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Each word of Rashi = a piece ofworth gold

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Rashi is essential for every Torah study and his peirush surely has motivated many to seek the secrets of hebrew text. I recall heard many times that, after it was written (in times with no printing press), Rashi's commentary was so treasured that "every and each one of his words worth a piece of gold".

I was wondering if this was just a saying to express how we value his commentary or if there is an actual expression saying these words in the books. If the later, where is it found?

Rashi is essential for every Torah study and his peirush surely has motivated many to seek the secrets of hebrew text. I recall heard many times that, after it was written, Rashi's commentary was so treasured that "every and each one of his words worth a piece of gold".

I was wondering if this was just a saying to express how we value his commentary or if there is an actual expression saying these words in the books. If the later, where is it found?

Rashi is essential for every Torah study and his peirush surely has motivated many to seek the secrets of hebrew text. I recall heard many times that, after it was written (in times with no printing press), Rashi's commentary was so treasured that "every and each one of his words worth a piece of gold".

I was wondering if this was just a saying to express how we value his commentary or if there is an actual expression saying these words in the books. If the later, where is it found?

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