The text reads “Ani l’dodi v’dodi li” (Hebrew), “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.” A perfect piece for weddings or anniversaries.
The Hebrew words "Sheviti YHVH l'negdi tamid" mean "I place the Divine before me always." An alternate translation I like to use is, "I place what is important before me now."
The text reads in Hebrew and English: “The whole world is a narrow bridge—the important thing is to not be afraid.” The words of this popular song are attributed to Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, a late 18th-century thinker known for his joyful spirituality.
Laser Prints 1
Laser prints of original watercolor and calligraphy pieces.