Shabbat is more than a day of refraining from worldly activity.

When experienced to its spiritual fullest, its holiness enlightens all other days of the week.

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Man and his son looking at the Beit Hamikdash floating in the sky

Parashat Shelach – Commentary based on the Sefat Emet

Parashat Shelach – Commentary based on the Sefat Emet

Leff, Dr. Nosson Chayim ZT"L
June 3, 2021

[The Medrash Rabba states] ‘Nothing in this world is as beloved (chaviv) to HaShem as sheluchei mitzva — people who are sent on a mission to do a mitzva — who give their all in order to accomplish their mission.’

The Chiddushei HaRim… say that each one of us can fill this beloved role of being a shli’ach mitzva [by viewing] ourselves as having been sent to this world with the express purpose of carrying out the will of HaShem — and to conduct ourselves accordingly…

‘Every person is created to do a tikun (a task that improves the world) for which he is uniquely qualified, and which only he can do.’


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