Tattoo hamsa significado - Tattoowise
(19/52) "Even now" by Dashboard confessional GREAT song! makes me cry every time i hear it... but it's still amazing! So it is a new year.... i've got a lot of new and exciting things happening... starting off I am now a vegetarian and have been for 13 days. It's not as hard as i thought it was going to be, it's actually pretty easy so far. I am a college grad now! Sooo the job hunting has begun and i have a group interview on Thursday with an ad agency in downtown Atlanta. Wish me lots of luck please! Also have a few trips coming up! Next month I'll be in Gatlinburg, TN staying in a cabin with the family for some much needed relaxation. March holds a roadtrip for me and my roomie to New Orleans for a citizen cope concert and exploration, I haven't been to Nola since Katrin
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so each of the pieces are actually a tile from Israel, and one will be on each of my arms (upper sleeve)... but it might take a while, wording like that is intense detail.
Hamsa outline with the star of david.... 2 hours after completed. the whole Hamsa should be completed by the end of the month.
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Last week, I got a tattoo. In Judaism, the Hamsa Hand is symbol that represents the Hand of Miriam, Moses’ sister, and serves as a symbol of the hand of god providing protection from evil, harm, and disease. It traditionally has a blue eye which further symbolizes protection. Often feeling rather hopeless about my inability to protect my kids and keep them healthy, I decided to get a tattoo of a hamsa surrounded with the boys Hebrew names. Just as my sons are a permanent part of me, so too is my effort to do everything possible to keep my kids healthy.
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This is my newest tattoo... i got it a few days before christmas. This symbol is called a Hamsa (it's Arabic) and it's suppose to keep evil and negative people/ emotions away. Hopefully it will also bring me a little good luck. I love it!
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