Pleasant dreams. . . .What do our dreams mean?
This unique Sukkah Banner is a beautiful, detailed piece of art based on Maseches Berachos, and helps us understand the symbolism and spiritual messages of dreams. A magnificent addition to your sukkah - also perfect for a classroom or child's bedroom - this is a fun and inspirational way to learn Gemara and understand that Hashem speaks to us even when we are asleep. Children love to look at all the illustrations and read the messages about dreams. This artwork is endorsed by Maran HaGaon HaRav Chaim Kanievsky Shlit”a, who said this is a great way to teach kids.
Watch a short video of Rav Pessin describing the Pleasant Dreams Sukkah Banner.
See a brief clip of Maran HaRav Kanievsky shlit"a viewing the Pleasant Dreams poster.
About the Designer
Rav Aharon Pessin is a talmid of Hageonim, shlit"a, Rav Kanievsky, Rav Asher Weiss, Rav Avigdor Nebenzahl, and Rav Ephraim Greenblatt, zt"l. He has been working in Jewish outreach for many years and is a dynamic and inspiring lecturer, invited to speak at many shuls, yeshivot and events. He is a prolific author with 20 seforim. His Torah24-7.com website has a worldwide following with 19,000 brief shiurim in Hebrew and English. Rabbi Pessin lives in Ramat Beit Shemesh.
Pleasant Dreams by Rav Pessin
The Pleasant Dreams Sukkah Banner measures 5 feet along each edge. It's a statement piece! It's not just a sukkah decoration, but a piece of art to beautify your sukkah. Also popular as artwork for a classroom or child's bedroom.
Sukkah Banners are durable, non-porous, 13 oz. gloss vinyl designed for the outdoors. Sukkah Banners feature heat-welded hems on all edges for durability and added strength. One-inch nickel grommets (that's what the metal-framed holes are really called) are installed, over reinforced hemmed edges, in each corner and along the top, bottom and sides. Ultraviolet-resistant inks provide vibrant, long lasting colors and prevent fading from exposure to sunlight.
In brief, this is top-quality material, designed to last many Sukkah seasons. Not like those flimsy, faded sukkah signs or posters of past years.