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February 15, 1963 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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Put on Talith
Before Tefillin

(Copyright, 1963,
JewiSh Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

The Talith is put on before
the Tefillin at services.
The most popular reason giv-
en is that when one has to do
two things • which are holy coin-
inandments, he first does that
which is more frequently ob-
served and thus more regularly
observed. The Talith is used
every day of the year while the
Tefillin are not used on Sab-
baths and major festivals. Thus
the Talith is put on before the
Tefillin.
The application of this rule
generally implies Judaism's
great emphasis upon the impor-
tance of the daily observance
over the special deeds. Actually
it is one's daily habits which
form character and morale
more than special events in
one's life. There are some who
claim that the Talith is put on
first because the commandment
Of fringes (Tzitzith) serve to
remind us of all the command-
ments while the commandment
to put on Tefillin is a localized
affair.
It is interesting •to note that
at least one authority is quoted
as saying that some did put on
the Tefillin before the Talith
because the Tefillin have a
higher degree of holiness than
the Talith because they contain
holy scrolls (Nimuke Yosef-
Tzitzith).
The _commandment of put-

ting on the Tefillin is directly
and closely associated with
Bar-Mitzvah.

Actually the age of Bar-Mitz-
vah (13 years and a day) makes
a boy responsible for the com-
mandments. Several reasons are
indicated for making it especial-
ly the Tefillin which are stress-
ed. Some claim it is • because
other commandments are items
which may not occur every day
while Tefillin are daily require-
ments. Thus this is surely to be
observed on the first day or two
of the boy's maturity.
Others
it is because a
may observe other coin-
boy may
mandmenis at a much earlier
age while with regard to Tefil-
lin there is a special precaution
taken which requires one to be
mature enough to - "care" for
the Tefillin, or "guard" them.
("And thou shalt guard them.")
This kind of maturity comes at
the age of 13 and thus the rab-
bis- discourage the use • of the
Tefillin before this age.
Also, it may be said, that the
wearing of the Tefillin is an ob-
vious' symbol while so many
other commandments are not
so openly performed. Thus, one
of the most obvious signs which
a boy shows when he is Bar-
Mitzvah age is the wearing of
Tefillin—hence the close link
between Tefillin and Bar-Mitz-
vah.

Bnai David Games Nite

The Cong. Bnai David Mr. and
Mrs. Club will hold its third an-
nual night of games 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 23 at the synagogue.

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