?Metal pieces can teach Torah
While we hike, we can walk a long way for a very long time without feeling any difficulty We think we should feel the same when learning Torah
When we look at the carrying of the Ark of the Covenant, we can see a special miracle – ‘The Ark carried its bearers' (Sotah 35a). the meaning is that even when it looked like the kohanim are carrying the Ark, it was actually the Ark itself carrying them, and they didn't feel its weight. Sometimes we can feel this feeling when we're hiking, we can hike for a long time, but still enjoy the hike, and not feel the difficulty. The ‘Ben Ish Hai' (Rabbi Yosef Haim of Bagdad), explains that God made this miracle of the Ark, to imply us that we should feel this way when we learn Torah – we shouldn't feel that the Torah is difficult and burdensome, we should feel it's joyful and pleasuring.
Today, we can see this principle in the server farm, a few metal pieces can provide Torah study, halachot and answers to nearly 90,000 people during Tisha B'Av. There's no need in complex logistics, huge halls, and handling, to provide Torah studies to nearly half a million people each month.
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