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Original image Credit: Jen Taylor Friedman - Soferet (Torah scribe) and creator of “Tefillin Barbie”

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  1. One should consider the result regarding familiarization with tfillin and observance. An imagined example (because I don’t know) if a doll is something a girl pretends and projects what she wants to be or be like in a positive way,, a mother or film star, a doll laying tfillin can be positive in that a childhood image becomes reality in adulthood. ‘When I grow up I will wear tfillin’ sounds good.

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