Transcribed in English is a passage from the book of proverbs. Upside down, is the passage in Hebrew, as it was originally written approximately 3,000 years ago. The hamsa (hand) is an ancient symbol of divine protection. In Judaism, it is referred to as "the hand of Miriam" (sister of Moses), Christians call it "the hand of Mary" (mother of Jesus), and for Muslims it is "the hand of Fatima" (daughter of Mohammed). The hamsa takes the form of a bird, representing divine presence. The music is from a traditional song entitled, "Bless This House".
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