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BY Ellen MIller Braun
|With winsome charm, innocence and joy, Ellen Miller Braun's bedtime menagerie radiates a glow from within. From slumbering hippo to tumbling mice, dreamy butterflies and endearing, sleepy teddy bears, Ellen brings a feeling of calm serenity as one and all cuddle up cozy for a sleepy night of peace and tranquility. Watching a youngster recite the bedtime prayer, Shema, is a cherished moment that creates an enchanting, timeless memory. This heartwarming artwork comes to life with the repetition of these four prominent sections from this spiritually uplifting prayer. 'Hear O Israel: Hashem is our G-d, HaShem, the One and Only'
Deuteronomy 6: 4 Every night we teach even the youngest of children the wonder and joy of reaffirming our Faith and Love of HaShem.
'…you shall love HaShem your G-d with all your Heart…'
Deuteronomy 10: 5-9 Looking like glowing, sleepy angels themselves, this colorful collection of furry friends recite Jacob's prayer…: 'HaMalach HaGoel oti mikol rah…' The angel who redeems me from all evil…Genesis 48: 16
…Calling on HaShem to dispatch an angel to bring a blessing on his Grandsons, Ephraim and Menashe. May this blessing extend to all of our beloved children. Further protection is garnered with this most inspirational verse, requesting that in the name of HaShem, and at His command, His angles surround you during the night: Michael on your right, performing His unique miracles, Gabriel on the left, the emissary of His almighty power, Uriel, carrying the light of HaShem before you, Raphael, behind you, bringing HaShem's healing, And above all, the Presence of G-d Himself above your head… Sleep tight little ones….Sweet dreams….Amen! Ellen Miller Braun was born and educated in Chicago Illinois, U.S.A. She studied fine arts at Northeastern Illinois University. An ardent Zionist, Ellen immigrated to Israel with her husband and children in 1983. They live in Ginot Shomron, in the Biblical hills of Samaria. Ellen's traditionally observant Jewish background has guided and inspired her in the development of the Biblical themes of her artwork.