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There are two basic types: A Tallit Godol is a large garment that looks like a cloak, and is worn when men pray in the morning.
The Tallit Katan is much smaller, usually worn all day long underneath one's shirt.
The tzitzit themselves consist of four strings (doubled over into eight), and then tied in a special way to all four corners of the garment.
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If you won't take care of your own needs, how can you expect that others will? To a certain degree we are all dependent on others. If people are given the opportunity to repent for their sins, yet still fail to do so, their negligence is a sin so terrible that it outweighs all the to the books, where it exists as an abstraction! " Still, once the sin has been committed and the temptation assuaged, what justification can there be for not regretting that one has done wrong?