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Transcript of Kidoshim Tihiyu
Titain Michshol Viraitah Melokecha
To me being holy means..
by Rivki Hook
Dressing properly shows that we treasure
the body Hashem gave us and want to show
Him we thank Him for doing so by acting with
Dressing, acting, speaking, and projecting
ourselves the way we should.
Both in public and in private,
it's important to act in way
that sanctifies Hashem's name
and appeals to others.
We must be careful
with the words come
out of our mouths.
Our words can be harmful.
Our words have an impact
we can not even imagine.
Everything we say must be pure and only for good intentions.
It is important for Bnei Yisrael to be holy because Hasem is too.
"Speak to the entire assembly
of the Children of Israel and say to
them: You shall be holy, for holy am I,
Hasem, your god."
"Dabair el kol adas bnei yisael
viamarta aleihem kidoshim tihiyu
ki kadosh ani hashem alokaichem"
"You must put up
fences against sins,
and sinning itself. in order
to attain holiness, one must
follow the restrictions and
of the Torah."
All the Lo Tasies
and gates against
sins and relationships,
is Rashi's idea.My
opinion is different
from the Rav's.
thinks this talks
about Lo Taseis,
I believe the Passuk
is actually referring
"A naval berishus hatorah"
We must be sure not to
disgrace any of the mitzvot,
even if we merely think that
we are able to commit certain
actions because the Torah
does not out rightly say we
may not. This often occurs
with drinking, relationships,
Even if your friend is going to a party, in which there will be inappropriate behavior, you become holy by rejecting the invite and staying home.
In order to become holy, you
may not say "It doesn't say in
the Torah!" or "But you only said..."
Your friend tells you that she will use Playdoh for a project and not to copy her, and you do the same idea but with modeling clay. She then accuses you of copying and if you wish to be holy, you can not say "But you never said I couldn't use modeling clay; only Playdoh!"
EVERY MAN: YOUR
MOTHER AND YOUR
FATHER SHALL YOU
THE KITZER SHULCHAN AROCH SAYS, ''TZAREICH LAHIZAHAIR BIKAVOD AVIV VIEIMO, UBMORASAM.'' ONE MUST BE CAREFUL
WHEN HONORING HIS PARENTS.
WHEN ONE HONORS THEY HONOR THEIR PARENTS AND WHEN HASHEM IS HONORED, IT'S AS IF
HIS PARENTS ARE BEING HONORED.
What's the difference
When you show fear to your parents, you
do not certain actions. Including:
Yistor Es Dvarav
Contradicting Their Words
Yaamod... Mkom Hamiyuchad Lo Lihispallail
Standing in Their Davening Place
syaishev Bamakom Hamiyuchad Lo Lhusaiv Bibaito
Sitting in Their Seat at Home
Respect is more of doing something
out of love and awe than fear.
One must do so with a
happy face and eager
What's the Smichot Parshiot between Shabbot and Yirat Av Viaim?
"Al Tifnu El Haelilim Vialohei Maseicha Lo Taasu Lachem Ani Hashem Elochaichem"
In this passuk, Hashem
tells Beni Yisrael that it is forbidden to carve or turn to a creation of worship.
"Do not turn to idols,
and gods shall you not
make for yourselves-I am
Hashem, your God."
You can not serve them,
in any way.
You can not believe the idols have any purpose.
You can have a collection of objects such as key chains, but once it becomes an unhealthy addiction, it is considered Avodah Zarah.
Lo Tignovu Vilo Tichachashu Vilo Tishakru Eish Biamito
Do not steal,
deny, or lie.
You shall not steal,you shall not deny falsely, and you not lie, one man to his fellow.
Passuk Yud Alef
What's the difference?
Passuk Yud Beit
Vilo Tishuvu Bishmi Lisheker Vichilalta
Et Shaim Elokecha Ani Hasem
You shall not swear falsely by My name, thereby desecrating the Name of your God- I am Hashem.
One is forbidden to swear in Hashem's name in false circumstances because he might digrace G-d's name.
Women and Men
We can not use Hashem's 42 letter name and His other names in swearing falsely.
Lo Taaosk Et
Raiecha Vilo Tigzol
Lo Tulin Piulat Suchir
Itcha Ad Boker
You shall not
cheat your fellow
and you shall not rob;
payment for the work
of a hired worker shall
not stay overnight with
you until morning.
Do not cheat, steal, or withhold pay of a worker.
Lo Taasok Et Raiecha
Passuk Yud Daled
You should not curse a deaf person,
place a stumbling block before a blind
person and you shall have fear of your
God- I am Hashem
Lo Tikalail Chairesh
you are here
he is here
ViLifnay Ivair Lo Titain Michsho
Sell it! Buy
Passuk Tet Vav
Lo Taasu Avel Bamishput Lo Tisa Pinay Dal Vilo
Tehdar Pinay Gadol Bitzedek Tishpot Amitecha
You may may not make a misjudgement in judging:
do not lift a poor man or glorify a great man. Judge everyone favorably.
Tisa Pnay Dal
Vilo Tehdar Pnay Gadol
Bitzedek Tishpot Amitecha
Viyaraita Maielokecha Ani Hashem
I meant it for good!
No I didn't!
Lo Tailaich Rachiel Biamecha Lo Taamod Al Dam Raiecha Al
Dam Raiecha Ani Hashem
You may not go around being a gossiper and you may not stand on your friend's blood- I am Hashem
Pussak Yud Ziyin
Lo Tisna Achicha
Tochiach Et Amitecha Vilo
Tissa Alav Chait
Do not hate in your
heart; rebuke your friend,
so he won't carry a sin.
You must rebuke a friend in order so that you don't hate them in your heart and they don't have a sin and you don't have one either.
I want you
Passuk Yud Chet
Lo Tikom Vilo Titor
Et Bnei Amecha Viahavta Liraiecha Kemocha Ani Hashem
You may not take revenge or hold a grudge; love your friend like yourself
Can I borrow
No, becuase you
wouldn't let me
Can I use your
Can I have
Do you have
a pencil I can
You should want for your friend what you want for yourself.
Hope my BFF
NOW, WHAT DOES