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V’shamru (Adi Ran)

V’shamru (Adi Ran)

These are two of the most well-known pesukim in the Torah. They are recited Friday nights before Shmoneh Esrei and they are also the opening verses of the Shabbos morning Kiddush. Over the centuries, beautiful niggunim aplenty have been composed to express the grandeur of these verses. But before we introduce our chosen tune for today’s post, let’s approach its lyrics with yet even more perspective.

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Truma (Eitan Katz)

Truma (Eitan Katz)

The pasuk here is intimating the purpose of the upcoming instruction, so that we first understand that more important than the gold and silver is the dedication of our hearts to Hashem. Thereby wholeheartedly giving away their valuable possessions, the Yidden proclaimed, in essence, that they realized that the sole purpose of having these riches and resources is to serve Hashem.

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Rotzoh (Dedi)

Rotzoh (Dedi)

Hashem, in His great love for the Jewish people, has given them 248 dos and 365 don’ts in order for them to reach the levels of greatness that they were created to achieve, and to merit the ultimate reward, ‘דביקות בה – closeness to their loving Father in heaven.

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