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Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Etzion
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DAILY MITZVAH (Maimonides): Friday, February 7, 2014

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Adar I 7, 5774 · February 7, 2014
Today’s Mitzvah
A daily digest of Maimonides’ classic work “Sefer Hamitzvot”

Positive Commandment 17
The King’s Torah Scroll

“And it shall be, when [the king] sits upon the throne of his kingdom, and he shall write for himself a copy of this Torah”—Deuteronomy 17:18.

A Jewish king is required to write (or acquire) for himself a Torah Scroll—from which he does not part all the days of his reign.

This scroll is in addition to the scroll he already wrote (or acquired) for himself before he ascended the throne (pursuant to Positive Commandment 18).

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Want even more? These mitzvot are discussed at length in today’s three-chapter Maimonides study regimen.

TODAY IN JUDAISM: Friday, February 7, 2014

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Today is: Friday, Adar I 7, 5774 · February 7, 2014
Today’s Laws & Customs

• Sanctification of the Moon

Once a month, as the moon waxes in the sky, we recite a special blessing calledKiddush Levanah, “the sanctification of the moon,” praising the Creator for His wondrous work we call astronomy.

Kiddush Levanah is recited after nightfall, usually on Saturday night. The blessing is concluded with songs and dancing, because our nation is likened to the moon—as it waxes and wanes, so have we throughout history. When we bless the moon, we renew our trust that very soon, the light of G‑d’s presence will fill all the earth and our people will be redeemed from exile.

Though Kiddush Levanah can be recited as early as three days after the moon’s rebirth, the kabbalah tells us it is best to wait a full week, till the seventh of the month. Once 15 days have passed, the moon begins to wane once more and the season for saying the blessing has passed.

Links:

Brief Guide to Kiddush Levanah: Thank G‑d for the Moon!
More articles on Kiddush Levanah from our knowledgebase.

Today in Jewish History

• Moses’ Birth & Passing (1393 and 1273 BCE)

Moses was born in Egypt on the 7th of Adar of the year 2368 from creation (1393 BCE). According to one opinion, the year of Moses’ birth was a “leap year“, and he was born in the first Adar.

Moses passed away on his 120th birthday — Adar 7, 2488 (1273 BCE)

Links:
A brief biography
The Birth of a Leader
The Head
Moses Disappears
More on Moses

Daily Quote
For a mitzvah is a lamp, and Torah, light

– Proverbs 6:23

Daily Study

Chitas and Rambam for today:

Chumash: Tetzaveh, 6th Portion Exodus 29:38-29:46 with Rashi
• English / Hebrew Linear Translation | Video Class

Tehillim: Chapters 39 – 43
• Hebrew text
• English text

Tanya: Likutei Amarim, end of Chapter 27
• English Text: Lessons in Tanya
• Hebrew Text
• Audio Class: Listen | Download
• Video Class

Rambam:
• Sefer Hamitzvos:
English Text | Hebrew Text |  Audio: Listen | Download | Video Class
• 1 Chapter: Kelim Chapter 22
English Text | Hebrew Text |  Audio: Listen | Download | Video Class
• 3 Chapters: Tefillin, Mezuzah, v’Sefer Torah Chapter Eight, Tefillin, Mezuzah, v’Sefer Torah Chapter Nine, Tefillin, Mezuzah, v’Sefer Torah Chapter Ten
English Text | Hebrew Text |  Audio: Listen | Download

Hayom Yom:
• English Text | Video Class

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