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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"
In the course of this sichah the Rebbe discusses Moshe Rabbeinu’s utter self-transcendence — he was willing to set himself completely aside for the sake of his fellow Jews. In so many ways, this mesirus nefesh describes the Moshe Rabbeinu of our own gener...
The three garments of the soul, the High Priest's eight vestments, a philosopher's skullcap, a soldier's boots, the Chassid's long black coat, Jacob's historic disguise...
The wick would flare and die. The oil is difficult to ignite at all. But when brought together in the lamp, they produce a steady flame. And so it is in the of the "a lamp of G-d" that is our soul
By law, the menorah stood in a chamber into which only kohanim (priests) were permitted entry. But the law also states that an ordinary person may light the menorah. What is the point—and lesson—of this legal paradox?
When a Jew abandons Torah, does he or she lose their connection with G-d? Or is it the Torah that loses its connection with G-d?
Man is the only truly clothed creature—a creature who attires him- or herself not only for warmth and protection, but to alter, enhance, even transform, his very identity.
The very purpose of a garment is to conceal the inner core and portray an external facade.
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...
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