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I think you’ll appreciate this. https://anchor.fm/misfit-torah/episodes/Is-Creativity-Possible-in-a-Religious-Tradition--The-Paradigm-Busting-Rashbam-e1np8l


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In addition to Avigayil Rock's book mentioned previously, the series Masters of the Word (currently two volumes) by Yonatan Kolatch matches what you are looking for.


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If you read Hebrew, check out this book. https://korenpub.com/products/parshanei-hamikra It's an amazing resource.


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I'll suggest some myself, based on various parts of the story: Parnassah comes from Hashem. Even if you work harder, you won't make more than Hashem allots to you. [Not, say, Everyone gets exactly the same amount.] It doesn't help to work on Shabbos. We are supposed to be satisfied with what we need. Enjoyment doesn't come from the taste, but from our ...


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There are a few things that the story of the manna teaches me personally: The Gemara teaches not to worry about what will happen tomorrow (Yevamot 63b): Do not suffer from tomorrow’s trouble, that is, do not worry about problems that might arise in the future, as you do not know what a day will bring. Therefore, R. Eliezer Hamodai says (Mekhilta d'Rabbi ...


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