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25 Tzav - Rabbi Pinchas Winston - (Leviticus 6.1 -8.:36 Vayikra - Part 3)
 
 
 
 
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Rabbi Pinchas Winston (www.thirtysix.org) talks about the Kabbalistic impact of sacrifices on Creation and world rectification, and how prayer is supposed to continue that process today.
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