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1)

What does "li'Retzonchem Tizbachu" mean?

1.

Rashi #1: It means that one should slaughter the Korban Todah with the correct intention - that he will eat it within the one-day time frame prescribed by the Torah in the following Pasuk. 1

2.

Rashi #2: Refer also to Kedoshim, 19:5:2:2*.


1

Rashi: Since the Torah has already issued the prohibition against eating a Todah after one day (Nosar), in 7:15.

2)

Having already taught the law of Pigul (in 7:18 and in 19:5), why does the Torah see fit to repeat it here?

1.

Rashi and Seforno (in Pasuk 25): Whereas on the previous occasions, it was referring to a Shelamim, which may be eaten for two days, here, it is teaching us here that the same applies to a Todah, which can only be eaten for one day. 1


1

Refer also to 19:5:1:1*.

3)

What is the reason for the Lav of Pigul?

1.

Seforno: Because Hashem, who is perfect, 1 gives time-limits that are perfect, and do not allow for additions or subtractions. 2


1

Which explains why the Pasuk concludes "Ani Hashem!"

2

See also Ba'al ha'Turim on Pasuk 30.

4)

Why was this taught here?

1.

Ibn Ezra, Moshav Zekenim: It is because Todah is eaten for one day, similar to the Isur of Shechitah of mother and child in one day. 1


1

There is a distinction - regarding Todah, 'day' includes the following night. Regarding Oso v'Es Beno, the night is like the following day. (PF)

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