It shows that G-d is always "doing his job" and protecting us.
There's an amusing story in the Talmud about the famous convert Onkelos.
I assume that it is to reflect the love and protection of Hashem on our home. Thank you, Bonnie, Toronto, Ontario Answer: Bonnie, Your question is the subject of much discussion among halachic authorities.
Wondering whether a certain doorway needs a Mezuzah?
Unsure of how to hang the Mezuzah on your screen door?
But despite the differences in style, the content of the mezuzah is the same for all versions. The reputation of the sofer can also affect the price.
All other factors being equal, though, a mezuzah should not cost more simply because it is written in the Ashkenazi or Chabad style. Question: What is the reason for the mezuzah to face inwards?
(So even though you were right to move your mezuzah inside, you don't have to worry too much about the fact that it was outside before.
Some authorities say it's ok.) What's the advantage of placing it near the outside?
Rather than stand outside, I moved back, so I'd be under the roof of the barracks and not have to get soaked.
The next morning a furious sergeant asked us who the guy was who thought he could get away with not standing outside while guarding.
Putting up the mezuzahs will give your home a spiritual upgrade. The Chasidic communites generally follow the tradition of the great Kabbalist Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, known as the "Ari" (also 16th century).