A bountiful tree of life reaches towards a golden Hebrew inscription that translates to “from generation to generation.” The tree of life is a prominent symbol in judaism, representing the study of torah and the roots we find in our community. The roots of this tree extend towards an excerpt from the Talmud that reflects on our duty to future generations to preserve the world. A pioneer in Jewish art, Mickie Caspi has been working in the Boston area for over thirty-five years and has gained a worldwide following. Full of beauty and meaning, this print makes a wonderful gift for grandparents, parents, and teachers.
- Approximately 11’’ x 15’’ x 2’’
- Gold frame royal blue mat
- English text reads: “Generation to Generation. Just as my parents and grandparents planted trees for me, I am planting trees for my children and grandchildren so that they will be able to eat the fruit of these trees.” -A story of Choni the Circlemaker, Babylonian Talmud, Ta’anit 23a