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Kabbalat Ol ("acceptance of the yoke"; unequivocal commitment to G-d)

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Kabbalat Ol ("acceptance of the yoke"; unequivocal commitment to G-d): (lit. “acceptance of the yoke”); total submission and subordination to the will of G-d
Growing Weekly: Parshat Chukat
Decoding the hidden messages
The parsha of Toldot contains 106 verses and the mnemonic for it is the word ‘ulo’ (yoke). Explore the coded message in the mnemonic and its connection to the general themes of the Parshah.
The Avodah of Two Types of Eved
Unlike the Ben, whose devotion and service are natural expressions of the Nefesh Elokis, the Avodah of the Eved is a product of the Guf and therefore requires effort. There are 2 categories of Eved, one whose service is pure Kabbolas Ol motivated by Yirah...
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Chukat
Describing the red heifer ritual, the Torah states (Numbers 19:2) “Take a red heifer that never had a yoke placed upon it.” The Hebrew word for yoke (ol) is normally spelled ayin-vav-lamed, but in this verse, the vav is missing. What is the connection bet...
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