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    From the Pink-Link Newsletter July 2011:

    The founders and creators of AlefBet by Paula Jewelry are a mother-daughter design team
    based in Los Angeles. They are both Jewish mothers, by the way! They create
    works of art which people wear next to their skin. Often, these creations honor
    a special occasion, such as a wedding, or a Bat Mitzvah. Their work is created
    with love, and they know that this is felt when the jewelry is worn.

    They’re happy to share with the PINK-LINK community a very special item in their collection, the pendant and bracelet they created for “A
    Complete Healing.”

    Healing Jewelry


    These modern, feminine pieces feature the blessing,
    Refuah Shelma M’Hashamyaim” – “A complete healing”—Hebrew on one side,
    English on the other. The text is inscribed in a delicate font on a gold-dipped
    plate, surrounded by a delicate scrollwork border. A dainty, oxidized sterling
    silver chain adds an antique feeling to these pieces.


    Their customers purchase them for a number of reasons. Of  course, you might purchase and wear either or both of these pieces when you are
    ill, or perhaps when you have endured a significant loss, and are in recovery.


    They’ve also heard of people wearing these pieces on behalf
    of someone else who is ill, or suffering in some way. The reminder of the
    bracelet or pendant creates opportunities throughout the day and night to offer
    a prayer for that person—or just “good vibes”, if you prefer.


    Inspired by PINK-LINK and all of the lives it touches, they’re adding a special pink bead to their “Complete Healing” set, beginning
    with the offer made exclusively on this site. They’ll also add the pink bead to
    these two pieces during the month of October.


    You may also choose to wear these pieces as a meditation for the world at large. Our world is in need of complete healing. May it start
    with each of us.
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