Everyone can take part in Mivtza Torah! Hei Iyar, 5774
As the aforementioned ma'amar explains, we give expression to the war against Amalek by removing the refidim and giving chizuk to Jews who engage in public Torah study. In particular, we can set this inyan in motion by taking part in Mivtza Torah.
Not every one of us was blessed with the talent and ability to teach Torah publicly-for instance, teaching public shiurim. Even when it comes to people who have these gifts, there is no guarantee that the public will actually come to learn, hear, and participate in their shiurim so that the learning will in fact be public.
This is the greatness of Mivtza Torah. We connect with other Jews, talk to them, and inspire them to take part in scheduling public itim la-Torah-set times to lean Torah, publicly. By just starting to connect with that other Jew, by encouraging him to schedule itim la-Torah, even before we try to accomplish any other inyanim, we achieve a connection to public Torah study. This is because that other Jew was previously part of the public domain, detached from the private domain, not through any fault of his own, but because he was a tinok she-nishba, he lacked a Torah background. By encouraging this Jew who was part of the public domain to learn Torah, we achieve the inyan of public Torah study.
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