Tikkun HaYam Mezuzah

From the Depths to your Door

A million plastic bottles are purchased every minute.  These water bottles are discarded and end up in landfills or the ocean.  It is estimated that by 2050, 12 billion metric tons of plastic will end up in landfills, and the ocean will contain more plastic by weight than fish.

Keep a single use water bottle out of the Sea, and put it on your door, by purchasing this unique Tikkun HaYam Mezuzah.

The Tikkun HaYam Mezuzah was designed by students at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg Florida, and made in house by Tikkun HaYam.  This one of a kind piece is beautiful, spiritual, and sustainable. The Tetrahedron (the molecular shape of water) just below the surface of the Mezuzah is reminiscent of Genesis 1:2 – “The Spirit of God hovers upon the water.”

Purchase your own Tikkun HaYam Mezuzah, made from 100% recycled plastic water bottles at https://www.repairthesea.org/product-p…/tikkun-hayam-mezuzah , and support the work of our students at Eckerd College Hillel to Repair the Sea.

 


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