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Life is Like a Burning Candle

Life is Like a Burning Candle

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The path of life is like a burning candle. When we reach the end, the truth is revealed. Every mitzvah we do, every time we seek G‑d, we step closer and closer to that conclusion.


Natalia Kadish is a Surrealist artist inspired by the joy received from learning Torah and contemplating the infinite. She received a BA in Illustration from School of Visual Arts. Her art has been displayed in several concerts, including Irving Plaza in NYC. While incorporating the realism of her father, Laszlo Kubinyi’s, illustrations, she explores mystical concepts and understandings inspired by her visit to the Artists’ Colony in Tzfat, Israel. Her goal is to reveal the love in hearts and share her inspiration with all.
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Natalia Kadish is a Surrealist artist inspired by the joy received from learning Torah and contemplating the infinite. She received a BA in Illustration from School of Visual Arts. Her art has been displayed in several concerts, including Irving Plaza in NYC. While incorporating the realism of her father, Laszlo Kubinyi’s, illustrations, she explores mystical concepts and understandings inspired by her visit to the Artists’ Colony in Tzfat, Israel. Her goal is to reveal the love in hearts and share her inspiration with all.
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