Tuesday 30 March 2021

After School Jewish Studies Teaching Position

LChabad Malvern is looking for Jewish Studies teachers to join its after school Hebrew School program.

Hours are from 3.45pm - 5.45pm every Tuesday excluding State School Holiday periods.

The lesson involves one hour of Jewish Studies teaching and half an hour of Hebrew skills development. 

Applicants must have current Working with Children Check and undergo Child Protection training.

For a full job description or to apply please forward your resume and cover letter to reuvi@chabad.com.au or all 0425-809-642



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Halacha Guide: Sefiras Haomer 5781

Please click here for a Guide to Sefiras Haomer and the period between Pesach and Shavuos.
 
If you still require it, please click here for the Pesach Guide.

We are grateful to Rabbi Shmuel Lesches of Young Yeshivah for sharing this with us.


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Thursday 25 March 2021

Shabbos Tzetl: Tzav & HaGadol & Pesach

CANDLE LIGHTING 
12:25pm - Latest chametz sale & burn, Friday
6:12pm - Early candle lighting, Friday
7:05pm - Shabbos Candle Lighting, Friday
11:25am - Latest chametz eating, Saturday
12:25pm - Latest chametz nullification, Saturday
8:00pm - Pesach1 Candle Lighting & Seder, Saturday
7:58pm - Pesach2 Candle Lighting & Seder, Sunday
7:57pm - Yom Tov Ends, Monday
These times are for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Eruv Status: TBA
Good Shabbos, Gut YomTov!!!


Seder kit of cut outs and pictures and quizzes
Courtesy of Pesach


YESHIVA SHULE TIMES
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Please click here to view the PDFs of the Weekly Publications distributed in Shule each Shabbos.



PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Tzav in a Nutshell
Leviticus 6:1–8:36

G‑d instructs Moses to command Aaron and his sons regarding their duties and rights as kohanim ("priests") who offer the korbanot (animal and meal offerings) in the Sanctuary.

The fire on the altar must be kept burning at all times. In it are burned the wholly consumed ascending offering; veins of fat from the peace, sin and guilt offerings; and the "handful" separated from the meal offering.

The kohanim eat the meat of the sin and guilt offerings, and the remainder of the meal offering. The peace offering is eaten by the one who brought it, except for specified portions given to the kohen. The holy meat of the offerings must be eaten by ritually pure persons, in their designated holy place and within their specified time.

Aaron and his sons remain within the Sanctuary compound for seven days, during which Moses initiates them into the priesthood.

Summary of the Passover Torah Readings
On the FIRST DAY OF PASSOVER we read from the book of Exodus (12:21-51) of the bringing of the Passover Offering in Egypt, the Plague of the Firstborn at the stroke of midnight, and how "On this very day, G‑d took the Children of Israel out of Egypt."

The reading for the SECOND DAY OF PASSOVER, Leviticus 22:26-23:44, includes: a list of the moadim — the "appointed times" on the Jewish calendar for festive celebration of our bond with G‑d; the mitzvah to Count the Omer (the 49-day "countdown" to the festival of Shavuot which begins on the 2nd night of Passover); and the obligation to journey to the Holy Temple to "to see and be seen before the face of G‑d" on the three annual pilgrimage festivals — Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot.


HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Shabbat HaGadol
The haftorah for Shabbat Hagadol is from the Book of Malachi, who lived at the beginning of the Second Temple era. He foretells of the time of Moshiach, and rebukes the Jewish people for putting the wicked on a pedestal, for not serving G‑d, especially for not tithing, and ends with a proclamation about the Redemption.

When and Why We Read This Haftorah?
Many communities, including Chabad, read this haftorah only when Shabbat Hagadol falls on Erev Pesach. Others read it on every Shabbat Hagadol, whether or not it falls on Erev Pesach.

We read this haftorah now because it speaks of giving tithes, and on Erev Pesach of the fourth and seventh years of the Sabbatical cycle, one is obligated to give whatever tithes are left in his possession. Another reason is that it tells about the future Redemption. Since Pesach is the holiday of Redemption and the most opportune time for the coming of Moshiach, we read about the Redemption before Passover, most appropriately the prophecy of Elijah the Prophet heralding Moshiach's coming

First Day of Passover Haftarah in a Nutshell
Joshua 3:5-7; 5:2:15; 6:1; 6:27
The haftarah for today mentions the Paschal sacrifice, echoing the Torah portion which describes the preparations and the sacrifice done in Egypt under Moses' leadership.

After thirty days of mourning Moses' passing, Joshua tells the people to prepare themselves for the crossing of the river Jordan, he tells the priests to carry the Ark of the Covenant in front of the people. G‑d tells Joshua that He will show his greatness to the people of Israel "that they may know that as I was with Moses, so will I be with you".

G‑d tells Joshua to circumcise the Jewish men who had not yet been circumcised due to the desert weather, he does so, reminding them of the previous generation of men, who had gone out of Egypt, who had all been circumcised before partaking of the Passover offering. Joshua reminds the people of past events, how they had to wait for that generation to die in the desert as they would not be able to enter the land of Israel. Once everyone was circumcised they waited for all the men to recover.

G‑d tells Joshua "this day have I rolled away the reproach of Egypt from you", referring to a vision of the star of blood which the Egyptians had said was over the Jewish people at the time of the Exodus, not knowing that it was the blood of the circumcision. Joshua calls the place Gilgal. There the people of Israel make camp and offer the Passover sacrifice, two days later G‑d stop sending the manna and the people eat the produce of the land.

Joshua sees a sword-holding man on the outskirts of Jericho and asks him on whose side he is on. "And he said, No, but I am the the captain of the host of the L-rd; I have now come. And Joshua fell on his face to the earth and prostrated himself, and said to him, What does my lord say to his servant? And the captain of the Lord's host said to Joshua, Remove your shoe from your foot; for the place upon which you stand is holy. And Joshua did so."

The haftorah ends with a message that the city of Jericho was under siege and that G‑d was with Joshua.

Second Day of Passover Haftarah in a Nutshell
II Kings 23:1-9, 21-25
The haftarah for the second day of Passover begins after King Josiah learns of a historic Torah scroll that had been discovered in the Holy Temple. It chronicles the public reading of the scroll and the national movement toward return to G‑d that ensued.

Full of newfound inspiration, King Josiah had the idolatrous artifacts and priests removed from the Temple, and destroyed the other shrines that had been erected in Judea.

The king then encouraged the people to celebrate Passover as commanded in the Torah, something that had been neglected for generations.

The haftarah concludes by telling us that "there never was a king before [Josiah] who returned to G‑d with all his heart and all his soul and all his might, [to follow what was] written in the Torah of Moses, and there never afterwards arose another one like him."


SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

G‑d spoke to Moses, saying: Command Aaron and his sons . . . this is the law of the ascending offering . . . (Leviticus 6:1–2)

The expression tzav ("command") implies an urging for now and for future generations.

(Torat Kohanim; Rashi)

The king Moshiach will arise and restore the kingdom of David to its glory of old, to its original sovereignty. He will build the Holy Temple and gather the dispersed of Israel. In his times, all the laws of the Torah will be reinstated as before; the sacrifices will be offered, the Sabbatical year and the Jubilee year instituted as outlined in the Torah.

(Maimonides)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/3209.pdf



ZICHRON YAAKOV


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    Spud Sisters - Advertisement for Passover

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    TV Unit and Desk for sale

    TV Unit - solid wood (heavy to lift) with 2 x glass cabinets and a drawer in excellent condition Dimensions are 1800 x 550 x760 Ikea 3 shelf Workstation in excellent condition Dimensions are 910 length x 620 width Pick up in Caulfield South
    Mitchell 0407317439

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    Wednesday 24 March 2021

    BDE: Lazer Chesakov a'h

    BARUCH DAYAN HA'EMET



    It is with great sadness 
    we announce the passing of

    Lazer Chesakov


    Eliezer Ha'Kohen Ben Yitzchok ע''ה


    Father of Miriam Dolnikov




    Hamakom Yenachem Etchem Betoch She'ar Aveilei Tzion ViYerushalayim

    ‎המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים




    Miriam is sitting Shiva in 
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
    Her contact details are 
    0420 958 499
    dolnikovfamily@gmail.com




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    Tuesday 23 March 2021

    Communal Biur Chametz

    The Steinberg's annual driveway biur chametz 
    This Friday, 10:30am to 12:25pm.
    53 Ercildoune Street, Nth Caulfield
    Rabbi Pesach, Tel. 0413055718

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    Pesach Seders - LAST SEATS REMAINING

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    EDEN JEWISH EVENTS - PESACH SEDERS
    LAST SEATS REMAINING!!
    For more info call Ovadia 0499770940
    P.S. Please only book if you are walking distance to the Seder and plan to walk.

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    Monday 22 March 2021

    Employment: Qualified Early childhood educator needed!

    A dynamic Early Learning Centre in St Kilda East is looking for a warm, passionate and capable qualified Early childhood educator for part time & full time role.
    Please send your CV to: info@alefelc.org.au

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    Property: For Rent 2br

    Unit 2 bedroom in East st kilda.cnr Talbot & Hotham st. with built in wardrobes.1 very large.Eat in kosher kitchen. Lounge/dining area spacious with reverse cycle air conditioning/heating.
    Bathroom with bath,shower with laundry facilities.sep toilet.wooden floors.2nd floor.parking space. $400 per,wk.
    $1738 per month.
    Chana 0425769054. 95259795
    Avail mid april

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    Last few spots left for Caulfield Shule's Friday night dinner before Pesach

    Special guest David Solomon will be speaking at our dinner and last few spots left…
    Book now at www.trybooking.com/BPODU

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    Jewellery Making Classes with Yossi Jewellery

    Have you always wanted to learn the art of making jewellery?
    After many years of refining my skill, I'm ready to teach others how. This will be a 5 week course, 2 evening classes per week, with a maximum of 5 people per class. We are looking to commence April 7th and places are filling up quickly. Call or email for more information or to register your interest.
    info@yossi.com.au and 03 9939 6262

    Yud Aleph Nissan Farbrengen

    All Men and Bochurim are invited to the 

    Melbourne Community Yud Aleph Nissan Farbrengen

    Tuesday Evening 11 Nissan -23 March 

    8:15 pm in the Werdiger Hall

    Donations can be made here 


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    Property: Accomodation for student

    My price range is $200 to $250 per week; however, I am flexible with the price. My preferred contact is email.

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    Don't miss out on Pearls special!!! (Sponsored)

    Sunday 21 March 2021

    Kosher meals needed

    Kosher keeping woman needed to cook kosher tasty spicy food for a single middle aged man in her own home 
    Must be MACHMIR IN KASHRUT $50 AN HOUR 
    Text 0401 432 326 for more details

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    Lichtenstein Bakery

    Lichtenstein Bakery
    Will be closed this Friday
    Please note


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    Pre Pesach Friday Night Seudas Shabbos

    Friday Night Seudas Shabbos

    Friday night, March 26th following davening in the Shule
    Werdiger Hall

    BOOKINGS CLOSE, MONDAY, MARCH 22ND AT 5PM

    Please visit https://www.trybooking.com/BPUNR to book!
    For prices and further details please click here


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    Get your Modest Clothes @ LOVE2LAYER

    Don't miss out on a new Shell, Dress or Skirt this Pesach :) 
    Get your Modest Clothes @ LOVE2LAYER
    *** Modest Layering & Fashion for girls and women ***
    Open on MONDAY 22 March 7-8pm 
    @46 Balaclava Road 
    (enter from driveway on Sidwell Street)
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    Saturday 20 March 2021

    Pesach utensils kashering Sunday (today)

    @ 53 Ercildoune Street Nth Caulfield
    Tel & WhatsApp: 0413055718

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    Chairs for sale

    Hard to find italian swivel mechanism chairs. Very sturdy $400 for all 8 money to be donated to Ovarian cancer charity
    Pick up only

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    Sar-El & VFI: Jerusalem and Acco

    Tuesday, March 24, 6am
    The legal status of Jerusalem with Gil Regev
    Meeting ID: 920 7359 2942 Passcode: 546097
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    SCHC - 'Out of this World' - A 3 part series on Kaddish, Afterlife & Reincarnation

    South Caulfield Hebrew Congregation -'Out Of The World' -A 3 part series on Kaddish, Afterlife & Reincarnation  
    Join Rabbi Daniel Rabin for a 3 part series entitled "Out of this World". Join for three Tuesday nights from 8-9pm.
    Week 1 - All about Kaddish
    Week 2 - The Afterlife & the Journey of the Soul
    Week 3 - Coming Back - the reincarnation story
    No bookings required - QR Code scan on entry
    South Caulfield Hebrew Congregation, 47 Leopold St, Caulfield South

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    Kashering Evening

    THIS SUNDAY

    The Kollel Menachem Pesach Kashering Service
    Will take place on Sunday March 21 – Nissan 8 5:00-8:00pm
    At the Werdiger Hall Kitchen- 90 Hotham Street, St Kilda East

    Have you sold your Chometz yet? For further details and to sell your Chometz please click here.

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    G & A Krausz shop hours pre-Pesach

    EXTENDED SHOP HOURS FOR PESACH 2021

     

    Sunday 21 March 9am-1pm 

     

    Mon 22 & Tues 23 March 10am-4pm

    Wed 24 & Thur 25  9am-5pm

     

    Friday 26 March 9am - 1pm

     

    Shop reopens Mon 5 April 

    Regular hours10am-2pm

    12 William Street, Balaclava 9527-2427


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    Order Boutique coffee from Coffees Are Us before Pesach!


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    Friday 19 March 2021

    Shabbos Tzetl: Vayikra

    CANDLE LIGHTING 
    6:21pm -  early candle lighting
    7:15pm - Candle Lighting, Friday.
    8:11pm - Havdalah, Saturday.
    These times are for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    Eruv Status: Kosher
    Shabbat Shalom! 



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    Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Parshas Vayikra.
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    PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
    G‑d calls to Moses from the Tent of Meeting, and communicates to him the laws of the korbanot, the animal and meal offerings brought in the Sanctuary. These include:

    • The "ascending offering" (olah) that is wholly raised to G‑d by the fire atop the altar;

    • Five varieties of "meal offering" (minchah) prepared with fine flour, olive oil and frankincense;

    • The "peace offering" (shelamim), whose meat was eaten by the one bringing the offering, after parts are burned on the altar and parts are given to the kohanim (priests);

    • The different types of "sin offering" (chatat) brought to atone for transgressions committed erroneously by the high priest, the entire community, the king or the ordinary Jew;

    • The "guilt offering" (asham) brought by one who has misappropriated property of the Sanctuary, who is in doubt as to whether he transgressed a divine prohibition, or who has committed a "betrayal against G‑d" by swearing falsely to defraud a fellow man.



    HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
    Isaiah 43:21-44:23.

    This week's haftorah starts with a rebuke to the Israelites for abandoning the Temple's sacrificial service. Sacrifices are the dominant topic of the week's Torah reading, too.

    The prophet Isaiah rebukes the Israelites for turning away from G‑d and refraining from offering sacrifices, turning to idolatry instead. G‑d exhorts the people to return to Him, promising to forgive their transgressions, as is His wont.

    The prophet then mentions the futility of serving empty idols which may be crafted by artisans but "neither see nor hear nor do they know…" The haftorah concludes with G‑d's enjoinder to always remember Him and to return to Him.



    SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

    Vayikra (Leviticus 1:1)

    Said Rav Assi: Why do young children begin [the study of Torah] with the book of Leviticus, and not with Genesis? Surely it is because young children are pure, and the korbanot are pure; so let the pure come and engage in the study of the pure.

    (Midrash Rabbah)

    Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch (who later became the third Rebbe of Chabad) entered cheder on the day after Yom Kippur of the year 1792, eleven days after his third birthday. The child's grandfather, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, instructed Reb Avraham the melamed to begin the first lesson with the opening verses of Vayikra.

    Following the lesson, the child asked: "Why is the word vayikra written with a little aleph?"

    For a long while Rabbi Schneur Zalman sat in a deep meditative trance. Then he explained:

    "The first man, Adam, was 'the handiwork of G‑d,' and G‑d attested that his wisdom was greater than that of the angels. Adam was aware of his own greatness, and this awareness caused him to overestimate himself and led to his downfall in the sin of the Tree of Knowledge.

    "Moses, who possessed a soul deriving from chochmah of atzilut (the highest manifestation of Divine wisdom), was also aware of his own greatness. But this did not lead him toward self-aggrandizement. On the contrary, it evoked in him a broken and anguished heart, and made him extremely humble in his own eyes, thinking to himself that if someone else had been blessed with the gifts with which he, Moses, had been blessed, that other person would surely have achieved far more than himself. Thus G‑d testifies in the Torah that 'Moses was the most humble man upon the face of the earth.'

    "In the letters of the Torah, which G‑d gave at Sinai, there are three sizes: intermediate letters, oversized letters and miniature letters. As a rule, the Torah is written with intermediate letters, signifying that a person should strive for the level of 'the intermediate man' (a concept that Rabbi Schneur Zalman puts forth in his Tanya). Adam's name is spelled with an oversize aleph (in I Chronicles 1:1), because his self-awareness led to his downfall. On the other hand, Moses, through his sense of insufficiency, attained the highest level of humility, expressed by the miniature aleph of Vayikra."

    (From the talks of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson)

    https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/73/QSeI730449.pdf



    ZICHRON YAAKOV


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      Thursday 18 March 2021

      Shabbos Tzetl: Vayikra

      CANDLE LIGHTING 
      6:21pm -  early candle lighting
      7:15pm - Candle Lighting, Friday.
      8:11pm - Havdalah, Saturday.
      These times are for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
      Eruv Status: TBA
      Shabbat Shalom! 



      YESHIVA SHULE TIMES
      Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Parshas Vayikra.
      Please click here to view the PDFs of the Weekly Publications distributed in Shule each Shabbos.


      PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
      G‑d calls to Moses from the Tent of Meeting, and communicates to him the laws of the korbanot, the animal and meal offerings brought in the Sanctuary. These include:

      • The "ascending offering" (olah) that is wholly raised to G‑d by the fire atop the altar;

      • Five varieties of "meal offering" (minchah) prepared with fine flour, olive oil and frankincense;

      • The "peace offering" (shelamim), whose meat was eaten by the one bringing the offering, after parts are burned on the altar and parts are given to the kohanim (priests);

      • The different types of "sin offering" (chatat) brought to atone for transgressions committed erroneously by the high priest, the entire community, the king or the ordinary Jew;

      • The "guilt offering" (asham) brought by one who has misappropriated property of the Sanctuary, who is in doubt as to whether he transgressed a divine prohibition, or who has committed a "betrayal against G‑d" by swearing falsely to defraud a fellow man.



      HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
      Isaiah 43:21-44:23.

      This week's haftorah starts with a rebuke to the Israelites for abandoning the Temple's sacrificial service. Sacrifices are the dominant topic of the week's Torah reading, too.

      The prophet Isaiah rebukes the Israelites for turning away from G‑d and refraining from offering sacrifices, turning to idolatry instead. G‑d exhorts the people to return to Him, promising to forgive their transgressions, as is His wont.

      The prophet then mentions the futility of serving empty idols which may be crafted by artisans but "neither see nor hear nor do they know…" The haftorah concludes with G‑d's enjoinder to always remember Him and to return to Him.



      SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

      Vayikra (Leviticus 1:1)

      Said Rav Assi: Why do young children begin [the study of Torah] with the book of Leviticus, and not with Genesis? Surely it is because young children are pure, and the korbanot are pure; so let the pure come and engage in the study of the pure.

      (Midrash Rabbah)

      Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch (who later became the third Rebbe of Chabad) entered cheder on the day after Yom Kippur of the year 1792, eleven days after his third birthday. The child's grandfather, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, instructed Reb Avraham the melamed to begin the first lesson with the opening verses of Vayikra.

      Following the lesson, the child asked: "Why is the word vayikra written with a little aleph?"

      For a long while Rabbi Schneur Zalman sat in a deep meditative trance. Then he explained:

      "The first man, Adam, was 'the handiwork of G‑d,' and G‑d attested that his wisdom was greater than that of the angels. Adam was aware of his own greatness, and this awareness caused him to overestimate himself and led to his downfall in the sin of the Tree of Knowledge.

      "Moses, who possessed a soul deriving from chochmah of atzilut (the highest manifestation of Divine wisdom), was also aware of his own greatness. But this did not lead him toward self-aggrandizement. On the contrary, it evoked in him a broken and anguished heart, and made him extremely humble in his own eyes, thinking to himself that if someone else had been blessed with the gifts with which he, Moses, had been blessed, that other person would surely have achieved far more than himself. Thus G‑d testifies in the Torah that 'Moses was the most humble man upon the face of the earth.'

      "In the letters of the Torah, which G‑d gave at Sinai, there are three sizes: intermediate letters, oversized letters and miniature letters. As a rule, the Torah is written with intermediate letters, signifying that a person should strive for the level of 'the intermediate man' (a concept that Rabbi Schneur Zalman puts forth in his Tanya). Adam's name is spelled with an oversize aleph (in I Chronicles 1:1), because his self-awareness led to his downfall. On the other hand, Moses, through his sense of insufficiency, attained the highest level of humility, expressed by the miniature aleph of Vayikra."

      (From the talks of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson)

      https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/73/QSeI730449.pdf



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