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Why does it say "u'Shmartem

1.

Rashi: "U'Shmartem" refers to learning the issues, and "va'Asisem", to practicing them when the need arises. 1

2.

Moshav Zekenim #1 (from Bava Metzi'a 17a): Learning has precedence over fulfilling Mitzvos. However, fulfilling Mitzvos has precedence over teaching others. 2

3.

Moshav Zekenim #2: Anyone who is not learned cannot do [such] proper deeds. A Bur (crude person) cannot fear sin, and an ignoramus cannot be a Chasid (Avos 2:6).


1

Moshav Zekenim: You should learn with intent to fulfill.

2

This is like Tosfos there; Rashi explains oppositely. (PF)

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