In this newsletter we like to share with you some of our
designs that have special and powerful quotes. These
quotes, when contemplated and focus upon can bring the
wearer hope, courage, wisdom and positive attitude to
The Ring of Courage
The Hebrew text engraved on the ring says:
"Cowardice is the worst of all
measures. Fear is the gate that the fool opens and the
wise locks. When fear sneaks behind you, know it is a
creation of your thoughts. Clean your thoughts and
fear will vanish. Only then will your life become
valid. What is within you will bring you life. What is
not within you will bring you death."
The text explains that fear
comes from ignorance. Fear twists your real
perception and judgment. Fear is summoned by the person
himself by letting deceiving thoughts and feelings grow in
one's mind. Fear causes the
feared one to become blind to the beauty and abundance
Four Winds and the Journey of Life
The Hebrew engraving around the stone means - "Father of the four winds fill my
sails across the sea of years", a
sentence taken from the Led Zeppelin song - Kashmir.
On one side of the ring appears the phrase "The farther one travels the less
one knows" (written in Hebrew). This
phrase was taken from the book of the "Tao Te Ching"
written by the famous ancient Chinese truth seeker Lau
The ring is meant to remind the
truth seeker of the illusions and the deceptions of
the outside world: "At the end of your journey you will discover that you
have never moved at all..."
I ching Pendant
The Hebrew engraving around the pendant says:
“What was will be again, what
happened will happen again. There's nothing new under
The sentence is taken from the book Ecclesiastes written
by King Solomon. King Solomon was aware of the cyclical
nature of things and wrote this phrase with a Buddhist
mindset. The I Ching, like King Solomon, shows us how
small we are in relation to the processes occurring in the
universe, how ever at the same time it empowers us with
knowledge so we can better understand our surroundings and
The I Ching pendant gives the
wearer the understanding of the human place in the
universe and the ability to attain great knowledge and
power in life.
This ring is based on one of the greatest novels ever, the
Master and Margarita, by the Russian novelist Mikhail
Bulgakov. The M Represent the master. The ring reminds the wearer that he
is the creator of his own reality. The ring
is engraved with the Hebrew quote: "Each will live according to his own belief".
Encircling the ring is a Hebrew engraving of a citation
from the book by Faust: "Who
are you, then?... I am part of that power which
eternally wills evil and eternally performs good".
Aristotle Ring of Excellence
This ring is based on the ancient greek philosopher
Aristotle’s perception and ideas of what is happiness and
how to achieve a state of complete happiness through
balance as well aspiration for excellence.
The writing on the ring says:
”Excellence is a golden mean:
A habit of good deeds and an art of balance. Between
cowardice and rashness lies courage. Between sloth and
greed lies ambition. Create your destiny by becoming
what you repeatedly do. The path to happiness is
already within you.”
The ring is a constant reminder
for the wearer to continuously act towards
contemplating the way of excellence.