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Mezuzah

Mezuzah: (lit. doorpost); parchment scroll affixed to the doorposts of a Jewish home or business, containing portions of the Shema.

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What is a mezuzah and what is its significance in the Jewish home? A full guide exploring the meaning of mezuzah, its laws, and how to affix one in your own home
It’s not a Jewish doorbell. It’s a home security device called a mezuzah. The software inside this gadget is a scroll with the words beginning, “Hear O Israel, the L‑rd is our G‑d; the L‑rd is one” . . .
The Mighty Mezuzah!
Amazing nano-technology from Heaven Disincorporated connects every room of your house with the highest level of home security, protecting you and your family wherever you may be.
The living room, kitchen, dinning room, bedroom -- each houses and serves a different aspect of our lives. This fragmentation of space, however, may also cause a certain fragmentation of consciousness
The mezuzah is an arrow, fixed upon the doorpost in the three dimensions of space, time and soul, pointing from the "domain of the many" to the "domain of the one"
Question: I have noticed that people place the mezuzahs on their doorposts on an angle. Is there a reason for this? Reply: Yes, indeed. In Ashkenazic tradition, the top of the mezuzah is inclined towards the inside of the room, and the bottom towards the...
Some time later the professor again visited the student for a class gathering. But when she approached the apartment, she did not see the mezuzah.
Here’s the ultimate house-lifter: Locate the door to your house. (We told you this stuff was simple, didn’t we?) Check if it has a mezuzah. If yes, proceed to step 7. If no, continue. Get a mezuzah with a nice mezuzah case. Don’t accept fakes or empty...
Think of it as a dedicated connection putting you online with the Infinite Server of All Things
Two mitzvot are connected with the doorway: the mezuzah and the Chanukah lights. The mezuzah points inward, while the Chanukah lights are oriented outward
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