Within the Torah we find many places where God commands us 'to walk His way(s).' What does 'to walk' mean? And what is His way?
some examples of walking:
It is written: walk in that which is engraved (vayikra 26:3)
It is said: to walk in Torah (Tehillim 119:1, Nechemyah 10:30)
It is written: to to walk in them (chukot v'mishpatim, vayikra 18:4)
To walk in the mitzvot (1 malachim 6:12)
To walk as our fathers did (shoftim 2:22)
To walk after God (2 malachim 23:3)
To walk before His presence (1 malachim 8:25)
examples of way:
way of His mitzvot (tehillim 119:32)
derech of his chukot (tehillim 119:33)
derech mishpat (devarim 32:4)
The way is tamim (tehillim 18:30), Torah is tamim (tehillim 19:7), we should walk tamim like Avraham (bereshit 17:1 & tehillim 86:11).
I can't literally walk as HaShem does, so what is it He's asking for? Is way a methapor or synonym for His Word(s) which of course we know as Torah and exist of mitzvot, chukot and mishpatim and other spoken ways (life rules, goals, settings, characteristics, teachings) of HaShem? What do the rabbis teach us?