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One mezuzah

Carol Kitman

One mezuzah

a Jewish counting book

by Carol Kitman

  • 78 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Rossel Books in Chappaqua, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judaism -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Judaism.,
  • Counting.

  • About the Edition

    Scenes of Jewish life help to introduce numbers from one to thirteen.

    Edition Notes

    StatementCarol Kitman, Ann Hurwitz.
    ContributionsHurwitz, Ann.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM573 .K54 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[48] p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3191433M
    ISBN 100940646528, 0940646544
    LC Control Number83063217

      August 8, August 9, my mezuzah story. Origins. The story of this book’s origins is one that deserves to be told. 30 years ago, I began my communal life as Assistant Rabbi in Brith Shalom Beth Israel Congregation in Charleston, South Carolina. You may be surprised to find out that BSBI, founded in , is the oldest continuously. Title Author Illustrator Book Summary; The Shema In the Mezuzah: Listening to Each Other: Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso: Joani Keller Rothenberg: In a divided world, where the one who shouts the loudest often gets the most attention, a story about compromise and listening.

    We offer a large selection of glass Mezuzahs. Glass Mezuzahs give a modern feel to this ancient tradition. Mezuzah Store has o sastisfied customers! Resurrection Book with Grafted in Mezuzah and Stand With Israel Car Magnet Package () This package includes: Resurrection, Book by Dr. Michael Brown“Resurrection: Investigating a Rabbi from Brooklyn, a Preacher from Galilee, and the Event that Changed the World” takes you on a captivating journey beginning in New York, where a famous rabbi died, and back through Jewish history for.

    A mezuzah is really the scroll inside of a mezuzah case: a klaf, or piece of kosher parchment upon which a sofer—scribe—has written (special ink, special quill) the first two passages of the Shema, Judaism’s central prayer.* The Shema is comprised of key verses from Deuteronomy ( and ), and begins, “Hear, Oh Israel, the Lord. an invalid mezuzah. This perception of mezuzah has been widely popularized dur-ing the past several years in the literature of the Lubavitcher movement, particularly since the terrorist attack at Ma'alot in 1,, and more recently since Entebbe. One particular Chabad brochure, circulated in the wake of Ma'alot, calls upon Jews toFile Size: 2MB.


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One mezuzah: a Jewish counting book. [Carol Kitman; Ann Hurwitz] -- Scenes of Jewish life help to introduce numbers from one to thirteen. One mezuzah: A Jewish counting book Paperback – January 1, by Carol Kitman (Author) › Visit Amazon's Carol Kitman Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Carol Kitman. The scroll inside of the mezuzah looks like this in Hebrew: The translation in English is: Hear, O Israel, the L -rd is our G -d, the L- rd is one.

You shall love the L- rd, your G- d, with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your resources. And these things that I command you today shall be upon your Size: KB. The mezuzah's purpose is to remind us of the commandments of the Torah every time we pass by it.

This is the context of the mezuzah verses in Deuteronomy. Moses urges us to "fear the Lord your God, to keep all His statutes and His commandments which I command you, all the days of your life" (Deuteronomy ).

If one knows that a Gentile family is to follow in that place of abode, the mezuzot should be removed, lest they be considered useless and thrown away. In the Land of Israel, the day rule for affixing a mezuzah does not apply. There, one should affix a mezuzah to the door when moving in.

How to Affix a MezuzahAuthor: Blu Greenberg. Book-Based Family Program. A Mezuzah on One mezuzah book Door. By Amy Meltzer. Program Focus. Age group: Ages Time frame: minutes.

Central value: Creating a Jewish Home. Synopsis. This book tells the story of a young boy’s move to a new home. His transition is eased by the ritual. This was not a book about halachot (ritual laws) of mezuzah – there were many books on that subject – this was a book about the meaning of mezuah – its significance in Jewish history, philosophy, ethics, and mysticism.

Bythe book was finished and I signed a contract with the leading publisher of English Judaica – Jason Aronson. What Constitutes a Kosher Mezuzah?.

The decorative case containing the mezuzah scroll is just that: a mere ’s important is the scroll, upon which the first two sections of the Shema are handwritten, beginning with the eternal words “Hear o Israel, the L‑rd is our G‑d, the L‑rd is One.”1 These selections both contain G‑d’s instruction to affix the mezuzah: “You.

Mp3 SHOW NOTES: > Author Amy Meltzer discusses her picture book A Mezuzah on the Door, an Association of Jewish Libraries Notable Book and PJ Library selection > Author Eric Kimmel shares mezuzah memories > Author Sarah Gershman and illustrator Kristina Swarner talk about their Sydney Taylor Book Award winning picture book, The Bedtime Sh'ma: A Good Night : Heidi Rabinowitz.

A Mezuzah on the Door describes a very important Jewish tradition. It is realistic and is something I can easily relate to. I would use this book when discussing different religious traditions, and why it is important to keep family traditions going, no matter where your family ends up/5.

RABBI TAMARA MILLER: The word mezuzah means in the Book of Deuteronomy, in the sixth chapter, it does say that we should put on our doorposts, on our gates of our homes, this mezuzah. One ruling on Jewish law in the book, “Laws of the Mezuzah,” states: “The idea that views non-Jews as having equal rights in the state goes against the opinion of the Torah, and no representative of the state is authorized to act against the will of the Torah.”.

The Mezuzah – Book 1 Section 1. It is a Divine Command to affix a mezuzah to every door of the house. Even if one has many rooms, and in every room there are many doors for ingress and egress, one must affix a mezuzah to each one of the doors, even though only one of the doors is ordinarily used.

A Study on the Commandment of the Mezuzah Mayim Chayim Series. The new Mezuzah booklet helps us discover the scriptural basis for the tradition of the mezuzah and its history from the time of Moses to the present the mezuzah's symbolism and how it. one Mezuzah is necessary.

It’s generally assumed that Rashi can’t argue with a clear Talmudic statement that every door of the house needs a Mezuzah[2] and therefore he can’t be understood at face value.

However the custom in many places in Medieval Europe had always been to. According to The PJ Library parent survey results, after reading A Mezuzah on the Door, a number of families hung mezuzot on their children’s doors for the first time–because the children asked for them.

As one mother wrote, “we are going to be placing a mezuzah at ‘child level’ on the bedroom door. A literal reading of Deuteronomy 6 says that Jews should post the words of the Sh’ma on their doorposts of their home.

A mezuzah is a small container that holds a piece of parchment, on which is written the Sh’ma and two other paragraphs from the books of Deuteronomy and Numbers. When you buy a mezuzah, you usually have to buy the little parchment separately (a kosher parchment must be.

If one already owns such a case and one does not want to get rid of it, it seems one could rub off the nose of the toy human figurine mezuzah case. 18 This mezuzah case is only a profile (i.e. not a full 3D image of a human), therefore, it is not subject to the above mentioned rule. 19 Nonetheless, it seems that it is still proper to avoid.

One mezuzah can save the entire idolatrous city from destruction. An interesting illustration of the mezuzah’s power to protect one’s life is found in the Talmudic discussion wherein a rabbi asks if women are obligated by the mitzvah of mezuzah, and another rabbi answers with a rhetorical question:Author: Alexander Poltorak.

‘Christian mezuzah’ maker says Jewish roots behind her Doorpost Blessings They look nearly identical to the ones that have adorned Jewish homes .If one who writes a scroll of the Law, phylacteries or a Mezuzah, had not concentrated his mind while writing, and wrote one of the Names of God without express intent, these articles are unfit for use.

Accordingly, when one is writing the name of God, even if an .‘One example - out of many - is his discussion of the mezuzah, a small capsule attached to the doorposts of Jewish homes containing a piece of vellum with verses from the Book of Deuteronomy.’ ‘I told her then how a mezuzah, with the verses of the Shema handwritten on its parchment, protects one's home, and she nodded but didn't say.