STRINGS ATTACHED

June 2nd, 2021

Tucked away at the end of Parshat Shlach is the passage about tzitzit – the strings we attach to any 4-cornered garment that is worn.

After giving some practical background to this mitzva, Rabbi Dunner offers a beautiful explanation as to why the mitzva of Tzitzit is specifically identified as an act that reflects every mitzva in the Torah, sanctifying those who carry it out and appreciate its significance.

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