Parshat Terumah – תרומה


The Cherubsהַכְּרֻבִים

The Cherubs were two golden “statues”
above the Ark of the Covenant.
(Exodus 25: 19-20)
Our Sages explain that
the Hebrew word for cherub: כְּרוּב
is from Aramaic and means “as a baby.”
The cherubs had baby faces
which represents innocence
and the loving touch of their wings
reflects the epitome
of pure, innocent love and harmony
between God and the Jewish people.
When this love was disrupted
the “faces” of the cherubs
would change
and become fearful and angry.
The “changing faces”
is the theme of my Dialogue series
as a paradigm
for relationship and communication
as in the Slide Show below:



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About the Author
Dov Lederberg is engaged in the converging vectors of art and science, but receives added inspiration from Kabbalah teachings & meditation and tries to create visual forms (in paintings on canvas but also video art) conducive to mystical experience and self-transformation. 
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