Monday, December 12, 2005

DAILY MITZVAH (Maimonides): Tuesday, December 13, 2005


Kislev 12, 5766 * December 13, 2005

D A I L Y M I T Z V A H (M A I M O N I D E S )

Today's Mitzvot (Day 102 of 339):

Positive Mitzvah 147

Positive Mitzvah 147: Covering the Blood of a Slaughtered Wild Animal
or Bird

-Leviticus 17:13 "And he shall pour out its blood, and cover it with

The Torah permits us to slaughter a kosher animal in order to
derive nourishment from the animal.

Nevertheless, its life force, its blood, must be respected and
treated with dignity.

Thus, the Torah commands us to cover up the blood which is
spilled when we slaughter fowl or kosher animals from the wild.


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