What is the concept of loving one’s neighbor? How does it differ from ‘not doing to others what one would not want done to oneself?’ Why does Hashem end the command by saying, ‘I am Hashem?’ What aspects of this mitzvah make sense emotionally and intellectually, and what aspects are harder to work on? How does one indeed develop the loftier goal of loving one’s fellow? What is the concept of the ‘book of generations’ that Hashem showed Adam Harishon? What is the idea of man being created in the image of Hashem, in this context?
Find out in this week’s Parsha Podcast.
Running time: 23:46