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Tefillin

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Tefillin: (lit. "phylacteries"); small black leather cubes containing parchment scrolls inscribed with the Shema and other biblical passages, wrapped on the arm and head of adult men during weekday morning prayers
Binding mind, heart and deed
The Mitzvah that binds our minds with our hearts and deeds, and allows a daily reunification within ourselves and with G-d. Tefillin: the what, the why, and the how-to.
A brief treatise on the significance of this important Mitzvah, including some basic laws, prayers and diagrams.
In addition to a discussion of the profound effect tefillin have upon the mind and heart, this booklet also includes practical laws, detailed photographs, translations and transliterations of the appropriate blessings, plus the Shema prayer.
How to Put on Tefillin
Do-It-Yourself Tefillin
Simple-to-follow instructions on how to do the mitzvah of putting on Tefillin.
The who, what, when, where and why of the little black boxes.
Power Tefillin
Last night, you charged your cell phone, your laptop, your ebook reader, your video camera, your hand vacuum, your power drill and your cell phone bluetooth earpiece. Now it's time to charge your Jewish soul--with Tefillin!
The Do-It-Yourself Tefillin Guide
The Tefillin Booth
A short animated film on how to put on tefillin.
The Mitzvah that binds our minds with our hearts and deeds, and allows a daily reunification within ourselves and with G-d.
This Tefillin Wizard leads you through the daily tefillin-donning procedure. Six simple steps to elevating your arm, head and day . . .
Tefillin
An enigma among human rituals: Black leather boxes containing parchment scrolls inscribed in meticulous accordance with the criteria of an ageless scribal art. Not to be read, but to be worn . . .
The Unique Power of the "Frontlets Between Your Eyes"
A Head that Wears Tefillin
The Talmud says that the verse (Deut. 28:10) "All the peoples of the earth will see that the name of the Lord is called upon you" refers to wearing the head tefillin. How does the head tefillin cause G-d's name to be "called upon" the one who wears them?
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