• The Divine Commandment Silver
  • The Divine Commandment Silver
  • The Divine Commandment Silver
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  • The Divine Commandment Silver 837
  • The Divine Commandment Silver 837

The Divine Commandment Silver

Veahavta Lereakha kamokha - Love thy neighbor/friend as thyself

Remember the most sacred and important of all commandments - LOVE
$120 USD     (prezzo in Gold: $903)
3.3cm/3.3cm -  1.3Inch/1.3Inch
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Descrizione prodotto

Rabbi Akiva, one of the greatest Tanaa’im (sages), was asked once if he can sum up the sacred Torah in one sentence he said “Veahavta Le’ reakha kamokha” - ”Love thy neighbor /friend as thyself”.

This commandment appears in the Torah a few times. At first, the creator simply asks for love “with all your heart, soul and will”, then the commandment appears once again as “Love the foreigner” and eventually it appears as “Love thy neighbor”.

I’ve created this pendant as a powerful symbol and message. The two cherubs are holding the “Divine Commandment” which simply states “Love!” and is written in the traditional Assyrian Hebrew fonts of the Torah. The two cherubs are based on ancient Assyrian and Egyptian motifs which were common in the ancient Middle East.



What is mine and what is yours - belongs to her! - an inspiring Story
Our story this time takes place in the land of Israel in the latter part of the 1st century and the first part of the 2nd. During the reign of the Roman Empire.

Our protagonist is Akiva ben Joseph, a poor uneducated shepherd of humble parentage working for the richest man in Jerusalem,
Kalba Savua. The name Kalba Savua is an ancient Aramaic nickname which is derived from the fact that a poor person would enter his home, as famished as a dog ("Kalba" is Aramaic for dog), and would emerge after a hearty meal with a full belly ("Savua" is linked to "save'a," which in Hebrew means sated).

Kalba Savua's daughter Rachel noticed how modest Rabbi Akiva was and how fine a person he was. She said to him: “If I agree to be your wife, will you study Torah in the 'beit midrash' [school for the study of Torah]?” He replied, “Yes”. Their wedding ceremony was carried out clandestinely. When Kalba Savua found out about the marriage he banished her from his house, cutting her off from all his assets.

The legend goes on to tell us of the difficulties faced by the young couple. In a barn. In the morning, when the daughter awakens, she finds that her hair is full of straw. Her new husband picks out the straw from her hair and promises her that, if he had enough money, he would give her a "Jerusalem of gold”, a famous gold ornament/pendant at that time.

In order to persuade the bride that their situation is not so dire, Elijah the Prophet appears in the guise of a human being and asks them for a little straw for his wife who is about to give birth. Rabbi Akiva says to his wife, “You see this person? He does not even have a bit of straw."
Rachel says to her husband, "Go and study Torah in a 'beit midrash'." Rabbi Akiva obeys her wishes and sets off on his journey to learn Torah. Twelve years pass and he returns home accompanied by 24,000 students.

All of the townspeople come out to greet him. So does his wife, who appears in ragged clothes and who refuses to heed the advice of her neighbors who suggest that she borrow suitable attire. When his students catch sight of her, they try to prevent her from approaching Rabbi Akiva. However, he immediately calls a stop to their efforts (using one of the shortest and most beautiful statements to describe their mutual relationship): "What is mine and what is yours - belongs to her!"

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