The Gates of Blessing is a composition of twelve windows, each 4'x4' which depicts a grapevine and a fig tree surrounding a pair of opening gates. The gates bear the insignia of the twelve tribes of Israel and are decorated with the gems of the twelve tribes also. The rails and the styles of the gates are etched with the design of random array of 613 Hebrew letters. The grapevine and the fig tree, symbols of peace are shown in all the seasons of their cycle, culminating in the harvest colors, at the top of the composition. The inscription, in Hebrew, from the acrostic prayer, the "Ptach Lanu," translates, "Open for us the gates of blessing."