- Refuah Shlema prayer is recited when praying for a loved one's recovery
- Pendant Size: 1"
- Chain Length: 18"
I love this necklace! It is so meaningful. I have given it to many people after they received cancer diagnosis' I recently gave one to my daughter to give to her friend, with a terrible diagnosis. And, when I needed brain surgery a few years ago and was so scared, I carried that with me. As soon as I was in Recovery, I had my daughter bring in my purse with that and your Shema necklace, too. They are both very comforting at very reasonable prices.
I bought this necklace for myself at a retail store after being diagnosed with cancer. Shortly thereafter, I gave it to a mishpocha who received a cancer diagnosis as well. I missed my necklace so I went to purchase another one, but it was out of stock at that retail store. I went online and found the exact same necklace at Alef Bet at a fraction of the price. And knowing that this is also a family owned business, made this purchase even sweeter. Thank you for offering beautiful and meaningful jewelry at a very reasonable price!
I gave this to a friend who was battling cancer. It was so touching, it brought tears to her eyes. Beautiful and thoughtful gift!
This is such a lovely idea - to give someone the "mishabayach" prayer as a necklace. I love this! Thank you! I hope I never have a need to give this necklace away, but if and when I do, I can't wait to get a response.
When someone is sick or in need of healing, why not give this meaningful pieces of jewelry?
It will last longer than flowers or candy. And with the antique feel, this gorgeous pendant combined with both silver and yellow gold makes for a lovely pendant that matches any style.
Praying for a loved one's speedy recovery is known in Hebrew as the Refuah Shlema prayer."Mi-sheberakh avoteinu v'imoteinu, Avraham v'Sarah, Yitzhak v'Rivkah, Ya'akov, Rachel v'Leah hu y'varekh et (recite the English and Hebrew name) v'yavi aleihem refuat hanefesh u'refuat haguf yachad im kol cholei amo Yisrael. Barukh atah Adonai, rofeh ha'cholim."
May the One who was a source of blessing for our ancestors, bring blessings of healing upon (recite the English and Hebrew name), a healing of body and a healing of spirit. May those in whose care they are entrusted, be gifted with wisdom and skill, and those who surround them, be gifted with love and trust, openness and support in their care. And may they be healed along with all those who are in need. Blessed are You, Source of healing. Amen