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Ketubah History

The Ketubah (כתובה – from the Hebrew root ‘to write’) is a Jewish marriage contract that was introduced into the Jewish wedding ceremony approximately 2,500 years ago. Today, modern text options allow the bride and groom to choose a text that reflects their worldview. Beyond the text, the ketubah document has attracted artistic adornment through the centuries and has become a significant expression of Jewish art.

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Hillel Used to Say:

In addition to the quote on the Hillel Print by Mickie, Hillel is also known for his ‘golden rule’ – “That which is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow. That is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn.” Although many religions and cultures have a version of the […]

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How to mount a car mezuzah

Jerusalem Car Mezuzah

Although named car ‘mezuzah’, it is not a traditional mezuzah (which is only placed on walls in homes and synagogues). For the car, it is actually a decorative box that holds a Travelers Prayer. In all of the car mezuzahs created by Mickie Caspi for Caspi Cards & Art, the Hebrew travelers prayer scroll is rolled up and placed inside the car mezuzah and is visible through the clear sides of the acrylic.