Each parchment is taken a look at twice by hand by certified megihim - examiners and also a final check by computer system. Every one of our Mezuzah Scrolls/Parchments are KosherSKU: CKOSHMEZ.
Kosher Mezuzah Parchment Scroll (Klaf) written by an Israeli scribe (called a Sofer Stam in Hebrew). Size 7, which is 2 3/4 x 2 1/2 inches or 7cm. This mezuzah scroll will certainly fit most mezuzah situations. This is the scroll that is placed inside the mezuzah instances. It includes the Jewish prayer, the Shema, starting with the phrase: "Pay attention, Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One." Mezuzot are positioned on access doors to accomplish the Biblical rule to proclaim the Shema "on the doorposts of your house and on your gates." These are Ashkenazi style - created on pet skin without lightening so the all-natural appeal of the skin reveals with.
Basic parchments meet minimal needs. High end is an extra advanced degree of craftsmanship. All kosher scrolls are composed by a knowledgeable Israeli Sofer (scribe). These scrolls are beautiful, legibly handwritten and satisfy rigid criteria of Kashrut. Each scroll is examined both by a second Sofer and also by computer at an unique institute in Jerusalem.
As a result it needs to be clearly handwritten by an expert scribe on a Kosher pet parchment. All these requirements make the scroll kosher. Orders normally deliver in 1-2 company days from our South Carolina warehouse Requirement distribution takes 3-7 business days Complimentary delivery on UNITED STATE orders $75+ Easy returns within 1 month of acquisition.
A claf is a spiritual parchment that is held inside the mezuzah situation. The parchment is hand-written by a scribe that focuses on the spiritual definition of each word. The message inscribed on the parchment is the first three paragraphs of the Shema, the central prayer of the Jewish faith.
By: Rabbi Moshe Heinemann In these unstable times, many individuals have actually set up security system in their homes which provide them a complacency. There are various sorts of alarm system which are either connected to a central system or not. However one thing is clear; the system will only function if all the cords are intact, the buttons embeded in the appropriate sequence and the system remains in working order.
Simply one torn connection can revoke the entire system. Our feeling of safety and security should originate from the recognition that we have a guard in paradise, as opposed to relying entirely on some mechanical tool, created by male. The Ribbono Shel Olam monitors our residences if we do His will. The mezuzah affixed to our doorpost is our security.
Particular letters are inscribed outside of this mezuzah scroll which state, amongst other things, that through this mezuzah scroll the house is secured. However, your house is just shielded if the mezuzah "system" is undamaged; if it is made according to the specs under which it is intended to function.
One has not executed the mitzvah which he or she assumed they were meeting at the time the mezuzah scroll was connected to the doorpost and also thereafter, and also the blessing that we state when attaching the mezuzah was recited in vain. There are several things which can invalidate a mezuzah.
This parchment should be created from the conceal of a kosher pet. The parchment is after that racked up with an engraving instrument that makes grooves. The grooves have to be made on the side of the parchment that was nearer to the flesh of the animal. When the scribe creates the scroll, he should take care to shape every letter in a details manner with ample spacing in between the words.
If there is a deviation from the above requirements, the mezuzah scroll is not kosher. It may be repairable depending upon the nature of the issue, but if it is not repaired it will not meet its duty as a mezuzah. It would certainly be similar to any type of various other paper on which words of the Torah were written.
Treatment needs to be taken that the parchment must be rolled, not folded up, to prevent fracturing letters, which would certainly render the mezuzah posul, void. The mezuzah needs to be rolled from entrusted to right. The rolled parchment must ideally be covered in a first safety plastic wrap covering to develop a wetness obstacle.
There is no unique requirement pertaining to the material of the situation (מחיר מזוזה). Nevertheless, it would be best to stay clear of a tight-fitting mezuzah instance where the mezuzah scroll would certainly require to be pushed into television. The mezuzah needs to be fastened on the right doorpost of the entry of the room in an inclined placement, preferably at the end of the top third of the doorpost.