Here’s why we love the Hebrew language! In Hebrew, a human dwelling is called a “dirah”, while an animal dwelling is called a “dir”. The difference between these two words is the letter “hey” which represents the name of God. The Almighty’s presence in our homes is what characterizes us as distinctively human, spiritual beings. As a reminder of God’s protection, we place a mezuzah on the doorposts of our homes, just as commanded in today’s verse.
Having a Mezuzah on your doorpost reminds you to always be conscious of the fact that there is one God which we are commanded to love with all of our heart. The Mezuzah will serve as a spiritual reminder for all those who enter and exit your home.
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