Ki Savo 5780

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Coming and Going

During the Brachos that the Jews received on Har Grizim, the Pasuk says ברוך אתה בבאך וברוך אתה בצאתך (כח, ו). On this Pasuk, Rashi writes שתהא יציאתך מן העולם בלא חטא כביאתך לעולם that a person should leave this world without sin just like he enters the world without sin. The Ohr Hachaim adds that this can be accomplished with the means of Torah as it protects a person from sin.

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