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This too shall pass Sterling Silver Medallion

$38.00 $33.44

This beautiful Sterling Silver Medallion curved with the “This too shall pass” adage  – In Hebrew : גם זה יעבור.

It is an adage reflecting on the temporary nature, or ephemerality, of the human condition.

The general sentiment is often expressed in wisdom literature throughout history and across cultures, although the specific phrase seems to have originated in the writings of the medieval Persian Sufi poets.

You can chose between two options:

1. Pendant Medallion for wearing it on a pendant (comes with a free silver chain)
2. Bracelet Charm for wearing it on a bracelet (Bracelet not included)

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    2. Select Chain Size
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    If you like to purchase a bracelet as well chose your desired bracelet length here:

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Free 925 silver 45cm chain included with every pendant !

Free shipping and gift box are included !

Product Specifications

Material

925 sterling silver

Available Diameters

11.3mm (0.44 Inch)

Charm Option & Weight

Charm Medallion total – 1.7 g = (1.1gr Medallion) + (0.6 bracelet Loop), Pendant Medallion total – 2.3gr = (1.1gr – Medallion) + (1.2gr chain)

Warranty

1 year full warranty

Free Additions

Free shipping, gift box, Leather Chain / Synthetic Leather 45 cm

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This story also appears in the Jewish folklore.[6] Many versions of the story have been recorded by the Israel Folklore Archive at the University of Haifa.[7] Jewish folklore often casts Solomon as either the king humbled by the adage, or as the one who delivers it to another.

In some versions the phrase is simplified even further, appearing as only the Hebrew letters gimelzayin, and yodh, which begin the words “Gam zeh ya’avor” (Hebrewגַּם זֶה יַעֲבֹר‏‎, gam zeh yaavor), “this too shall pass.”

 

It is known in the Western world primarily due to a 19th century retelling of Persian fable by the English poet Edward FitzGerald. It was also notably employed in a speech by Abraham Lincoln before he became the sixteenth President of the United States.