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The Temple is in the past, but it will also be in the future. Hence it teaches us about the present
Is it really that simple? What if you don’t have a common enemy?
There were two altars in the Mishkan. Parshat Terumah teaches us about the copper altar, Exodus 27:1-8. upon which animal sacrifices and meal offerings were brought, and Tetzaveh tells us about the golden altar, Exodus 30:1-10. upon which incense was offe...
Our prayers are not just slogans, our tunes and chants are credos of our belief, and our festivals and holidays are a reflection of our history. Every ritual and ceremony is packed full of purpose.
The light of the Menorah wasn't for G-d's benefit; it was for us. Same is true for all the commandments.
One menorah. Two symbolisms. Torah and unity. The connection?
An Essay on Parshat Tetzaveh
"In Parshat Tetzaveh we see that there are functions that are indispensable for the Tabernacle’s overall structure to work and achieve its purpose; without them, it simply does not respond"
How do we reconcile the importance of publicizing good deeds with the Jewish value of modesty?
Leadership and prayer: the two share a common theme.
The two great Torah commentaries of Rashi and Nachmanides debate the arrangement of the bells and pomegranates on the edge of the high priest’s robe. The Rebbe sees this as a discussion on the nature of noise, imperfection and superficiality.
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