Greeting Card: Jonah & the Whale Micrography
Micrography greeting card with an image of "Jonah & The Whale" filled with the text of the entire Book of Jonah.
Jonah the prophet was commanded to go to Nineveh and tell the people to repent for their evil ways, but Jonah tried to run away from his responsibilities. Of course, it's impossible to run away from God, who sent a "big fish" (often translated as "whale") to swallow Jonah. After three days of nothing better to do than reflect, Jonah promised he'd follow through with God's instructions, went to Nineveh to pass along God's message of repentance. The people repented, and they were saved -- all thanks to Jonah's warning, even if he delivered it reluctantly.
A beautiful and meaningful greeting card design for anyone with the honor of publicly reading from Jonah on Yom Kippur every year, or for Baby Naming, Bris / Brit Milah, Occasion_Housewarming, or any occasion worthy of blessing the recipient with the capacity to make holy choices *before* getting swallowed by a whale (or literally a "big fish," since biblical writers didn't have access to the modern taxonomy system for categorizing marine life, so every swimming creature was a דג/dahg/"fish").
- Text: Book of Jonah / Yonah (entire book)
- Size: 4"x6" (folded)
- Envelope: A6 (1 white envelope included per card)
- Language: Hebrew
- Art Type: Greeting Card, Blank Inside
Custom invitations, thank you notes, bulk orders at wholesale rates, & fundraiser options are available!
(Add your synagogue or organization's logo to the back, purchase at wholesale prices, then resell at the same price I do, or distribute to staff, donors, volunteers, or all the joyous celebrants in your community.)
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This piece is also available as a full-size art print.
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