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Shulchan Aruch, Hilchos Tzitzis v’Atifaso 8:1-2

Laws of Tzitzis and Wrapping Oneself in a Tallis, Part 1

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Devorah NY April 6, 2016

Thank you... Tzitzit fringe is in a song In every bedroom of my grandma's hung a plain white, cotton throw blanket she made with fringe all around it and upon each corner there was her own handmade Tzitzit with a blue string among the 6 plain white strings. We would say our bedtime prayers, kneeling prostrate on the floor then she would pop us up into bed. She would then begin to hum a song... When at night I go to sleep, fourteen angels watch to keep. Two of whom is given, the power to guide my steps to heaven. When the song was finished, and I was tucked in with my Aba's robe; the white cotton throw blanket, she would take the two Tzitzit at each side of my head, make them front and center and hold them together and tickle my nose with them. She would say to me, You are Aba's world, may His Kingdom reign in you, and may His Angels serve your every need. Many don't know that this song is about the Tallit and the Tzitzit. Many don't know that Fairy Tales are hidden Torah teaching that came from the expulsion out of Europe Reply

yosef us March 28, 2016

Love it and look forward to your brief but full explanations and the way you present Reply

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