English: Michigan Hebrew: מישיגן Abstract: Michigan is filled with adventure, monarch butterflies and gardens.
Hebrew: יִשָּׁקֵ֙נִי֙ מִנְּשִׁיק֣וֹת פִּ֔יהוּ Transliteration: Yi-sha-keni Mi-ne-shi-kot Pi-hu Translation: "Give me of the kisses of your mouth" Source: Song of Songs 1:2 Abstract: Yishakeni - Neshikot has a linguistic duality in Hebrew descriptive of being showered with kisses.
Hebrew: מַה־שֶּֽׁהָיָה֙ ה֣וּא שֶׁיִּהְיֶ֔ה Transliteration: MA-she-haya Hu She-y-i-hiyeh Translation: "What was is what will be" Source: Ecclesiastes 1:9
Hebrew: תחפש חפשי Transliteration: Te-cha-pes Cho-f-shi Translation: "Search Freely" Source: Roni Explanation: In Hebrew the duality of the verb "to search" contains the same letters as the word "chofshi" which means freedom. One thing we are free to do is search inwardly for any matters of the heart so we can be free to observe the world with an open heart.
Hebrew: הצלחה Transliteration: Ha-tz-la-cha Translation: "success" Deconstructed: Success can begin with a laugh "Ha", success can move slow like a turtle [צב], be large, as a whale [לויתן], be abundant like ladybugs [חיפושית], and the final "hey" might be a sigh of relief causing us to say "ah".
Hebrew: תפארת Transliteration: Tif-eh-re-t Translation: Glory, beauty, compassion Read more about the spiritual exploration of the meaning of Tiferet.
Hebrew: להודות Transliteration: Le-Hod-ot Translation: To thank Hod is splendor, majesty, beauty, and to "Le-Hod-ot" is to say thanks, praise, to be grateful.
Hebrew: יסוד Transliteration: Ye-Sod Translation: Foundation, Bond Yesod is foundation or bond, and is the 6th Sefirah in the counting of the Omer in the seven week period between Passover and Shavuot. Yesod can alternatively be interpreted as Ye-Sod, or the Secret of "Ye", God's Secret.
Hebrew: מאדים Transliteration: ma-ah-deem Translation: Mars In English/Latin Mars is named after the Roman god of war. The abundance of iron oxide on the planet gives Mars its red appearance that the Romans affiliated with blood. In Hebrew, the planet's color is in its name [אדם] meaning red.
Hebrew: צדק Transliteration: tze-dek Translation: Jupiter / justice Deconstructed: Slow [Turtle-צב], Sweet [Honey - דבש], Cold - Kettle [קר - קורקום] In Hebrew, the planet Jupiter is Tzedek. Jupiter is the largest of the planet in our solar system. In Greek mythology Jupiter is the mythological parallel to Zeus, who is in charge of law & order, which is perhaps one connection to justice.
Hebrew: אני Transliteration: Ah-nee Translation: Me Abstract: Air, Fire, Release Deconstructed: Breath, Candles, Peace