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Serving Elokim involves two elements: study and observance. Observances are divided into four categories: those that are continuous and constant; those that are performed once a day or a fixed number of times per day; that are periodic; those are occasional or circumstantial. Continuous observances are those which are incumbent upon mankind at all times, such as the fearand love of Elokim/HaShem. Periodic observances include matters that must be observed at specific times, such as Shabbat observance and the Holy days. Circumstantial observances are those which depend on events and situations. Thus, for example, one can fill the commandment of separating the dough offering (challah) only when one bakes.
From the “RaMCHaL”–Derech HaShem–Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto. Page 251–261.
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