Tetzaveh 5781 – Actualizing the Potential of a Soul’s Mission

Posted by Yiscah Smith on February 23, 2021
Topics: Torah, Pardes from Jerusalem, Shemot (Exodus), Tetzaveh

Why is this the only parasha from the beginning of Exodus until the end of Deuteronomy in which we find HaShem speaking to Moshe, but we do not find Moshe Rabbeinu’s name in it? HaShem speaks to Moshe throughout the parasha in the second person – “you.” Might this be related to the soul connection between Noach and Moshe? What is that spiritual connection between these two righteous people?

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