In a new Dvar Torah, Ellen Dannin writes about the multiple deep meanings relating to the garb of the High Priest explained in such detail in this weeks Torah portion, Teztaveh. An Excerpt:
They are holy clothes, and they reflect many meanings of kavod, a word that means weightiness, dignity, and honor—and whose root is related to the word for a part of the body—the liver, the heaviest organ in the body. Every detail of these clothes is resonant with that complexity of meaning.
Read Ellen Dannin's dvar-Torah for Tetzaveh.