| Bar Mitzvah & Tefillin Secrets
Author: Rabbi Dovid Meisels
Publisher: Israel Bookshop
Translated by: Rabbi Avraham Y. Finkel
What present does a Bar Mitzvah Boy receive from Hashem?
Why is he called a Bar Mitzvah, not Bar Mitzvos, and why do we use the word Bachur?
How many Mitzvos does a person gain in a single year of putting on Tefillin?
What is the significance of the "Shin" on the Tefillin-Shel-Rosh?
Which verse in the Torah tells us to put on Tefillin daily?
What benefits does a person acquire through faithfully adhering to the Mitzvah of Tefillin?
A boy's Bar Mitzvah at the age of thirteen is a once-in-a-lifetime event. The special significance of this time, the essence of what it means to be Bar Mitzvah, and the rewards and responsibilities that come with it are all expounded upon in Bar Mitzvah & Tefillin Secrets.
As the Bar Mitzvah boy steps over the threshold from childhood into adulthood, he is introduced to the Mitzvah of Tefillin. Instruction at this crucial time - in both the procedure, as well as the meaning of the mitzvah and the intentions one must have while wearing tefillin - will formulate the basis for a lifetime of proper mitzvah observance.
Bar Mitzvah & Tefillin Secrets contains over 200 color photos that demonstrate exactly how and where the tefillin should be worn, as well as many other fascinating customs related to Bar Mitzvah and tefillin. For a Bar Mitzvah gift that will last a lifetime, read Bar Mitzvah & Tefillin Secrets!