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Leviticus, the Book of

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Leviticus, the Book of: The third of the Five Books of Moses, describes the inauguration of the Tabernacle, and contains many of the mitzvot, including the laws of sacrifices.
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Sefer Vayikra
Sometimes viewed as a collection of arcane laws of animal sacrifices and ritual purity, Leviticus is very much valued in Judaism.
"Leviticus deals with the various aspects of holiness. Holiness is found in all of the book’s subjects, in the major principles as well as in the small particulars"
Choose your inner thoughts. Quiet your brain and your soul. Be present and open to the miracle embedded in every single moment.
Discovering the Small Alef
For the moment, my heart overflows with pride as I witness her burgeoning independence, her sense of self. I know that in a few months or years from now, these traits may not always seem so endearing, but for now, I kvell.
Parshat Vayikra
Although the monetary value of the meal offering can not be compared to that of an animal sacrifice, the amount of physical and spiritual effort that went into this act for this particular person is priceless...
A taste of Shazak Parsha, where the weekly Torah portion comes alive! Geared for kids... Great for adults!
Why would an infinite, all-knowing, omnipotent G‑d wish for people to offer up animal sacrifices? It seems to be a pointless waste of resources and needless dispensing of life.
In the titular opening word of the third book of the Torah - Vayikra (Leviticus), the Aleph is small. What is the signifigance of this small Aleph?
It all began on the second day of creation, when G‑d separated the “lower water” —the water on earth, and the “higher water” —the water that is in the heavens: And G‑d said, "Let there be an expanse in the midst of the water, and let it be a separation be...
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