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  • Traditions of the Future March 27, 2015
    We do not keep our traditions for the sake of the past. We keep it for their power to create a future, a power that will never end. For the Torah was not given to this world so that it should return to its pristine glory as it was created. The Torah was given for this world to transcend itself. Likutei Sichot 10, pg. 162. Masai 5741:18. […]

Pure Silk Tallit

Yair Emanuel’s tallit (Prayer Shawl) sets are hand painted, using silk dyes over pure, high quality silk. The blessing of “Lehitatef BeTzitzit” – to don the tzitzit– is written on the atarah (neckband).The tallit (Prayer Shawl) sets are decorated in colorful patterns, rimmed by golden and black lines, and undergo a process of fixation that preserves their colorfulness over time. The patterns on the tallit (Prayer Shawl) sets depict the city of Jerusalem, the Twelve Tribes, and Miriam and Deborah, over three background colors: white, blue and purple-wine. All tallit (Prayer Shawl) sets include a matching bag and kippa

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