Hanukkah is the holiday of light. These are days to recall our personal miracles, our ability to overcome difficulties, and the connection to our environment. According to Kabbalah, in Hanukkah there is a spiritual portal to the power of miracles - which enables us to rise above nature and make the impossible possible.
All religions during this time are involved in a change, a new beginning, hope for the future - going from darkness to light. Hanukkah is also the perfect opportunity to remember our inner light, make it stronger and let it shine out and guide us.
I prepared this Hanukkah Gift Guide with ideas for pieces to surprise your loved ones with.
Let there be light
- like the miracle of the cruse of oil, we all possess the ability to spread light around us. We just need to let it shine. “Let there be light” bracelet shows us that in any given moment, we can be the brightest light. Sometimes we might need a reminder to send away the darkness, but we all have the power to do so.
Faith necklace - a delicate classic necklace, reminding us that all we need is faith - in whatever we choose. We should believe in our ability to get the unattainable, to make the right choices, and to spread some light in places filled with darkness. All you need is faith.
Women of Valor - She openeth her mouth with wisdom, and on her tongue is the law of kindness. Eshet Hail is a woman who spreads her gifts and kindness to the world, and graciously accepts the reality around her. Any woman can find within herself these beautiful qualities, that make her an Eshet hail.
Anything is Possible - Like the miracle of the oil cruse in the second jewish temple, our anything is possible bracelet reminds us that sometimes miracles do happen. There is always room for optimism and faith. Even in the darkest night you can see the light, and the road ahead can always surprise us.
Thou art beautiful bracelet is here to remind us that we are beautiful. This phrase is from the song of songs, one of the most famous love poems ever written. It reminds us that we are all worthy of love, and that we are all beautiful. With these two simple words, the world shows its love and appreciation for a special woman, and for women everywhere.
Wishing you Happy Hanukkah 🕎🎁