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it's not just a gift, its a gift with a blessing
The idea of an Angel Protection bracelet was inspired by an elderly man with the most piercing blue eyes, at the Kotel that tied a Kabbalah bracelet around my wrist and blessed me. I felt very protected and I went to the Kotel wall and asked Hashem to "Help us protect the ones we love." Thats all that came out of my soul on that emotional day, l could ask for nothing more and nothing less. The manifestation of this show was created in 2016 as a response to antisemitism I experienced from wearing my Star of David necklace on set. I remembered the blue eyed old man with a face like tanned leather, that I jokingly refer to as "Melchizedek," and felt like I needed another bracelet but couldn't find one that spoke to me anywhere, so I found this old box of beads I had in my closet and made myself one. I heard Hashem say to make two more. The next morning when I arrived at work, two women asked to have the other two bracelets, then exclaimed that they felt much better with the bracelets on. Everyone on set wanted one too, except the antisemite, as I am always protected, the production coordinator was from Israel and the villain in this story was fired. These bracelets are a reminder that you are never alone and that Hashem is there with you, always. I have to say, I am grateful for that villain, without him, this shop wouldn't exist. Every good story has a villain for where there is a villain, there is a lesson. Without the darkness, would we be able to identify and be grateful for the light? Keshet is my name and it means rainbow in Hebrew.
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