The Sefer Chareidim reveals a new level of depth to Bnei Yisrael’s na’aseh ve’nishma commitment to accept the Torah. He writes that a real hearing is when one acts on what one has heard - that way the information received becomes expressed by you as opposed to just being ‘a nice idea.’ Na’aseh ve’nishma was a promise not just to hear what the Torah has to say, but to do and practice everything contained therein; it was a ‘doing’ (na’aseh) connected to ‘hearing’ (nishma).

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