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Tzav - 60 second video sermon

Yesterday I sat my final rabbinical exam in the laws of Jewish mourning, Aveilut. So it felt apt to find something in this week's parasha, Tzav, on the subject. Sadly needed too frequently in these times.

Most of us don't know exactly when a loved one is to leave the world, but I do find comfort in the idea that God, who knows, is sitting vigil for that soul for seven days. What could be an ominous seven day built up to Nadav and Avihu's death takes on a different valance with this idea - it becomes a seven day time when they sit, day and night close to God.


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