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The Concept: The Gateway to Happiness.

The Source: King Solomon's Song of Songs.

The Design: The two columns in the foreground
form the gateway to happiness. The roof resting
on top symbolizes the bond uniting a couple in
marriage - 'Osher', the Hebrew word for happiness,
is an acronym for the words 'Ahava' (love),
'Achava' (brotherhood), 'Shalom' (peace) and
'Reut' (friendship).
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The Concept: The Eternal Bond.

The Source: King Solomon's Song of Songs.

The Design: Two circles inextricably intertwined
symbolize the verse "I am my beloved's,
and my beloved is mine."
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The Complete Redemption - Wall of Light

The Concept: The complete Redemption - Wall of
Light.

The Source: The prophets Zephaniah, Haggai,
Zechariah and Malachi.

The Design: The Western Wall symbolizes the eternity
of the Jewish nation. The repetitive pattern in this work
symbolizes Hashem's return to His people and the
fulfillment of the promise of redemption.
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The Concept: "The Rebbe".

The Source: The Torah Readings and Haftorahs
of Passover.
The Design: The Rebbe is a spiritual leader. Only his
hands and face are exposed, symbolizing the importance
of achieving harmony between one's inner being and
external behavior.
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Spiritual Ascent

The Concept: Spiritual Ascent.

The Source: The 15 psalms of Ascent.
(Psalms, Ch.120-134)

The Design: The buildings rise up in narrowing
rows toward the top of picture. The buildings symbolize wealth,
the sun - might, and the menorah - wisdom. Thus, the spirituality
of each row increases, as the rows become narrower, until the
peak of spirituality is reached at the top of the highest house,
on which stands the menorah.
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Spiritual Strength

The Concept: Spiritual Strength.

The Source: The four portions found in tefillin
and the poem "Yedid Nefesh".

The Design: A Jewish adolescent stands facing
the Western Wall. The wall symbolizes the spiritual
strength and magnificent history of the Jewish people.
The tefillin and tzitzit represent pride in the Jewish heritage.
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The Concept: The Physician prayer.

The Source: The Rambam's Physician Prayer

The Design: The prayer is written inside the big
heart. The big and complete heart overlaps the lower
heart and cures it. The heart symbolizing the Hebrew word
"Hay". At the bottom, the rays of light cover patient's
heart like walls. They reinforce the patient and
lead him to life of health, joy, wealth, and confidence.
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The Crown of the Universe

The Concept: The Crown of the Universe.

The Source:
The Design:
'Keter' (crown) represents the highest
possible level of spiritually while 'Malchut' (kingship)
represents the lowest. The goal of the universe is to combine
them together.
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The concept: Ariel Building, Bet-Hamikdash.

The Source: The Seven Consolations.

The Design: Bet-Hamikdash stands in a high
spiritual place. Like a lighthouse, the Bet-Hamikdash
spreads light throughout the world. We pray that
the Temple will soon be rebuilt.
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The Concept: Joy and Happiness

The Source: The Book of Esther

The Design: This work is composed of a variety of forms
representing figures dancing in ecstasy and embracing  one
another. The figures are both separate and united, joining
together to form one single figure that radiates joy and
happiness
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The Concept: God's Promise - The Seven  Consolations

The Source: 7 Haftorot from Isaiah - Nachamu, Nachamu in
which G-D comforts the people and Jerusalem.

The Design: The Glory of G-D shines on Jerusalem. 26
houses in Jerusalem, with a total of 49 windows and 13
domes.  Each dome is composed of 7 lines. The 13 cubes
represent lights upon Jerusalem.