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Table of contents:
  • Vol 1.31 - Tisa : "G-d took a type of coin of fire from beneath His throne on glory and showed it Moshe" (10)
  • Vol 3.27 - Tisa : Explanation of the Mitzvah of the half-shekel, a "coin of fire" (8)
  • Vol 6.21 - Tisa 1 : Complete-"You may not wash in a laver which does not contain sufficient [water] for the sanctification of four priests" (5)
  • Vol 6.22 - Tisa 2 : Rashi: "You shall not cook a kid in its mother's milk." (9)
  • Vol 11.18 - Tisa 1 : Rashi: "fashioned it with an engraving tool" How Aaron shaped the form of the Calf (14)
  • Vol 11.19 - Tisa 2 : Complete-Rashi : "And Moshe hastened, bowed his head to the ground and prostrated himself" (5)
  • Vol 16.43 - Tisa 1 : Rashi: "G-d showed him the likeness of a coin made of fire etc and said to him, "Like this shall they give" (13)
  • Vol 16.44 - Tisa 2 : Rashi: "one hin". In Talmud which takes precedent - present or future (8)
  • Vol 16.45 - Tisa 3 : Complete-Rashi: "Why should Your anger be kindled against Your people". The difference between the punishments (6)
  • Vol 16.46 - Tisa 4 : Complete-Rashi: "You and the people" - The difference between the Erev Rav and the rest of Bnei Yisroel in the Sin of the Calf (9)
  • Vol 21.28 - Tisa 1 : Rashi: "When they enter the Tent of Meeting" (9)
  • Vol 21.29 - Tisa 2 : The difference between the two comments of Rashi concerning the six [Canaanite] nations (9)
  • Vol 21.30 - Tisa 3 : Complete-Rashi: "and you will see My back" And Zohar concerning the making of knots as a remembrance (6)
  • Vol 26.28 - Tisa 1 : "G-d showed him the likeness of a coin etc and said to him, "Like this shall they give" (9)
  • Vol 26.29 - Tisa 2 : Rashi: "Anoint with it" - Anointings were done in the form of the Kaf Yavonit (10)
  • Vol 26.30 - Tisa 3 : Complete-The breaking of the Tablets brought the "double salvation" of the Second Tablets (6)
  • Vol 31.28 - Tisa 1 : Complete-Rambam: Before the Morning Prayer, one should "wash his face, hands, and feet", like a kohen (7)
  • Vol 31.29 - Tisa 2 : The reason that they did not enact a blessing on spices at the end of Shabbat that is a Yom Tov (9)
  • Vol 36.29 - Tisa 1 : Complete-One should never break away from custom. For behold, Moses ascended on High and ate no bread (7)
  • Vol 36.30 - Tisa 2 : Explanation of Likkutei Levi Yitzchak on Zohar that the obligation to attribute a saying to the original author (5)