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At sundown on the sixth day the Creator sanctified Shabbat, the very first thing to be declared holy. By setting aside our own creative endeavors for one full day each week we allow our souls to be immersed in the holiness from which they came.

The Sabbath day is called an Eternal Covenant between God and the Children of Israel, because it is one of the ways that we can re-ignite the holy spark within. By keeping the Sabbath holy the Jewish people keep themselves holy, and this allows for the holiness of the appointed holidays.

The three major holidays are Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot, each having its own historical, agricultural, and theological connections, creating the triad of the Nation of Israel in the Land of Israel according to the Torah of Israel. Others festivals, such as Purim and Hanukah, usually encompass one or two of these aspects, but did not require ascending to the ancient Temple in Jerusalem, and do not require a cessation of creative work.


  Catalog > Shabbat & Holidays
Azazel (Yom Kippur) Shabbat Kiddush Our Life Is A Dance
Lag B'Omer
Ecclesiastes 3
For Everything There Is A Season








Out of Egypt Beyond All Reason
- The Purim Discourse
Chassidic Learning Series
"A Spiritual Preparation
for the High Holidays"
Jewish Living Series
"Passover Made Personal"








Appreciating the High Holidays
Through Their Prayers
Lecha Dodi
- Concepts Regarding the Preparation and Inauguration of the Shabbat
Kohanim Blessing
(Before the Kohanim Bless the People)
Birkat Kohanim
(The Priestly Blessing)








Candle Lighting Blessing
for Shabbat & Holidays
Aishet Chayil
Woman of Valor
Hanukah Candles
Had'lakat Nerot Hanukah
Megillat Ruth
-- A Mystical View of Ruth's Life -
The Mother of the Mighty King David








Devorah Designs Judaica Art inspires, heals, and imparts the wisdom of the ages. These creations make the perfect budget-friendly gift for Hanukah or any holiday, a birthday, a bar or bat mitzvah, an anniversary, wedding, or a new baby. Devorah combines her photography - usually from Israel - with meaningful blessings (brachot), prayers (tefillot), and quotes from the Bible (Torah/Tanach), Psalms (Tehillim), Perek Shira (the Songs or Praises of the Animals), and other Jewish sources. Devorah Designs artwork can have healing and therapeutic effects or help you create a happy space in your home. Devorah's unique Name Art brings layers of meaning to Jewish names, Christian names, and pet names, promoting self-understanding and healthy family dynamics.

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