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Thanksgiving Offering (Korban Todah)

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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.
While the concept of giving thanks is important among human beings, it is also central in our relationship with G-d.
There is more than one way to minimize the spiritual distance between oneself and G-d. Some of these ways will become obsolete in the Messianic era. But the way of gratitude has no expiry date.
Exploring Rashi’s commentary on the criteria for a thanksgiving offering
The Torah requires a thanksgiving offering for certain situations. When we explore Rashi’s take on this story, we learn that the four stages of gratitude mentioned in the Torah relate to the story of the Exodus.
While other personal offerings will cease when Moshiach comes, the Todah will not. What is unique about the Todah that makes it everlasting?
We generally don’t really appreciate that which we have until there’s a risk of losing it.
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