You shall not steal. What does that have to do with charity? Abraham ibn Ezra suggests one can be a silent thief, robbing us of justice.
In discussing the proper ritual of animal sacrifice, the Torah emphasizes one should not consume blood, because blood is life. Ibn Ezra offers an image.
In Parshat Tazria, we explore grammar-inspired word play. It is better than studying leprosy, trust me. And maybe, it has a profound significance to ponder.
Twice in the opening chapters of Leviticus, the text refers to a human being as a nefesh. Ibn Ezra brings out different nuances of what it means.
Rashbam’s comments often borrow language from other parts of the Tanakh, weaving together different parts of the tradition. Does he have a favorite pasuk?