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Malgorzata Krasucka  - Margalit                            Porque me tornei artista?  - Eu não me lembro, só sei que comecei a pintar com...

Malgorzata Krasucka - Margalit Porque me tornei artista? - Eu não me lembro, só sei que comecei a pintar com...

The Dybbuk, 1937. Dir. Michal Waszynsky.

The Dybbuk, 1937. Dir. Michal Waszynsky.

Blessing Hands in Jewish Cemetery in Worms, Germany

Blessing Hands in Jewish Cemetery in Worms, Germany

Prayers for Boys & Girls, Eloise Wilkin, 1975- Hanukkah

Prayers for Boys & Girls, Eloise Wilkin, 1975- Hanukkah

Jonah: A Tale Of Two Hearts + Illustration

Jonah: A Tale Of Two Hearts + Illustration

Hanukkah is a great time to discuss hedonism, the pursuit of pleasure as a matter of ethical principle, which the Hellenists nurtured so enthusiastically. I would like to present an idea that may sound novel to many of you, but is actually at the basis of Jewish thought. Read more: Maccabees vs. Greeks, Round II | The Times of Israel http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/maccabees-vs-greeks-round-ii/#ixzz3LxlGJWOu

Hanukkah is a great time to discuss hedonism, the pursuit of pleasure as a matter of ethical principle, which the Hellenists nurtured so enthusiastically. I would like to present an idea that may sound novel to many of you, but is actually at the basis of Jewish thought. Read more: Maccabees vs. Greeks, Round II | The Times of Israel http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/maccabees-vs-greeks-round-ii/#ixzz3LxlGJWOu

Some Jewish tombstones display 2 hands arranged for the priestly blessing. Priests (Kohanim) are assumed to be descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses and the first Kohen. And, yes, this symbol is like the Vulcan hand greeting (“live long & prosper”), suggested by Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock), who saw the blessing in synagogue as a child. He modified it, as Vulcans use only 1 hand.

Some Jewish tombstones display 2 hands arranged for the priestly blessing. Priests (Kohanim) are assumed to be descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses and the first Kohen. And, yes, this symbol is like the Vulcan hand greeting (“live long & prosper”), suggested by Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock), who saw the blessing in synagogue as a child. He modified it, as Vulcans use only 1 hand.

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