A Torah book is a holy vessel from the moment of its completion.
A holy vessel- must be used as appointed.
As a result of the exile, where the individual had no personal safety, most of the Torah books were placed in synagogues and yeshivas,
As safe havens. For a few reasons:
Use for all community members.
Safekeeping from damages to the book.
A desire to connect between the book owner and the community.
Blessed be the Lord, we are in our flourishing land and are certain of the forthcoming and complete deliverance.
And we must return to the original requirement “that each and every man of Israel have a safer Torah at hand from which he can always study”
As we give thanks from the bottom of our hearts to the Creator for bringing us to this generation in which the country bears fruitful and plentiful,
The people is repenting and returning to their origins, and the feeling of certainty in the righteousness of the way of the Torah is ever growing.
Any Torah ark should have no more than four Torah books remaining in it.
The synagogue managers will return the remaining books to their owners, and determine an order for the book replacement
Every 6 months or year, so that the books that are in the Torah arks will be mostly used by their owners.
A book owner that cannot keep it will lend it to a family member, and if none is to be found, will contact us
And we will try to find a match for the holy item using the website.