It bridges time and circumstance, uniting us with ancestors who have similarly marked their homes for more than 3,000 years, through peace and prosperity and, often, adversity. It brings me comfort to recognize that while times change, some traditions don’t. In uncertain times, I appreciate that a mezuzah can even feel a little bold. It is a symbol, to ourselves and others, that we wear our Jewish identity with pride—an assertion of belief. And who doesn’t need a joyful daily reminder to live fully, authentically and without fear, in every situation?