In other words, the Torah is an expression of the Way that we must follow in order to live a divine-like life and to bond in the highest way possible with God or Being Itself.
The Chasam Sofer answers that one of only prohibited from wearing a garment that contains shatnez if he does so while wearing the garment for pleasure purposes.
The avodah (service) of the kohen gadol is vital and highly sensitive; the world’s very existence depends on it.
This was a spontaneous act of rest after the miracle of vanquishing their respective foes. The following year they celebrated on the same days as a minhag.
In holy places it's important to maintain a level of silence permitting people to dialogue with God
How the 3 partitions of the mishkan each relate to a layer of creation, aiding our connection to God
What about the Temple service required God to intervene commanding Aaron what he needed to wear?
An open miracle occurred before our very eyes… the scheduled demonstration turned into a resounding celebration.
The keruvim, or cherubs, appear in the tabernacle in three different places. What is their meaning?
While it may appear that man is in charge, Hashem orchestrates every activity on the planet
Man feels vulnerable, exposed, even when he considers himself a great being.
The Aruch Laner asks: How can Rashi say that the third Beis Hamikdash will descend as fire from heaven when every Jew prays several times a day for the rebuilding of the Beis Hamikdash?
The notion of duality is paradoxically a very important part of God’s unity.
The Torah presents us with a model of how to effect change in a sustainable way.
Just having basic emunah during these times of great spiritual challenges is inestimable in Hashem's eyes.
The month of Adar is the month of joy. It’s the time when we reaccepted the Torah.
Hashem placed Esther in the right setting at the right time.
Judaism's moral law, intended to give meaning to life, is violated most when the weak are abused
Hashem placed this world at man’s disposal. In a real sense, man is the steward of Creation.
Perhaps Hillel based his opinion on the original conversion that took place at Mount Sinai and described in Mishpatim.