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Topics include: The prohibition against extinguishing the fire on the altar as an instruction to banish negative attitudes, the Zohar's explanation of why an impure earthenware vessel must be broken to become pure again, how Aaron and his sons reached the...
Practical Parshah—Tzav
We learn about the thanksgiving offering (korban todah), which is the basis for the blessing recited when one survives a life-threatening situation.
Lyrics: In parshas Tzav, Moshe learned That an aish tomid must always burn The fire on the mizbaiyach was to be Kept burning continuously In each of us there is a spark of fire To make the flame of Torah, burn higher and higher Just as aharon the fire did...
An overview of the weekly Parsha, through the eyes of the many commentators, enriching your understanding of how our great history unfolded.
Experience the gems of the Parsha with the classic commentaries, and a kabbalstic twist.
Parshat Tzav enumerates and explains detailed laws of various sacrifices. Some of these are introduced by the phrase “This is the teaching of...” (as in “This is the teaching of the burnt-offering... This is the teaching of the sin-offering... This is the...
Continuing the theme of Vayikra, the Rebbe traces further parallels between the Sanctuary that was built by the Israelites in the wilderness, and the Sanctuary which every Jew has within himself. This Sidra mentions the continual fire that was to be kept ...
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