In Parshat Behar, G-d tells Moshe about the laws of the shemitah year. The shemitah…
You get certain strengths. You get certain obstacles. You get what you get, and you try to do good with whatever you are given.
A common theme in this parsha is purification, overcoming impurities regardless of why they’re there.
If I have something nice to say, shouldn’t I just say it to their face? If I have something mean to say, who does it benefit to say it out loud?
Moshe Rabbeinu’s brother Aharon, the High Priest of the Jewish nation, brought a sacrificial offering…
Having a sense of community is important. It holds you accountable; it reminds you who you are and who you want to be. When you lose a community, you lose a part of yourself.
I’ll add salt to my prayers and really, really mean them.
Proving yourself goes beyond acting on your plans and fulfilling your promises.