat Shalom" in sofrut stam (Torah script) in the negative/white space and makes a meaningful gift for teachers, rabbis, cantors, tutors, synagogues, Occasion_Housewarming, & more!
- Title: Shabbat Shalom Rainbow
- Text: Friday Night Shabbat Table Blessings
- Size: 8"x10"
- Recommended Framing: 8"x10" or 11"x14"
- Language: Hebrew
- Art Type: Print, Signed & Numbered
The digital file of this piece can also be licensed for Visual T'fillah, siddurim, service program booklets, Bar/Bat Mitzvah programs, & more! Use the Contact form to inquire; licensing fees vary by the extent of the intended use, audience, & distribution method.
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