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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 ...
This week’s Torah reading describes in detail the preparatory service for the dedication of the Sanctuary. The Sanctuary was a very significant place; it was G-d’s dwelling. Now anything significant, how much more so a dwelling for G-d, does not happen by...
HaShem commands the Jewish people: “An eternal flame should always be kept burning on the altar; it should never be extinguished.” The fire on the mizbeach (altar) where the sacrifices were offered should always continue to burn. In the Beis HaMikdash, th...
Tzav; Leviticus 6:1-8:36;
Adapted from Likkutei Sichos, Vol. VII, p. 30ff; Vol. VIII, p. 232ff; Vol. XXXII, p. 1ff To Leap a Chasm From the earliest ages, men have been aware of a reality beyond the material a reality which transcends man’s senses and intellect. And yet, that very...
When Can Our Sages Enforce Restrictions? On the verse:Vayikra 6:2. “This is the law of the burnt offering… [It shall remain on] the altar’s hearth throughout the night,” Rashi comments: “This comes to teach that burning the fats and limbs of the sacrifice...
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Perhaps nothing captures the indifferent spirit of our times like the ubiquitous “whatever.”
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Almost overnight, Iran was transformed from a pro-Western monarchy to an anti-Western authoritarian theocracy. Expressions of anti-Jewish animosity intensified. Pamphlets threatened “death to the Jews,” as a wave of anti-Israel sentiment swept the country...
Leviticus 6:1–8:36
The second section of the Book of Leviticus is the continuation and completion of the preceding section, and opens as G-d tells Moses to command (Tzav, in Hebrew) Aaron and his sons to follow the procedures for offering up sacrifices. The second half of t...
"צו את אהרן ואת בניו לאמר זאת תורת העלה" “Command Aharon and his sons saying, ‘This is the law of the burnt-offering.’ ” (6:2) QUESTION: Rashi writes that the term “tzav” denotes “zeiruz” — encouragement — for the present and future generations, and Rabbi...
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