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Tzav – Torah in Haiku

Tzav

  SEEKING HOLINESS? … SURROUND YOURSELF WITH PEOPLE … SEEKING HOLINESS —   This week’s haiku was inspired by “The Holy Touch”, Anita Silvert’s post this week on her blog, Jewish Gems. When you associate with people whose outlook on life whose actions and speech find the holiness in life, then you will tend to […]

Tzav (Command)

Tzvav

Leviticus 6:1 to 8:36 The system of sacrificial offerings as a way of communicating with God has been out of practice for nearly two thousand years. Is its replacement – prayer – an effective substitute? “The Eternal One spoke to Moses, saying ‘Command Aaron and his sons thus: This is the ritual of the burnt […]

Tzav – Torah in Haiku

Sacrificial blood … Placed on ears, thumbs and big toes … Of Aaron and sons — Leviticus 8:22-24 He brought forward the … ram of ordination … and it was slaughtered. Moses took some of its blood and put it on the ridge of Aaron’s right ear, and on the thumb of his right hand, and […]

Tzav (Command)

Tzav

Leviticus 6:1 to 8:36 In Biblical times, wrongful acts (sins) were forgiven through animal sacrifices. After the Temple’s destruction, prayer replaced the sacrifices. But, how does prayer forgive sin? This week’s Torah reading gives added details regarding the ritual animal sacrifices as the Eternal speaks to Moses about the “commands” on how Aaron and his […]

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