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Unformatted text preview: shade of blue, has been lost for the last 2,000 years. The
Rabbis decreed therefore that all the Tzitzith should be white. In the last few years it has been claimed that the
method of making the Techelet colour which was known to have come from a species of shellfish has been
rediscovered and many people have taken to wearing it in their Tallith. 34 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins AND THEY SHALL BE FOR YOU TZITZITH, AND WHEN YOU SEE THEM
YOU SHALL REMEMBER ALL THE COMMANDMENTS OF THE ALMIGHTY AND
YOU SHALL DO THEM", Obedience to, and performance of the commandments distinguishes us
from other religions and other peoples. Most other religions consist of a particular or series of beliefs
and a worship of a deity, usually on one day of the week. The Jew is completely different. We are the
only people who have been given many commandments directly from God, which we are duty bound
to perform the purpose of which are to help us climb higher and higher in our efforts to achieve that
Holiness which God require...
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