And thus Aaron did: opposite the front of the Menorah he lit up its lamps as the LORD had charged Moses. The purpose of this verse, Rashi explains, is to praise Aaron for not deviating from God’s instruction. Many point out that this sets a low bar. Rabbi Shteinman suggests that this itself is an act of praise. When someone is truly beloved, then everything they do becomes praiseworthy in our eyes. Aaron was such a person, which explains why the Torah itself was quick to praise him.