The Mezuzah is an extremely exact object with literally thousands of rules governing its production. For example, it must be written on parchment made from a kosher species of animal, such as a cow, a sheep or a goat. It must also be written by hand, and the scribe must declare his purity of intention before he begins writing and then each time before he writes the name of G-d. Every letter is exact also, including the white space surrounding each letter. Of course there are also guidelines to hanging the Mezuzah once it’s in its case and appropriate blessings to speak.
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