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Prohibition of Work on Shabbat

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A Taste of Text—Vayakhel
Do you define yourself by who you are, or by what you do?
When you feel pulled in so many different directions, by all your many responsibilties, how do you find balance?
Part V
The fifth in a series of eight classes, defining the laws of work on Shabbat.
Part IV
The fourth in a series of eight classes, defining the laws of work on Shabbat.
Part II
The second in a series of eight classes, defining the laws of work on Shabbat.
Part I
“On the Seventh day you shall rest from all work”. What constitutes work? There are 39 Cardinal prohibitions on the Shabbat, and many off-shoot laws that are derived thereof. The first in a series of eight classes, defining the laws of work on Shabbat.
We live in a time of great freedom and prosperity for Jews. However, we must always keep in mind that it is not the “Strength and might of my own hand which has earned me this wealth,” but rather, “It is G-d’s blessing that brings riches.”
The conclusion of the book of Tanya discusses the theme of observing Shabbat also on an inner dimension. (From an event celebrating the 19th of Kislev at Kehilath Jeshurun in Manhattan)
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