Its my first tattoo that I got in memory of my grandmother , it is simply the Hebrew word Chai (living), with the two Hebrew letters Cheit and Yod attached to each other. Some say it refers to the Living G-d; others say it simply reflects Judaism's focus on the importance of life. The concept of chai is important in the Jewish culture.

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    ryefield said on October 31, 2009

    nice. truely noce.

    SO many poor fellas here got their Hebrew tatt done poorly, either misspelled or written backwards.. good thing you did it in Israel.

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    black_inferno said on September 18, 2009

    this is beautiful :)

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    alia22 said on September 7, 2009

    im sorry..moose??

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    carolcitydiablo said on September 7, 2009

    nice moose

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    alia22 said on August 29, 2009

    thats a myth ! lol I checked it out, its an urban legend ment to scare jewish teens.

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    420gsr said on August 29, 2009

    uh oh if ur jewish now u cant get into the cemetery!

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