There are sources that say that there are many more mitzvos than 613, and only some are counted. My question (or chakira) is, is there any difference between the ones that are counted and the ones that aren't? לגבי us, is it all the same and we simply don't know the reasons why some are counted and some are not?
Or, is it למשל like a tree, with 613 main branches, and the rest are offshoots of those branches, so the ones that are counted get a higher priority.
If anyone knows any sources on this, or if you have a possible nafka mina in my chakira, please let me know.
edit - I am primarily looking for nafka mina's in the two tzdadim of my question. Therefore I am not sure if the question marked as similar will help me. I am also looking for sources one way or the other, for this that question may help, I need to be מעיין in it more.
edit 2 - I have seen the questions that are similar, but I am still not satisfied, I don't think they answer my question.
(I was thinking that there might be a nafka mina for arvus (I have seen that there are achronim that discuss this about mitzvos that aren't counted), if the ones that are counted get higher priority than perhaps it is possible to say that arvus only applies to them, so as to be sure to keep the main 'tree' alive and well.)