A Prayer for Peace

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Dimensions: 60 X 42 centimeters (23.5 X 16.5 inches).

Original: Private collection, Kehillat Kol HaNeshama, Jerusalem, Israel
Giclee: US $400 ($550 with gold) GOLD EFFECT

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The Twelve Tribes are represented in the corners by what could be taken as jewels from the breastplate (with gold leaves) with the traditional four-letter abbreviation for God's name in each corner.




A comet-streaked Jerusalem night sky symbolizes the holiness and hopes for this prayer which also includes a special stanza in Arabic.



The Jerusalem landscape with an extract from the last psalm in the Book of Psalms (150:6): "Let everything that has breath praise the Lord, Hallelujah"


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