Ki Tavo 5774

Thursday, September 11, 2014

In the tocha'cha (rebuke), the Torah says a sinner who is engaged to a woman, who builds a house, and grows a vineyard will lose all three. It is interesting to note that these three examples are what exempt a man from participating in war as mentioned two weeks ago. The Chizkuni points out the order there is building a house, growing a vineyard, and then getting engaged; this is the ideal order in life. Here, the man messes up the order and loses it all. The Chizkuni is teaching us the importance of order and structure in life. Disorganization is the antithesis to a growth-oriented individual.


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