On video: Rabbi Shai Tahan (PR)
This coming Shabbat we will read Parashat Vaikra in the synagogue where the Torah teaches us an important principle that is relevant to our daily lives.
Rabbi Shai Tahan, head of the Sha'arei Ezra collective and head of the Arzi HaLebanon teaching house, brought in his weekly column the words of Rashi on the first verse of the parasha, according to him, even Moshe the great Rabbi stopped between speaking and speaking of God, and why? Rashi says: "And what There were pauses to give Moshe room to observe between a parasha and a parasha and between an issue and an issue," Rashi continues: "It is easy and material for a layman who learns from a layman." That is, that we need to pause
between studying and studying Torah in order to observe things and deepen them and thereby apply them properly
Rabbi Tahan also brought the regulation of Moses that Israel should read on Shabbat, Monday and Thursday from the sacred Torah book written in ink on the parchment, so that Israel would not go more than three days without studying Torah
And why is it mandatory to study Torah every day for three days?
But so that they stop and observe between studies.
David Berger, in collaboration with Shuba Israel