Rabbi Aish: Imagine that one day, a wife comes down the stairs to light her Shabbat candles and sees her husband lighting them for her. Wouldn't she be upset? He stole her mitzvah! The same is true regarding the mitzvah of reading from the Torah. This design supports Rabbi Aish’s argument about how women and men should do their own mitzvot--not each other’s. The structure of this design is Torah scrolls. On the outside of the Torah scrolls there is a drawing of a woman lighting the shabbat candles; which is what she should do/is her mitzvah. On the inside of the Torah scrolls there is a drawing of a man reading it; which is his mitzvah. This shows that the man should stay “inside” of the torah and the women should stay on the “outside”.