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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
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.
Letter No. 159:
This letter was addressed to Mr. Tzvi Palmer, a philanthropist from New Jersey. B”H, Thursday, 1 Tammuz, Brooklyn, N.Y. Greetings and blessings, Your brother, Shlomo Palmer, [See Vol. I, Letters No. 89 and 105.] told me about you and on this basis, I am s...
The most sacred items in Judaism are written in Hebrew by a scribe upon hand-processed parchment.
Letter No. 166:
This letter was addressed to Mr. Tzvi Palmer, a philanthropist from New Jersey. B”H, Thursday, 14 Menachem Av, 5704 Greetings and blessings, First, I would like to ask your forgiveness that due to reasons not dependent on me, I was not able to reply to yo...
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