Fabien Gilot, a member of the gold medal-winning 4 x 100 team raised his arm in triumph to reveal a tattoo in Hebrew reading: אני כלום בלעדיהם - in English: I am nothing without them. It is a tribute to his grandmother’s Jewish husband, Max Goldschmidt, an Auschwitz survivor.
In NY where I grew up, where it was common to see older Jewish men and women with the numbers tattooed on their arms from the concentration camps where they had been incarcerated. These survivors inspire me with their perseverance, will to live, and their ability not only to assimilate but to thrive in a new culture after being subjected to such unthinkable evil.
This is my first tattoo. It's in Hebrew and it says "She is clothed in strength and dignity and laughs with no fear of the future."
Solomon 3:4 in Hebrew "I have found the one whom my soul loves" We had it tattooed on our rib because Eve was formed from Adam's rib. And as the Bible explains for marriage...the two became one flesh
"Do not fear, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, help you, and uphold you with my victorious right hand." Isaiah 41:10 Hebrew tattoo