2. Leviticus 19:17 17 You shall not hate in your heart anyone of your kin; you shall reprove your neighbor, or you will incur guilt yourself.
2. What does it mean not to hate another in one’s heart, and why would it be bad to do so? How should we appropriately correct another who may be doing wrong?
3. Leviticus 19:18 18 You must not take revenge nor hold a grudge against any of your people; instead, you must love your neighbor as yourself; I am the Lord.
3. What is involved in bearing a grudge, and what’s wrong with it? What’s wrong with seeking vengeance?
4. (3 Verses)
Leviticus 19:16 16 Do not go around slandering your people. Do not stand by while your neighbor’s blood is shed; I am the Lord.
Leviticus 25:17 17 You must not cheat each other but fear your God because I am the Lord your God.
Leviticus 19:14 14 You must not insult a deaf person or put some obstacle in front of a blind person that would cause them to trip. Instead, fear your God; I am the Lord.
4. What’s the harm in bearing tales about others, and why are we discouraged from doing so? Why and how are we not to wrong another by speech? What does it mean not to curse the deaf, and what’s the wrong in it? What does it mean to put a stumbling block in the way of the blind, and how do we avoid doing so?
5. (2 verses)
Deuteronomy 5:21 21 Do not desire and try to take your neighbor’s wife. Do not crave your neighbor’s house, field, male or female servant, ox, donkey, or anything else that belongs to your neighbor.
Exodus 20:17 17 Do not desire your neighbor’s house. Do not desire and try to take your neighbor’s wife, male or female servant, ox, donkey, or anything else that belongs to your neighbor.
5. What does coveting involve, where can it lead us astray, and why must we be vigilant about what these mitzvot teach?
6. Leviticus 19:32 32 You must rise in the presence of an old person and respect the elderly. You must fear your God; I am the Lord.
6. Why and how do we honor the scholar and the aged?