This week's parshah describes how Aharon, the high priest, would light
the Menorah every day in the Tabernacle. The verse emphasizes that "Aharon did as was commanded"
(Numbers 8:3). The commentators point out that this was a special
praise of Aharon, in that he didn't divert from the prescribed method of
lighting the Menorah.
The Ramban (Nachmanides) explains that the praise of Aharon is that even though the
job could have been delegated to someone else, Aharon always did it
himself - throughout the entire 40 years in the desert.
The Sfat Emet says that beyond this, Aharon lit the menorah, day in
and day out, as if he was doing it for the very first time.
How can you approach your writing in a fresh way this coming week?