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16 - Tetzaveh & Purim - Ring Before Entering- Third Aliyah
Speaker:   Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
Series: Weekly Parsha Shiur, 5772 - Parsha Plan
Lecture Details:  The third aliyah (section) of Parshas Tezaveh describes the me'eil, the blue wool coat of the Kohen Gadol. The bottom of the coat was adorned with pomegranates and bells so that as he entered the Kodesh he announced himself before Hashem. However, on Yom Kippur the Kohen Gadol wears plain white clothing, without the bells, and is able to enter the Kodesh Hakedashim. The fear of entering the palace before the King parallels the Purim story when Esther is afraid to enter before Achashveirosh. There, Mordechai is the one displays a confidence that the salvation will arrive and there is no need to fear. Coming before Hashem uninvited requires a special confidence in the close connection between us and Hashem. Yom Kippur is Yom Kippurim, a day like Purim, in many ways, including this concept of confidence in our connection to Hashem, combined with the distance and fear of His greatness.
Library: Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion - RabbiHauer.org  View All Lectures
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Age: All Ages
Gender: both
Length: 48 min.
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