Monthly Archives: February 2013

Focus of Kohain Outlined with Consecration

Chapter 29 In the ritual of inaugurating the Kohain for their task, there were different parts of their body that were anointed and they were: X marks the spot – there was an anointing done with oil, two drops were … Continue reading

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Clothing Ought to Serve a Higher Purpose

Last week’s Torah portion talked about the construction of the Tabernacle, which mirrors the creation of the world.  This week we talk about the garments of the Kohain, of the priests.  We go back to the account of the first … Continue reading

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Unburdening – Don’t Rescue – Help Your Fellow

In this week’s Parsha is the commandment to help your fellow when disaster strikes.  There he stands overwrought, his animal loaded up way too much and the sun beating down.  And there you are, passing by.  You cannot pass by.  … Continue reading

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