Weekly Parshah Reflections – Tzav

In the Talmud, Rabbi Perida is asked how he achieved so many blessings and longevity in life. He responds that he never ate his meal until the portions that are designated for the priests to eat are set aside. In short, he understood that to be a healthy person, to have healthy and sustainable communities we must prioritise those that serve the community. During this difficult time, we must prioritise and give thanks to our teachers and our healthcare workers. They do so much for us, we must strive to do all that we can for them.

Welcome to the “Raising Holy Sparks” podcast! Hope you enjoy these short weekly insights into the torah portion! This week we dive deep into the Parshah of Tzav.

Additional sources for your reflection in connection with this week’s torah portion:

  • Leviticus 8:31 – “Moses said to Aaron and his sons: Cook the flesh at the entrance of the Tent of Meeting and eat it there with the bread that is in the basket of ordination—as I commanded: Aaron and his sons shall eat it.”

Thanks for listening and looking forward to being on this journey through the books of the Torah with you!


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