Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Healthy wishes

What are your wishes for the Jewish New Year? Zohar asked for healthy life for her and her family.

I think many of us had a lot of words to describe what is healthy life, but what can I do if I should not use words for that? I need to create a piece of art or craft without words as main issue? How can I do that?

So I looking for health goddess and I find that  Hygieia was the goddess of health. If so I decide to create hanging doorknob with her face to keep house health.


  


For now I make for her family, what can I create for her health?

I keep reading about Hygieia and found that she had some representations during the history, and also nowadays. One of them is Hypatia, which even once did not married in the assertion that is "betrothed to truth", but what is the truth?

What is the internal truth of the person? The truth that bestows the mental health and the physiological health.

I was looking for truth symbol and found that at druidism (one of the nations of the Celtic), am Awen (inspiration in Welsh). The three of the rudiments of this symbol are understand of the truth, love of the truth and guarding of the truth.

So I decided to created this pendant that supposed to give inspiration to her truth, the truth that will bestow mental health & physiological.




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5 comments:

Big Mook Craft said...

Dear Orit, Your creations are so sensetive and emotional I am so lucky to have more of your art works in my house. Now I can really feel that my wishes will come truth!!!! and If you knew me better you would have know how much the seek for the inner truth suites me......wish you all the best in the world! Zohar

Dafi said...

אורית העבודות נהדרות, והמחשבה שמאחוריהן מרגשת!

יעל.קיפודים said...

יצירות מלאות במחשבה, השראה ורגישות.
שתהיה לך שנה טובה!
יעל

Orit said...

Dear Zohar

I wish for you all that you want would be keeping than true.

לדףדף ולקיפוד

תודה, תודה
ושתהיה גם לכן שנה טובה, וכל מה שתבקשו לו יהי.

א.חתול

NuminosityBeads said...

It's nice to see your blog so that I can get a feeling of your tastes for the paper swap. Your pieces look like old painted metal but I think I may be looking at paper perhaps?
I'm enjoying what I'm seeing on your blog so far and will delve further.
Healthy wishes to you as well,
xoxo Kim