Shmirah is a chesed shel emet, an act of lovingkindness, which is a final act of compassion toward our departing fellow Jews and is greatly appreciated by the deceased’s family.

In Jewish tradition, volunteer Shomrim watch over the deceased from the time of death until they are buried because the neshama (soul) is believed to be present until the time of burial.
Mary has Shmirah tomorrow at the neighborhood Funeral Home. She and her friends take turns being the Shomrim.
Barbara E Bjによって 2013年01月30日(水)
1) The process of making sure children at shabbatons {religious retreat done over the Jewish sabbath) are not hooking up, and are in the proper areas at the proper times.
Aryeh: What are you up to now.
Erica: I have shmirah in like ten minutes.
Aryeh: Well, if you want, I'll help you with it.
Brown Eyed Girlによって 2005年06月06日(月)

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