Rebecca Shore illustrated the Ilan Ilan blessing in a way that it the Judaic art work will decorate the wall it is hung on. The Ilan Ilan blessing is one that you wish to anybody who already has everything yet you'd like to show your appreciation to thus making it an ideal Thank you gift.
In Talmud Masechet Taanit 5b it is explained that as Rabbi Nachman takes leave of Rabbi Yitzchak, the latter blesses the former with a parable and compares Rabbi Nachman to a tree that has sweet fruit, pleasant shade and a bountiful water supply. Inspired by the meaningful and picturesque text Rebecca shore illustrated it with a lovely fig laden tree on o rivulet end integrated the text in both Hebrew and English. The story tells about a weary traveler that comes to rest near a tree. He drinks clear water from the stream nearby, eats from the fruits of the tree, in this illustration a fig tree, and rests in the shade. After the traveler feels refreshed, he prepares to resume his journey. He turns to the tree and says: Ilan Ilan; dear tree- with what can I bless you should I wish you to be full of sweet fruits? You have that. With a stream of clean, clear water? You have that. Should I wish you to be a source of shade? You have that too. What I shall wish for you is that all that comes forth from you will be blessed with more of the same. The Ilan-Ilan blessing by Rebecca Shore is a perfect appreciation gift to donors and people involved in community work.
Size of the meanigful Ilan Ilan Blessing by Rebecca Shore is 17x17''.The print comes in a tube