Corina Marisol. lamps. March 15th , 2017.
Later rabbis held differing views as to whether the lighting of the Sabbath lamp was an obligation or a mitzvah (commandment). While it was and is considered obligatory for men and women, it is especially incumbent upon the woman of the house. If no woman lives in the house or she is unavailable, the obligation rests upon the man of the house according to the Code of Jewish Law known as the Shulchan Aruch.
After you have installed the mounting plate you will want to hang the light fixture so that the back plate is slid down the chain so you can access the wiring. Once the Island light is hung so that you can still access the back plate you can know hook up the wires. Put the black wire to black wire and the white wire to the white wire. Make sure to twist the bare wires together in a clockwise motion before installing the wire nuts in a clock wise motion. After you have connected the wires together neatly tuck them up into the electrical box. And slide the cover plate up the chain and install it with the decorative nut.
Studies have shown that small quantities of negative ions can quickly kill bacteria in the air. Negative ions are found in huge quantities in vicinities of natural settings like the forest and waterfall, and the quantities of these ions drop drastically in the presence of electrical equipment, like TV sets, computers and microwave ovens. Electrical equipment produce positive ions, which are known as "fatigue" ions, because they have harmful effects on the body. So the salt lamp is kind of like a natural ionizer that can be used to freshen up the air in the room. Imagine your room smelling like the rainforest or fresh after a thunderstorm! Some common areas where people put their salt lamps would be next to a computer, or other electrical equipment to "neutralize" the positive ions. Putting one at your bed side table could do wonders to improve your sleep quality.
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