To reflect the sanctity of the Tallit and that which it symbolizes, we, at Shalom House, offer a wide array of Tallits made of the finest wools, chiffon and silks, in a multitude of colors and patterns. We also offer “Tzizit”, which, in addition to the fringes of a Tallit, also refers to the more practical day to day garment that drapes comfortably over one’s head and is worn beneath everyday clothes.
When praying Shacharit (morning prayers), the Tallit is accompanied by Tefillin, worn on the forehead and arm, as described in the verse from Deuteronomy presented above. Tefillin are mentioned 4 times in the Torah (all 4 passages are inscribed on the parchments inside the Tefillin boxes) and indicate:
· The unity of God.
· God’s capacity to perform miracles, especially those done to free the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt.
· God’s omnipotence in both the physical and spiritual worlds.
All of our Tefillin are of the highest level of Kashrut and made of quality materials.