Updated: Jul 4, 2019
Create light in your life by approaching to others with your own special gifts and talents you received from God. This is your duty when practicing spiritual growth in accordance to Torah teachings.
"The Lord spoke to Moses, saying: Speak to Aaron and say to him: "When you light the lamps, the seven lamps shall cast their light toward the face of the menorah." Rabbeinu Behaye said that this verse points to the eternity of the This command that has been given to Aaron. While the word 'speak' in this verse is referring to the specific hour on which its been said, the word say is referring to generations to come. This position on which Aaron - the high priest is lighting the lamp is an ongoing order from Hashem to keep the practice whether in the Mishkan when they are in the desert, but also onward when they will come to the Holy land and will build the Temple in Jerusalem. And even more so, in there day to day life as workers of Hashem in generations to come.
“The seven candles of the Menorah are seven different ways exists in Israel to work Hashem”
According to the Miloubavitch Rebe and the Baal Shem Tov, the seven candles of the Menorah are seven different ways exists in Israel to work Hashem. Some are working from the Chesed (kindness) caricaturists, others from the Gevura (trength) or the Tiferet (beauty) and so forth. While all candles are even in their ability t o give light, the differences between them is that each one gives light in his own talent or divine gift he / she has been given. The candles are the Neshamot of Knesset Israel, and while the goal is the same - to give light, each of us received a different way to do it. Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi said the merciful Aaron loved all people and was bringing them closer to the Torah, it was not only his goal but also his way and mean to get this goalm and we all should learn from him. The role of Aaron as the high priest is in wach and every one of us. We all need to make the discovery of the soul of every Jew until it is startling a flame by itself. It is our duty to love every person and bring him or her closer to the Torah.
Find your Talent and light others with it
each and every one of us has a special role, forces or talents he / she have been given, and therefor it is his / her duty to act and react in accordance to it when it comes to others. We have the duty to do so precisely when in the degree of high priest, this is a mission each of us must pursue.