Check a Mezuzah: It is customary to have mezuzahs checked twice every seven years, or even every year, prior to the High Holidays. Even if the mezuzah was purchased from a reputable source and previously found to be perfectly kosher, there is always room for human error, and new cracks and other problems can appear with time. Of course, this checking must be done by an expert scribe.
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What is a Mezuzah ?
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Mezuzah, literally translated as doorpost, is a small parchment scroll affixed on the doorposts of Jewish homes and businesses. It contains the hebrew words of the Shema, expertly handwritten by a scribe with ink and quill.
The Mezuzah symbolizes Gd’s protection and presence in one’s life. A small scroll with the words of the Shema inscribed, it is placed on the doorframe of one’s home, framing its inhabitants with a deeper awareness and appreciation for the Divine.