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 One would expect a priest to be aloof, especially a High Priest.  We are talking about the Jewish High Priest, who spends almost all his time in the Temple (or the Sanctuary in the desert), a spiritual person whose entire life is devoted to holiness.  Perhaps we might think that he spent his days with other, like minded holy men, as the stereotype goes.  Yet we find that the first High Priest, Aaron, was not aloof at all.  When the Torah describes Aaron’s death in the Parsha we read this week, it states (Bamidbar 20:29):   READ MORE >>>

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