Tazria-Metzora 5775

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

These two parshiyos describe the illness known as Tzara'as, loosely translated at leprosy. A person inflicted with Tzara'as is called a Tzarua. This is made up of two words: "motzi rah," it brings out a person's bad actions. Tzara'as reveals the inner rotting of a person's soul. What sins does a person do that causes him/her to be inflicted? The Kli Yakar brings down three sins that the parsha hints to: haughtiness, greed, and lashon harah. The "s'eis" represents haughtiness, the "sapachas" represents greed, and the "baheres" represents lashon harah.


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