In the article Vav( Rav Gottlieb’s edition art.6) Rabash again explains us the correlation between the Mitzva” Love your neughbour as yourself” and says that Rabbi Akkiva called this Mitzva a very important general principle and Rabash says that it sounds as if all the rest of the Mitzvot are more privite, specific ones. Rabash says that it sounds that those more privite Mitzvot are included in this most important one, and if you perform the Mitzva “Love your neughbour as yourself”, then you needn’t bother yourself to perform those more specific ones. But, says Rabash, we read in Torah that it is written “What do I ask from My people?-just to Awe Me”. And Rabash concludes that the main demand towards a person is to feel the Awe towards the Creator, and all the Torah and the rest of the Mitzvot are included in it, and even the mitzva” Love your neughbour as yourself” is included in Mitzva of Awe.
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