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Table of contents:
  • Vol 1.34 - Vayikra : Links-"when a man among you will bring an offering etc" - the offering of man himself examination of defects, Teshuvah(4)
  • Vol 3.30 - Vayikra : Links-The aspect of the Korban Tamid in Avodat HaAdam - constant dedication(10)
  • Vol 7.01 - Vayikra 1 : Rashi: "If a person sins"(8)
  • Vol 7.02 - Vayikra 2 : Links-Rashi: "to its rightful owner". Debate in the words of the Kli Yakar in the reason for the adding a fifth(11)
  • Vol 7.03 - Vayikra 3 : Explanation of the obligation "to become intoxicated on Purim until one does not know"(10)
  • Vol 12.01 - Vayikra 1 : Rashi: "When a man from [[among] you brings a sacrifice"(9)
  • Vol 12.02 - Vayikra 2 : Siyum tractate Menachot (10)
  • Vol 17.01 - Vayikra 1 : Complete-The Alter Rebbe in the reason that the letter "Alef" in the word "Vayikra" is a small alef(8)
  • Vol 17.02 - Vayikra 2 : The reason that the beginning of the section of Korbanot is with the voluntary offerings(7)
  • Vol 17.03 - Vayikra 3 : Complete-Rashi: "Its blood shall be squeezed out(6)
  • Vol 17.04 - Vayikra 4 : Contradiction in Torat Kohanim: "One may offer wood . .Two people do not bring . . wood"(12)
  • Vol 17.05 - Vayikra 5 : Rashi: "If a leader [of Israel] sins"(8)
  • Vol 22.01 - Vayikra 1 : Complete-Children begin [their education] with Torat Kohanim (Vayikra)(6)
  • Vol 22.02 - Vayikra 2 : Links-The offering of wood in Avodat HaAdam(9)
  • Vol 27.01 - Vayikra 1 : Rambam: 'When a person vows to bring a largel, but instead brings a small, he does not fulfill his obligation"(7)
  • Vol 27.02 - Vayikra 2 : The obligation to bring an offering from "the most attractive and highest quality"(8)
  • Vol 27.03 - Vayikra 3 : The differences between the anointed priest's bullock, and the community's bullock of unwitting transgression(8)
  • Vol 32.01 - Vayikra 1 : Links-The boundary of "pleasing fragance to G-d" (Reiach Nichoach)(6)
  • Vol 32.02 - Vayikra 2 : Rambam: "if one set aside a sin-offering for forbidden fat that he ate on the previous day etc"(8)
  • Vol 32.03 - Vayikra 3 : Rambam: "It is possible for sacrificial animals of any type to become intermingled with other sacrificial animals(6)