What biblical positive mitzvot do we perform often (daily or almost daily)?
I am asking about physical actions we take rather than thoughts such as:
"You shall love a convert", Devarim 10:19
"Love your neighbor as yourself", Lev: 19:18
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The Chafetz Chayim wrote ספר המצות הקצר, which lists all the mitzvos applicable nowadays, excluding (as he says in the intro, with my translation) "those practiced in Israel but not outside the land... those practiced only at the time the Temple stands... those connected to holiness and purity... those practiced by s'muchim courts". Among the mitzvos he lists are 77 "do it!" (positive) ones. Some of those are thought-based, like loving a convert (#61), which you say you don't want; others are done far from daily by most people, like circumcising one's son (#47), celebrating holidays (#21), affixing a m'zuza (#12), marrying via kidushin (#44), slaughtering an animal if you're going to eat from it (#48), or apportioning an estate (#73), which you also say you don't want. The remaining ones are:
Just two dozen.
(In an effort to include only those that are or can easily be done on pretty much a daily basis by most Jews, I necessarily made some judgement calls, and there was no science behind them. For example, I included returning collateral but excluded sending away a mother bird, and you may disagree with either (or both!) of those decisions. In general, I tended to include such mitzvos — so you're more likely to disagree with my decision to include something on the list than with my decision to exclude something from it.)
We obviously have Tefillin, Tzitzis, Tzedaka, and many others...
See Beur Halacha 1:Hu Klal Gadol Batorah... For the 6 "constant mitzvos". 1. Believe in one G-d 2. Not to believe in any others 3. To unify Him 4. To love Him 5. To fear Him 6. Not to stray after one's thoughts and sights.
These come to mind:
kibbud av v'am
Are there more?
To listen to the Rabbis