Tzav – Get Rid of Negative Thinking

Tzav – Get Rid of Negative Thinking

In the first section of this week’s Parsha, Tzav, the Kohen is instructed that the western candle of the candelabrum should always burn and not extinguish. The Hebrew of ‘not extinguish’ is Lo Tichbeh. A deeper retranslation of Lo Tichbeh, could be, “extinguish the Lo” – get rid of the ‘no’, the negativity. Meaning, negative

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Tzav – Stop Saying No!

Tzav – Stop Saying No!

Have you noticed how some people seem to be pessimists, negatively inclined and always saying “no, it can’t be done”, or “no, you are wrong”, and “no, I am not capable of succeeding”? Well there is an interesting insight from this week’s Parsha about such people. In this week’s opening section of Parshat Tzav there

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Tzav- Be Passionate About Making the World a Better Place

Tzav- Be Passionate About Making the World a Better Place

On the outer altar of the Temple was a fire that never extinguished. This represents the fire within each of us – our emotions. We should grow our feelings into passionate forces for good, transforming the world and undoing the negative predispositions that abound today. Be passionate and make the world a better place.

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