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Mitzvah Studies - Article 6
The Prohibition Against Coveting Another’s Possessions: While it may seem intuitive not to covet what is not yours, the intricacies of this prohibition may surprise you. What is the actual biblical prohibition?
Question: My friend's husband is such a fine, good person. I envy her for this man she has, and feel like I may be falling in love with him. Help! Response: My friend–who wears the same size dress as I do–had a stunning gown that I wanted to borrow to wea...
Envy is a grievous sin. It’s on the top ten list engraved on Moses’s stone tablets. And yet even envy can assume a form that is healthy and holy. (“Parsha Perks” with Dr Michael Chighel | Veyetze)
When we see people who seem to have more than us, we become overly focused on what they have and we lose consciousness of our own blessings.
The squire asked Shmuel to bring the priceless diamond he had inherited from his parents. All the guests waited breathlessly to behold this rare, precious gem . . .
It's one thing not to steal the stuff; but not even to desire it? Really now, isn’t G-d being somewhat unreasonable with this one?
Ethics 4:1
Call it the green-eyed monster. Call it spite, pettiness, insecurity. It's not a very satisfying way to live. How does one rid oneself of envy?
The nature of envy, coveting and desire.
Something Spiritual on Parshat Vaetchanan
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