There are two ways to serve G-d, either as a slave or as a son (Introduction to Shaar Hahakdamot, by Rabbi Chaim Vital, 1:3). The first one, labor as a slave, is a technical activity, which only requires the person to perform the specified duties. On...
On the face of it, the date of the holiday of Succot seems to be out of place. The Torah teaches us that the purpose of Succot is “so that your later generations will know that I caused The Children of Israel to dwell in succot when I took them...
At Mount Sinai, the Torah was given from heaven and not from the earth. A tremendous and powerful voice of G-d burst forth from the mountain peak, and the nation was not allowed to climb up or even to touch the edge of the mountain, under a threat of...
The King is commanded to write a second Torah scroll for his own use, in addition to the one that every man in Israel is required to write (at least according to the Rambam and the Beit Yosef). “And it will be, when he sits on his throne, let h...
"From any man whose heart leads him to contribute shall you take My contribution" (Exodus 25, 2).
"Let everybody call out in the Name of God and worship Him in unison" (Zephaniah 3, 9).
"And God will be King over the whole world" (Zechariah 14, 9).
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