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  Artwork: Psalm 145
  Artist: BERGER, Moshé Tzvi
  Date: Series painted before and around 2000
  Technique: Pen, brown ink, brown wash, blue wash, pierre noire
  Location: Museum of Psalms, Jerusalem
  Notes: From a series illustrating all the 150 psalms. Psalms 145:12f. Artist's comment: "In this psalm, David summarized all the 150 Psalms. It contains exactly 150 words. The Psalm is composed in acrostics with the letter "Nun" missing. It is a mystical message. The painting depicts the Merkava, the chariot, an esoteric message. When a person comes to recognize that every bit of his energy and vitality are a perpetual gift from the Almighty, he will dedicate his existence to drawing ever closer to his Creator. Such a person, thereby, belongs to the World to Come."
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  Subject: 145: I Will Exalt You, My God the King

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