The Jewish holiday schedule for 2014. Find about the unique selection of Jewish holiday gifts we have available as well as the times and dates of these holidays in the coming year.Read More
2/10/14 2:48 AM
The human skull has long been used as a symbol, but for many different things. It has different meaning in different cultures and perhaps not only in the ways you might imagine. Yes, it is fair to say that a skull is often a symbol of death and sometimes as a warning such as on toxic products. However it does have multiple meaning across history and in cultures today.
1/28/14 7:35 AM
Macramé, the art of making textiles and designing using repeated small knots rather than weaving thread together, can make a unique and interesting design in your pieces. This can take on beautiful new forms by utilizing different varieties of knots, like the square knot or hitching.Read More
1/28/14 3:45 AM
Our 2014 customer feedback. We are proud of our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and we encourage you to contact us with any questions you have. We want to thank our customers for the support and for letting us do what we love for the 9th year in a row.
Dear Ariel - The gift arrived today and my aunt loves it. I am sorry to bother you with the precious email; the "track your package" option said it was still in transit. I'm delighted now that she has it. Thanks for your help and understanding. Best regards, Amy
Sun City West, AZ USA
9/26/13 5:29 AM
The Hanukkah is a great holiday for kids and is best celebrated with family and friends. Hanukkah is an eight day holiday that gives praise to the Great Temple in Israel. Thousands of years ago, the Syrians took the Great Temple away from the Jewish people, and a small group of Jewish, untrained farmers threw this force out and reclaimed their Great Temple.Read More
9/8/13 4:38 AM
<In preparation for this week-long (seven day) holiday, people of the Jewish faith gather together for a celebration that represents internal freedom, peace, joy, and love. Throughout this festival they use “sukkahs”, which are temporary shelters topped with branches and decorated with harvest and autumnal themes, as they are built in order to observe the holiday.
9/3/13 1:00 AM
The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, is a special holiday that encourages the practitioner to reflect on his or her previous year and the mistakes that were made so that during the New Year these missteps of the past have turned into valuable lessons that imbue one’s life with wisdom, clarity, peace and joy.
8/27/13 3:20 AM
The origins of Kabbalah can be found in roots that go deeply into history’s soil. It is a religious philosophy that embraces dogmatic principles, mystical folklore, and spiritual practice. Kabbalah has transcended religious denominations and is new age life theory. The The Red String is part of all that and its origins are an important corner stone of this new philosophy..
2/24/13 3:31 AM
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This is a selection of comments from 2013. We are proud of our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and we encourage you to contact us with any questions you have. We want to thank our customers for the great feedback, please keep it coming and we will post your testimonials.
Seven years ago when Angela and I wed, "I am my beloved's, and my beloved is mine" was part of our ceremony and appeared on our wedding invitations. Thus, it was wonderful to find a ring on your website with the phrase engraved across the band. I ordered it to give to my wife for our anniversary and it arrived today. Angela is extremely happy with the ring, as am I. The ring is actually much more attractive than the image on your website suggests.
Bill and Angela H
Overland Park, Kansas USA