Leviticus, the third book of the Bible, provides the key tenet of Kabbalah: Love thy neighbor as thyself. It also sets out rules about dietary restrictions, sacrificial offerings, cleanliness, disease, certain behaviors, and more. Kabbalah reveals the code behind these regulations, explains what they really mean, and makes their relevance to modern life both clear and compelling. For instance, sacrifice is not about killing animals, but about facing and overcoming obstacles. This new rendition of Leviticus is the third book of the Kabbalistic Bible, which forms a bridge between the Zohar, the sacred text of Kabbalah, and the Torah or Bible. Edited and annotated by noted scholar and teacher Yehuda Berg, Leviticus features the writings of renowned Kabbalists Rav Yehuda Ashlag, Rav Yehuda Brandwein, and Rav P. S. Berg. This handsome hardcover is presented in a user-friendly format, with the Hebrew and English printed on facing pages, and printed front-to-back.