Tattoo in Hebrew is a very specific and incredibly interesting topic. Although at first glance it seems that the number of people willing to have such a tattoo must be small, in fact, we are witnessing the emergence of fashion on Jewish symbols. It is not necessary to be a Jew or even a Jew by birth, to put an inscription in that language on his body.
By itself, the Hebrew and everything connected with it is interesting as the basis for a tattoo for several reasons. Hebrew is one of the oldest written languages. The alphabet of this language embodies the antiquity and tradition. Besides, he is deeply symbolic, as each letter and word carries not only explicit, but also hidden meaning. In addition, the sacredness is evident in the Hebrew Kabbalah. A fascination with this doctrine, which has become recently quite popular, also fuels the interest in such tattoos.