The first Hebrew word most people learn is “Shalom” שלום – which has three meanings: Hello, Goodbye and Peace. The root of the word is very significant in Hebrew as it describes someone or something that is complete or perfect. When we say goodbye to someone in Hebrew we bless them, “Lech Le-shalom“-לך לְשָׁלוֹם – literally “go in peace.” There are many ways to speak about God and one of them is, “the One who makes peace in the heavens”- or as we say in prayer, “oseh shalom bi-meromav” – עוֹשֶׁה שָׁלוֹם במרומיו. – He who makes peace in high places. Bring a blessing of peace into your home with a beautiful ‘blessing for the home’ from Meir Panim.
Thank you for all the news and beauty of Israel in your emails. I’m very blessed to receive such joy thorough your emails. I live in Colorado Springs, but am from Poland. May Hashem bless all Israel and you. Iweta
Hi! Reading God’s word & enjoying the view of God’s chosen place. It is beautiful! I live in Lexington, South Carolina, ISS