The chapter Isaiah 40 begins with the words “Comfort, comfort my people” a prophecy of comfort and renewal, which is inscribed continuously in micro calligraphy by Ellen Miller Braun using gematria. Verses 1-30 of Isaiah 40 are written thirteen times, equaling the Hebrew word for love-ahava.
The “Kotel HaMa’aravi,” Western Wall of Jerusalem’s Temple Mount stands as a testimony to yesterday, today and tomorrow, bound by centuries of tears, fears, dreams and hopes absorbed into her ancient walls.
The Song of Solomon, also known as “Song of Songs” has been sculpted into two doves in flight over the rose of Sharon.
May the heart and hope of Hatikva ring true and bring all of the Jewish people home soon “to be a free nation in our land, the land of Zion and Jerusalem.”