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Kohen Gadol: the “high priest,” or chief of the Kohanim; only he may enter the Holy of Holies
Beyond life spans a vast stillness. But as long as we live and strive, sound denotes activity, activity denotes movement, and movement denotes a discrepancy between where we are and where we want to be . . .
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.
The Temple is in the past, but it will also be in the future. Hence it teaches us about the present
In the Parsha of Tetzaveh we read how the Priests ("Kohanim") were consecrated to serve in the Sanctuary. The Priests were selected by G-d to fill a sacred position, requiring them to be on a higher level of holiness than the rest of the people. But over ...
As mandated in the Torah,Exodus 28. the Kohanim (priests, who were descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses) wore special clothing while serving in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem (or its portable predecessor, the Tabernacle). The rank-and-file priests were as...
Why the need to engrave the names twice on the High Priest's garments? And why the change in from one tribe on each of twelve stones to six tribes on two stones?
The breastplate was a garment worn by the high priest while serving in the Holy Temple.
The Kohen Gadol (High Priest) wearing the choshen (breastplate).
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