Ring with Prayer Inscription in Sterling Silver
This bold ring is inscribed with the words: "Hashem Yishmor Tzeitcha U'voecha Me'ata ve'ad Olam". On the sides the words "defense and protection" are embossed in Hebrew.
The prayer embossed on the exquisite ring has a lot of spiritual significance. It means: "Hashem will guard your going and coming, from now and forever.” There is a lovely old Hassidic rhyme that is often sung at weddings. It tells of a soul that lives in heaven and seeks nothing more than to bask in the glow of Hashem's throne. Then it is taken by force and sent down to this world crying and begging all the way, for it doesn't want to have to go through the pain and travail of this material place. The nigun goes on to speak of all the ups and downs that life presents, with its final stanza expressing the soul’s growth through all adversity. If we always turn to Hashem, accepting His Kingship in our lives, then He will guard the treasure that is our soul not only today, but for all eternity. On the sides is one of the 72 divine names of Hashem, "Samech, Aleph, Lamed", inscribed in the center. The meaning is spiritual and material prosperity and a virtue for success and good luck in business. Hashem is said to have 72 divine names formed from 3 verses in Sefer Shmot. The ancient Kabbalist Rav Shimon bar Yochai wrote in the Zohar that it was Moses, not God, who parted the Red Sea, allowing the Israelites to narrowly escape Pharaoh and the Egyptian army. In order to accomplish this miracle, Moses combined the power of certainty with a very powerful spiritual technology. He had possession of a formula that literally gave him access to the subatomic realm of nature.
This will make a splendid gift on any occasion.