Traveler's Prayer Card
A modern contemporary looking Havdalah B'Samim holder containing spices with an inner holed covering over it for use during the Havdalah ceremony.
The Havdalah ceremony marks the symbolic end of Shabbat on a Saturday night after the appearance of three stars in the sky. The name Havdalah comes from the Hebrew word l'havdil which means to distinguish or separate. Havdalah is a ceremony that distinguishes between the holy Shabbat and the secular work week.
Fragrant spices, such as cloves are passed around and smelled during the ceremony as a reminder of the sweetness of Shabbat that has just ended and as an inspiration that should be carried over into the secular work week.