May be used on digital media, posters, flyers, handouts, all types of printing, etc.
If selling for a profit, however, the condition is that you tithe to Tzeddakah / Charity.
Jewish educational poster 17″x 22″. Have your printer laminate them for durability.
Moshiach will come through Tikkun Olam.
A beautiful teachers’ aide, guide and tool from which a complete lesson or more can be made from each of the middot! This one has the Israeli pronunciation perfect for the classroom, lunchroom or homeschool
APPROVED BY A CHABAD RABBI.
For young kids, these colorful posters attracts the children’s attention, teaches healthy social behavior, good people skills and moral values.
KIDDUSH HASHEM: Sanctifying Hashem’s name, being a great role model!
HAKARAT HATOV: Gratitude between man and G-d,
also gratitude between man and his fellow.
KIBBUD AV V’EM: Honoring your parents by not sitting in their place,
embarrassing them, speaking before them or contradicting them.
KVOD HARAV: Honoring your teachers and being respectful at all times.
SHMIRAT HALASHON: Being mindful and thinking before you speak.
RACHAMIM BNEI RACHAMIM: Being kind and helpful to each other.
MIPNEI SEIVA TAKKUM: Respecting the elderly, offering them your seat.
TZNIUT: Being modest in dress and behavior.
EMET: Being truthful!
SHALOM: Searching for a peaceful solution.
ANIVUT: Humility, being humble not haughty.
TESHUVAH: Repentance, making amends.
AHAVAT ISRAEL: Liking fellow Jews, blocking out the yetzer hara or jealousy. Respecting their different minhagim and backgrounds and being tolerant of those who haven’t reached their Tikkun.
HACHNASAT KALLAH: Helping a new couple especially the poor or orphaned.
BIKKUR CHOLIM: Visiting the sick.
SELICHAH & MECHILAH: Forgive and Forget, don’t hold a grudge (Nekama & Netira).
HACHNASAT ORCHIM: Hospitality, being a good host.
CHESED: Loving kindness, Gemilut Chasadim.
DERECH ERETZ & KVOD: Decent, polite, civilized behavior and being respectful.
BAL TASHCHIT: Not destroying what can be put to good use and not being wasteful
TZAR L’BAALEI CHAYIM: Unnecessary cruelty to animals and having compassion for your pets by giving them to drink and feeding them before you eat.
HASHAVAT AVEIDA: Returning lost property.
SIMCHAH: Joy…..Being Happy! Also making efforts to be productive.
NIKAYON: Cleanliness, keeping your body and soul pure.
SAVLANUT Patience, staying calm in every happening and event in life.
SEDER: Being organized and disciplined in your actions and with your possessions.