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Rambam - Sefer HaMitzvos
As Divided for The Daily Learning Schedule

Rambam's Introduction to the SEFER HAMITZVOT
Principles 10 - 14
(From the Introduction to Study Schedule by Sichos in English)


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The 10th Principle

Do not count the act which precedes the Mitzvah as a Mitzvah.

The 11th Principle

If one Mitzvah includes a number of elements do not count them separately.

The 12th Principle

When commanded to do a certain action, do not count each part of the action separately.

The 13th Principle

Although a certain Mitzvah is performed for a number of days, this does not affect the number of Mitzvot

The 14th Principle

How one counts the modes of punishment as positive Mitzvot.


Animals do not gaze at the stars and angels are confined to the realm of the spirit, but Man is G-d's bridge between heaven and earth.

Our bodies are formed from the dust, our souls are of the essence of G-d. We alone can look at a physical world and see spiritual life and beauty. We who are beyond both heaven and earth, form and matter, spirit and body -- we alone can fuse the two.

From: Bringing Heaven Down to Earth by Tzvi Freeman - tzvif@aol.com


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