This unisex silver statement ring is a must-have accessory for those seeking inspiration and motivation. 
The wide band design makes it comfortable to wear, while the unique Hebrew engraving adds a touch of individuality to your style.

Featuring the optimistic lyrics from the famous song 'Before it all ends' by Idan Raichel, this ring encourages you to live life to the fullest. 
The engraved lyrics read, "Be not afraid, Fall in love, Get up every morning, Go out into the world, Try everything Before it all ends."

The inner side of the ring can be personalized with up to 30 characters of your choice at no cost. 
This allows you to add a personal touch to your ring, making it a unique and special piece that reflects your individuality.

Wear this ring daily and be reminded to live boldly and fearlessly. 
Its versatile design makes it suitable for both men and women, making it a perfect gift for anyone who needs inspiration.

- Metal Type: 925 sterling silver.
- The ring width is 0.43" (11 mm).
- Although this ring is adjustable, please provide the size to ensure a proper fit and avoid large gaps between the ring and your finger.

Each of my pieces comes packaged in a decorative box with a gift bag. 
In the box, I include a card that explains the meaning of what is engraved or embossed on the piece.
179 $
* You can add an inner inscription - up to 30 characters
Shipments from Israel to all over the world
Collections Women's Jewelry, Men's Jewelry, Idan Raichel songs, Judaica Jewelry,
Catalog Number SKR060A-1968
Material 925 Sterling ,
Warranty 24 חודשים
Type of gems

The engraving (in Hebrew) reads:

Don't be afraid to fall in love,
Or that your heart will break,
Don't be afraid to have lost along the way,

Waking up every morning,
And living life,
And trying everything before it ends,

Searching for our roots,
And in the end, going back to the start,
Finding beauty in everything,
And dancing until we are overwhelmed by exhaustion,
Or love,

From all the moments in time,
Finding one to hold on to,
To say that we've made it, Always remembering to stop for a moment,
To be grateful for what we have and where we've come from.