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Bo: Mezuzah: G-d and Me

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Home Security

House burglaries are a common form of theft and the installation of home security systems is a big business. There are many options. Some bar their windows, others install cameras and yet others alarms. Some bolt their doors and others reinforce their locks, but when all is said and done the most important piece of home security is the one guaranteed by G-d. Namely, the Mezuzah – the commandment to affix a small scroll with select portions from the Torah onto the doorpost.

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