The Jewish world view is beautiful, they believe that God rested on the 7th day after tediously working to give humans a beautiful world for the other 6 days. And that my friend is the basis of Shabbat. The tradition that makes the Jewish community stand out and celebrate the goodness of God.
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The Tradition of Shabbat
Shabbat is a Jewish celebration that happens every week, on the 7th day. The word Shabbat means ‘rest’ and this is the day of the week that religious Jews keep time for their family, friends and God.
It is a celebration of life, God’s blessing throughout the week and the voyage of looking forward to so much more blessings.
Shabbat can’t be celebrated just like that. It needs special arrangements, like the Kiddush Silver Cups, Silver Candlesticks and beautifully ornated culinary. That is also one of the reasons why we see Jewish ladies who love to collect and buy silver candlesticks for their Shabbat celebrations.
Zachor and Shamor, which are mean to be said together, means, Observe and Remember, and celebrating Shabbat is a commandment of the Torah.
Why the Arrangement?
Being a commandment from the Torah directly, Shabbat is celebrated through three major meals for all Jewish households. The Friday Night Dinner. Saturday Lunch and Late Afternoon.
Many orthodox Jews refrain from watching TV and spend time with family and praising God. And all meals are celebrated after the blessing called Kiddush. This is a blessing over the grape and wine that sanctifies Shabbat meals and togetherness.
This is where kiddush silver candlesticks, cups are all integral parts of the whole celebration. These Silver candlesticks are used for the Mitzvah lighting that brings in Shabbat and the goodness of light and love into the Jewish household.
Shabbat is one of the most important Jewish traditions every week that is commemorated to praise God’s expansive and beautiful creation and the abundance of blessing. It also celebrates the Israelites return to the promised land.
And, thereforehaving the arrangements for Shabbat on point and the little details that make this day extremely special is as important.
There is another tradition in Jewish households is to present families with small gifts of adoration and appreciation. Sterling Silver Candlesticks are an excellent proposition for Jewish families. It is personal, it shows you care about Shabbat.
If you are looking to buy silver candlesticks online, you should know that most of the artists of such candlesticks are Jewish themselves. In this way, we are empowering our own community and its skills.
For centuries silver candlesticks have played a vital role in Jewish traditions and celebrations. It enhances the aura of adoration to God and much more than simply ornamental.
No Jewish home is complete with silver candlesticks and it has been used to bring in the light of Shabbat to all Jewish homes and the hearts of the families.
Adding them to your Shabbat decorative collection will be an amazing addition.