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Tzitzit (Ritual Fringes)

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Tzitzit (Ritual Fringes): (a) Fringed four-cornered garment. (b) The fringes of said garment.
Mitzvah Studies - Article 7
Tzitzit is one of the most conspicuous mitzvot observed. What is the purpose of these fringes? What do they signify? Must everyone wear tzitzit?
Learn all about the tallit and tzitzit, its meaning and special significance.
Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 39
The third section of the Shema contains the mitzvah of tzitzit, which serves as a reminder for our commitment to all of G-d’s mitzvahs, and not fall astray to our eyes and hearts temptations. It concludes with the remembrance of the exodus from Egypt.
The how and why of tzitzit
Learn the practical, philosophical and mystical underpinnings of this foundational mitzvah that is meant to constantly remind us of the 613 cords of love which bind us to the Creator of heaven and earth.
Practical Parshah—Shelach
The commandment to attach fringes to the corners of our garments. What it means, and how it is done.
The return of an IDF soldier’s remains from Syrian captivity (and his tzitzit).
What about a person like me, who is paralyzed and locked in a body that is unable to do mitzvot?
I was under the impression that the mitzvah of wearing tzitzit only applies to the daytime. But then I heard that many have the custom to wear tzitzit during the night as well. Can you explain the reason behind this?
I understand why we hold the fringes during the Shema, which mentions the mitzvah of tzitzit, by why for Baruch She’amar?
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