#Grapefruit Oil is an uplifting, refreshing and nourishing essential oil. It is rich in #antioxidants and is a natural antimicrobial, so it can help treat and prevent infections in wounds and cuts. Grapefruit Oil #cleanses and detoxifies, promoting healthy, refreshed skin. It is also good for oily skin and treating acne.
You will find Grapefruit Oil in #NonieAHA Skin Cleanser, Skin Tonic, Body #Lotion , Brilliant #Protein and 10% AHA! Moisturizers, HIS! After Shave Tonic, and 8 and 15 SPF Sunblock #Moisturizers . #HappyChanukah
*Happy Chanukah Holiday Décor Sign*
Tired of boring bare walls? Why not make your favorite room a little more beautiful? Create a cozy atmosphere at home!
Our wall decorations fit perfectly into your bedroom, kitchen, living room ... Made from lightweight plywood (either 1/4 "birch or walnut wood.) May be hung with finishing nails (included), double-sided tape, or 3M command strips.
All the inscriptions and images are changing, just write us something you would like to change and we'll do it.
Size (hight) of each letter:
- 2 inches
- 4 inches
- 6 inches
- 8 inches
- 10 inches
- 12 inches
- 14 inches
- 16 inches
Color and finish options to choose from:
- black wood;
We also have different fonts (example in pictures) for our signs:
- Font 1;
- Font 2;
- Font 3.
If you want a sign with one of them - just let us know! *(Write us in direct what color and font type do you prefer!)* SHIPPING DETAILS:
- We are dedicated to fast shipping all over the world! All orders shipped within a 1-3 business day!
- Shipping time usually takes 10-21 business days!
Have any questions? I'll be glad to answer on all of them!
The Chassidic thinker (the Netivot Shalom) explains that there are two types of Trust (בִּטָחוֹן). One we learn from the Exodus from Egypt (יציאת מצרים): how to give up control and be patient and wait (שב ואל תעשה) and one we learn from the Splitting of the Sea (קריעת ים סוף): rising up and acting in situations of uncertainty (קום ועשה). Sometimes our trust-challenge is to give up control and cultivate the trust to calmly keep walking on the same righteous path as we spiritually wait for change. Other times, our trust-challenge is to actively change the course and remain confident as we strive to take control of the situation and create change.
Each day, we might ask ourselves: In what area of my life do I need to just stay the course, let go of control, and stop wasting so much of my physical and spiritual energy in anxiety about that which I cannot control. We might also ask: in what area of my life do I need to rise up, become more active, take control, and create change.
May we have the wisdom to find this spiritual clarity and then strengthen our trust (1. trusting in the conclusion that the highest good will ultimately prevail 2. trusting that the ontological foundation of all being, of all existence, is itself good 3. trusting in the process itself that walking the righteous path is good in itself) as we walk (passively & actively) from darkness to light, from uncertainty to clarity, as each of us leaves our narrow place (מִצְרַיִם) each day to cross through a new sea. The uncertainty itself is holy since it deepens the light of trust in us, and thus our sense of the holy interdependence & spiritual interconnection of ALL. May this deep trust (בִּטָחוֹן) reinvigorate and renew us.
Rav Shmuly, Rabbi-Shmuly
JBS....Jewish Broadcasting (I forgot what the S stands for) but let’s say System??? Either way, this Rabbi is from the Land Down Under 😎 At first the Australian 🇦🇺 accent was a little hard for me to understand, but the longer I listened, the easier it got 😁
We learn something new everyday, right? I learned something new regarding the Torah ✡️ and something new about myself 💜
What have you learned today?
This is Roey, my soon to be four year old nephew and inspiration behind this brand.
Roey came home from ✡️#jewishschool ✡️in December talking about Santa.
That was the #lightbulbmoment .
Pajamukkahs are coming soon in four designs, because both Jewish kids and adults should be able to celebrate (and sleep!) Chanukah in a special way.
Click on the link in bio for a sneak peak at designs!
Found this on instagram by accident. My husband! First transplant surgeon in the world to do the laparoscopic live donor nephrectomy, changing the field of kidney transplantation for the better by making it easier for living people to donate. Since 1995, he has taught it to transplant surgeons all over the world & it is now the standard operation for living donors to donate to family, friends, or even strangers. He is so humble, he never “toots his own horn”, so I am doing it for him because I am so proud. & he doesn’t have time for instagram! 😊 @renewalnews #livedonornephrectomy#drlloydratner#Repost @renewalnews (@get_repost)
#Happy#Chanukah wishes from Dr. Lloyd E. Ratner, M.D., M.P.H.
Professor of Surgery
Director, Renal & Pancreatic Transplantation
Columbia University/NY-Presbyterian @nyphospital #topdoctor#surgeon#drlloydratner#lloydratner#KidneyDonors#recipient#hanukkah#happychanukah#grateful#thankful#kidneykindness#Video#2