Responsibility Hebrew Pendant Necklace Bar Mitzvah. A Sterling Silver White Gold pendant, set with diamond, and engraved with the Hebrew word AH'RA'YUT. This identity disc is made of sterling silver\white gold and styled as dog tag. The front side is set with a diamond which is crowned with Magen-David engraving. The diamond is the hardest material in nature, stand for vitality, health, and energy. The Shield of David is for protection.
The back side carries the Hebrew word AH'RA'YUT , which means responsibility, referring to the age of 13, BAR MITZVAH, when one takes responsibility for himself and his life.
In Hebrew, this word is of 6 letters, with a very meaningful sequence, as Hebrew is an amazing language where each letter carries hidden and subtle meaning along with its regular meaning. Each font carries hidden values for itself and also when combined with other fonts... The first letter is Alef (A) which is the first letter of the word Ani which is I, saying responsibility starts with being responsible over oneself. It is also the first of the A to Z, saying adulthood starts with responsibility. It gets more interesting when it is joined with its next font, then they create Ach that means brother implying that the next step is to take responsibility over close family... So it goes on when the first 3 letters of the word ah'ra'yut creates the combination Acher which regularly hold the meaning of the other one and here stands for expanding the responsibility onto others and not only your family. This concept evolve further on when the next font is joined, to Acharai which means follow me, saying that after taking responsibility over the 3 inner circles of ones life, one may reach the point of setting example for others to follow....and when the next font joins this sequence it forms the Hebrew word Acharav which means following Him, and believe in the Almighty God....and this simple word teaches us so much, implying that one cannot lead others before taking responsibility to himself.
*Comes with a jewelry box and Certificate of Warranty (1 year).