Despite their focus on life, priests are permitted to attend to their closest relatives in death.
Rabbinic interpreters regarded leprosy as punishment for the sin of careless speech.
The emphasis on the priestly clothes teaches us the importance of bringing honor and splendor to God and the commandments.
The fundraising campaign to build the Mishkan (Tabernacle) teaches us that in true Tzedakah, the giver benefits as much as the taker.
The divine name that God tells Moses at the burning bush expresses the different and evolving relationship that God has with every individual.