...are shayach to our bailuss. For great tzidkuss.
There is a story told about R' JB Soloveitchik in YU in the late 1960s, perhaps early 1970s, when "Pepsi Cola cap" yarmulkas -- knitted kippot not much bigger than such a soda cap -- were in vogue in some circles. A student arrived wearing one. RJBS took off his hat, adjusted his own (rather large) black yarmulke, and noted how interesting it was that a yarmulke always gravitated to a size just large enough to cover the brain...-micha
Yes I agree, but Im wearing a big Kippah..not really my size but its ok as long as it is plain and Velvet Kippah Im comfortable with it.
I think size doesn't really matter as long as there's a kippah on. And what you trully believe is important than the size of it. As long as you're comfortable and knows the true meaning of why you should ear a kippah. :)-------Jasper @ Best Kippah
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