The meaning of Chai in Hebrew

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 21st Jan 2015

Chai is a Hebrew word (translated as ”living” or ”life” due to the fact that in Hebrew, the word ”chaya” means ”living things” or ”animal”) which is part of the more modern Jewish culture. The spel … read more

Kabbalah symbols

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 18th Oct 2014

The Kabbalah has a series of symbols, the understanding of which is essential for all those embracing this new vision of the world. The majority of these symbols is essentially of Judaic nature … read more

The True Meaning of the "Evil Eye"

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 26th Sep 2014

Its most common representation is a dark blue circle at the exterior, a white one, a light blue circle on the inside and a black small bead at the center. While some might think this is a great pie … read more

Jewish Baby Gifts

6th Jul 2014

In Judaism, procreation is one of God’s commandments, but also an emulation of His acts. Conceiving a child is an act of creating a new human being, as well as a repetition of the Creation. And sin … read more
Judaism Symbols

Judaism Symbols

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 15th Jun 2014

Judaism is not just a religion – it is also an expression of the history, culture and way of living of the Jewish people. It is also the first religion which claimed the existence of a unique God. … read more