Aharon was Moshe Rabbeinu’s brother and served as the High Priest in the Desert Tabernacle.
What was Aharon’s greatest mistake and what should he have done differently? How was
Aharon partially responsible for the death of his two older sons? What made Aharon such a
great marriage counselor and how can that information help us today? These and many more
questions discussed in Rav Ginsburgh’s live broadcast for the month of August.
The Rambam was looking forward to the future when we would no longer be in exile and living in Eretz Israel, (may it be soon and in our day) and we would no longer need the local minhagim of our Hakhamim and bet din to keep us unified in the exile as a family unit (Klal Israel), but as a nation gathered together, with Shoftim as in the days of old. Bound by the minhagim of Eretz Israel and the great Sanhedrin.
This is the reason the Rambam did not focus on customs in his approach to his Halachah and writings. The Rambam was both living in the future and anticipating our Kibbutz Galiot.
If one is truly interested in learning then one must first submit himself or herself to Judah the “LAWGIVER” otherwise, One, is a law unto himself. Judah – The Lawgiver of God Hebrew: Mechoqeck
There are rules to interpreting the Tanach handed down to us from Moshe Rabbeinu has part of the Torah. One can not on his own interpret the Torah without knowing Hebrew because the Torah is only the notes of those who stood at Sinai for the Lecture.