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It's called שערי צבי - "Shaarey Tzvi" written by Rav Tzvi Rotter shlit"a (he is the son of the Shaaray Aharon). The book can be found here and can be partially viewed here. Hat tip to sam regarding another book with the same premise, ילקוט מלכו של עולם - "Yalkut Malko Shel Olam", information about it can be found here.


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Summary Rashi is looking to explain why the continued repetition despite the lack of variation each time together with the idea that a single tribe gave the idea. He explains this by saying each tribe had a different intention, but that each individual tribal intention is related to the general intention established by the tribe that gave the idea. Longer ...


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Rabbi Nebenzahl mentions this: על כל התהליך הזה אפשר למשול משל: שידוך בין איש לאישה. חודש אלול מסמל את תקופת השידוך הראשונה בה מכירים אחד את השני. ראש השנה הוא יום הקידושין בו הקב"ה מקדש את כנסת ישראל וכנסת ישראל מכריזה עליו למלך. יום כיפור הוא יום הנישואין, " 'יום חתונתו' זה מתן תורה" (תענית כו:) יום בו ניתנו למשה רבנו הלוחות האחרונות. השמחה הגדולה ...


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This article by Rav Yona Ziskind says: Rav Shimshon Pincus writes that the sholosh regolim (the three festivals), Pesach, Shavuos and Succos, are the developmental stages of the Jewish nation. Pesach is the birth of the nation, Shavuos is the bar-mitzvah of the nation and Succos is the chasunah (marriage) of the nation. I have not yet located ...


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Rashi says that Rav Yosef would give a Drasha before Musaf on Shabbos. Apparently when people weren't eating, or weren't eating much anyway. From Rashi it sounds like they would finish Shachris and Krias HaTorah, go to the Beis Medrash to hear the drasha, and then go to the Beis HaKenesses to daven Musaf. Regarding saying the Drasha after Krias HaTorah ...



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