It all depends on our preparation
Parasha Emor (Vaykra-Leviticus 21,1 - 24, 23)
Counting the Omer helps us prepare for Shavuot, by counting each day until we reach the holiday with alleles and with a desire to receive our Torah.
"They will count 50 days until the day after the seventh Shabbat and then they will bring a vegetable offering of new grain for the Creator" (Vaykra-Leviticus 23,16)
It is known that the wisdom of the sacred Torah is different from the rest of the wisdoms, which do not require any preparation prior to study. If the person really wants to acquire it and for the Torah to change his essence, to purify and sanctify him, then it is necessary to prepare for it, purifying and liberating himself
of everything that could disturb him in his service to the Creator, so that his body can become a worthy container and the Torah can remain in it.
A person must be willing to surrender his soul and give in to the rest of worldly affairs in order to study Torah and fulfill its mitzvot (precepts). That is why the Torah was given in the desert, a secluded place, to teach us that if we want to acquire the Torah it is necessary to get away from everything mundane.
According to the level of the preparations, so is the level of acquisition of the Torah. For example, if someone is served water in the glass that he is holding in his hand, holding the glass upside down will barely contain a few drops of water at the base of the glass. If he tilts it a little, he can get some water inside it. But if he holds the glass straight, mouth up, the glass will fill with water. This is also the case with the holiday of Shavuot "The Giving of the Torah": according to the preparations that are carried out for the time of the giving of the Torah, this will be the Torah that you will receive.
The fundamental preparations are the correction of personal qualities and improving the relationship with our neighbor. It is necessary to get rid of bad qualities, such as pride and anger, revenge and resentment, and acquire righteous qualities. Because otherwise, the Torah cannot reside in that person.
As our Sages said (Avot 6: 6) There are forty-eight ways to acquire the Torah, and a large part of them are good qualities and relationship with our neighbor. These are the basic conditions to be able to receive the Torah. When this is lacking, the Torah cannot take root within us!
Dedicated for the prompt healing of all the sick of Am Israel and the entire world, and for the success of all those who are dedicated to spreading Emuna in the Creator and all those in need.
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