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    No words needed just wanted to share a beautiful design full of love 🥰✡️🥰✡️
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    Repost: @hebrewlesson ❤️

    No words needed just wanted to share  a beautiful design full of love 🥰✡️🥰✡️
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Repost: @hebrewlesson ❤️
    43 2 1 hour ago

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    The greatest threats to the environment are not depleted resources, global warming or overpopulation, but people who are self-centered rather than God-centered.

    The greatest threats to the environment are not depleted resources, global warming or overpopulation, but people who are self-centered rather than God-centered.
    104 5 6 hours ago

    After being thrown in the pit by his brothers, Yosef has gone from servant to prisoner and now has ascended to the role of Pharaoh’s right hand man. In the midst of the famine, Yosef’s brothers come to Egypt, beseeching Yosef for food, although they do not recognize him as their brother. Yosef puts them through many tests, and hides his heartbreak throughout. Finally, he cannot hold back anymore. He tells them everything, and he cries. In his crying, the brothers’ hearts softened. Rashbam tells us that up until this moment, Yosef had practiced restraint in every one of his actions with his brothers. They never truly saw him until now. And now, in his vulnerability, there is hope for healing between them. Perhaps in our tears lies the most potential for healing.
    Shabbat Shalom!

    After being thrown in the pit by his brothers, Yosef has gone from servant to prisoner and now has ascended to the role of Pharaoh’s right hand man. In the midst of the famine, Yosef’s brothers come to Egypt, beseeching Yosef for food, although they do not recognize him as their brother. Yosef puts them through many tests, and hides his heartbreak throughout. Finally, he cannot hold back anymore. He tells them everything, and he cries. In his crying, the brothers’ hearts softened. Rashbam tells us that up until this moment, Yosef had practiced restraint in every one of his actions with his brothers. They never truly saw him until now. And now, in his vulnerability, there is hope for healing between them. Perhaps in our tears lies the most potential for healing.
Shabbat Shalom!
    31 1 8 hours ago

    This stunning Netilat Yadayim cup will add a regal and elegant touch to your kitchen! ❤

    Shop today at www.judaica.com.

    This stunning Netilat Yadayim cup will add a regal and elegant touch to your kitchen! ❤

Shop today at www.judaica.com.
    9 1 9 hours ago

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    FOUR SWIPE PICS! #tbt post! My friend went to Jerusalem and at the #westernwall / #wailingwall took a small piece he found near the wall and I made this Brazilian rosewood hand lathed container to house it. I was always inspired by the craftsmanship in synagogues/temples and made this brass stamping/engraving for the lid. I used acid to patina the brass lid to give it an old world look. Checkout the pics!

    FOUR SWIPE PICS! #tbt post! My friend went to Jerusalem and at the #westernwall/#wailingwall took a small piece he found near the wall and I made this Brazilian rosewood hand lathed container to house it. I was always inspired by the craftsmanship in synagogues/temples and made this brass stamping/engraving for the lid. I used acid to patina the brass lid to give it an old world look. Checkout the pics!
    112 2 11 hours ago

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    I was recently interviewed by Radio Sefarad’s English Corner about my current exhibition ‘Journey into Sefarad’ being held at the Centro Sefarad Israel Centre in Madrid. To listen to the interview, click the link in my bio. http://www.radiosefarad.com/bettina-caro-sephardi-artist/

    I was recently interviewed by Radio Sefarad’s English Corner about my current exhibition ‘Journey into Sefarad’ being held at the Centro Sefarad Israel Centre in Madrid. To listen to the interview, click the link in my bio. http://www.radiosefarad.com/bettina-caro-sephardi-artist/
    28 3 14 hours ago

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    My new work: “Mother Tongues”
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    Inspired by Paul Celan’s “Fugue of Death” and Joseph Eliya’s “Deliverance”, Arundhati Roy’s thoughts about mother tongues, and my greatest inspiration since many years: “Song of the Songs / שיר השירים”.
    Dedicated to my two grandmothers: Elsa and Miretta, their motherhood, displacement and exile from their hometowns: Czernowitz and Ioannina. Dedicated also to my children, I. and D.
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    White cotton cloth I bought in a second hand shop in Berlin, black milk=coffee cooked in a finjan I bought in the supermarket that used to be one of my family’s houses in Ioannina, silk golden yarn from Ioannina, white cotton yarn from Berlin, the rose of Ioannina embroidered from my hair, Greek, German, English and Hebrew and three poems, one by me.
    Some of the golden yarn is stained in red from my performance “My Fluid Body (on an Uneven Political Ground)” process.
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    Related new video work will follow.

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My new work: “Mother Tongues”
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Inspired by Paul Celan’s “Fugue of Death” and Joseph Eliya’s “Deliverance”, Arundhati Roy’s thoughts about mother tongues, and my greatest inspiration since many years: “Song of the Songs / שיר השירים”.
Dedicated to my two grandmothers: Elsa and Miretta, their motherhood, displacement and exile from their hometowns: Czernowitz and Ioannina. Dedicated also to my children, I. and D.
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White cotton cloth I bought in a second hand shop in Berlin, black milk=coffee cooked in a finjan I bought in the supermarket that used to be one of my family’s houses in Ioannina, silk golden yarn from Ioannina, white cotton yarn from Berlin, the rose of Ioannina embroidered from my hair, Greek, German, English and Hebrew and three poems, one by me.
Some of the golden yarn is stained in red from my performance “My Fluid Body (on an Uneven Political Ground)” process.
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Related new video work will follow.
    34 1 15 hours ago