The Hebrew name for this prayer shawl is tallit, which simply means â€œa robe,â€ â€œa cloak,â€ or â€œa sheet.â€ The Jewish prayer shawl is usually made of wool or silk and .
(prayer shawl) was to remind the Jew of the commandments of the Torah. How do the fringes of the tallit remind one of the commandments? The Jews' search .
The Jewish prayer shawl certainly has biblical significance, and the symbolism within it is interesting to explore, but it is not a requirement for believers today.
Whether they are called: "Prayer Shawls", "Comfort Shawls", "Peace Shawls" or "
â€œJust then a woman who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years came up behind him and touched the edge of his cloak. She said to herself, 'If I only touch
The tallit (sometimes called a â€œtallisâ€ with anAshkenazic pronunciation) is a garment one can wear to create a sense of personal space during prayer.