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Aaron Shaffier

Shanah Tovah! Happy New Year 5772!

Shanah Tovah! With the New Year almost upon us, all of us at MezuzahStore.com would like to wish you and your family a happy, healthy and sweet new year. May the coming year be one of good health, success and prosperity for you and your loved ones!  Get 10% Off! To celebrate the New Year of 5772, we are offering a coupon for 10% off your order, good till Simchat Torah. Use coupon code ShanahTovah to get your discount!

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Aaron Shaffier

5 reasons to have Mezuzahs on every door of your home

1. Bring blessing into your home.  Throughout the ages Jews have known that having Kosher Mezuzahs on all of one's doors is the key to bringing a special blessing and protection to the home. This is why when anything goes wrong in our home, the first thing we do is take the Mezuzah scrolls to have them checked. In order to gain the full benefit of this Divine blessing, we must make sure we have a kosher Mezuzah on every door which is obligated in one. 2. Show your Jewish pride. It is one thing to have a little Mezuzah...

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Aaron Shaffier

Elul is upon us. It's time to check your Mezuzahs.

Today is the first day of Rosh Chodesh Elul. Every month in the Jewish calendar has a special focus. The focus of Elul is getting ready for the great and awesome day of Yom Kippur when we have all of our sins forgiven and cleansed if only we make proper preparation.  This means that we now have 40 days (30 days of Elul and 10 days from Rosh Hashana to Yom Kippur) to prepare ourselves for the moment of Neilah at the end of Yom Kippur when every Jew places their soul in God's hands and asks that the coming year should...

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Aaron Shaffier

The Saga of our Facebook Profile Picture

We started our Facebook page a couple of years back when Facebook was relatively new. At the time, I didn't really understand much about what Facebook was, but I understood that it was getting to be big fast and we should have something there.  When setting up the page I, of course, needed a profile picture. Back then, Facebook only allowed a very small profile picture. I took a detail from one our Mezuzahs and cropped it. It was bright and colorful, and in very small format it worked: Today, I was looking at our page and thinking it is...

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