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Give the Gift of Love this Valentine's Day

A lesson about love from the Hebrew language

We're excited to announce and launch our special "GIVE MORE - GET MORE" Valentine's Day promo for this year, a way for sharing and spreading the love to the most important people in our lives. 

This is a wonderful time to get a gift for anyone in your life or to get a beautiful piece of art for yourself. Why not both? Take advantage of this very special offer of **Buy 1, Get 1 FREE** for a limited time! Use the code: GIVELOVE at checkout to get 2 Bible verse art prints for the price of 1 (And always, free shipping!) 

You can shop our LOVE Collection here or see our Gift Guides for Valentine's Day Gifts for Her or Valentine's Day Gifts for Him.

We really wanted to create a special initiative that would put a new spin on what love means and how it can manifest in our lives.

a lesson about love from the Hebrew language

{ Credit for the below information goes to Chabad. I thought this article did a beautiful job of summing up what Ahava, the Hebrew word for love means. You can see the full article here. }

In Hebrew the word for love is “Ahava.” Because Hebrew is a holy language, the structure of the word, down to each letter serves to define its essence. The root of Ahava is Hava, which literally means to offer or to give. It also shares a root with the word, Ahav, which means to nurture, or to devote completely to another.
So the essence of the Hebrew word Ahava (love) is not an emotion, it’s an action. Love in its purest form is not something that happens to us, it is a condition that we create when we give of ourselves.
If we look at the Hebrew word for “giving,” it is “Natan.” Which is spelled, nun, tuf, nun. Whether you read it backwards or forwards, it reads the same. Implicit in the Hebrew word for giving, is the essence of what giving is all about. When we give away, we always get back. It is a beautiful circle, and a secret to creating love in any relationship.

Isn't that beautiful? So no matter what day you want to express your love (why not every day!?) this word can point to how you can best love the important people in your life. 

Thank you so much for being here during this season of love and giving!

Thank you,

 Ruthie

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