This design is based on wildflowers that naturally grow in the Land of Israel. The symmetrical nature of this design represents the pasuk: K’mayim hapanim lpanim, ken lev ha’adam l’adam ~ Just as one’s face is reflected back when looking into water, so too one person’s heart is reflected in another (Mishlei 27:19).
1. Shir Ha’Maalot ~ Tehilim 126 (Psalms Chapter 126)
2.Im Echkachchech Yerushalayim Tishkach Yemini ~ If I forget you Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its strength (Psalms 137:5).
3. Shabbat Candle Lighting Prayer
4. Home Blessing ~ Yehi Ratzon
5. Custom Text ~ Contact Micol or write in at checkout (in the Notes field).