…which the LORD charged Moses on Mount Sinai on the day He charged the Israelites to bring forward their sacrifices to the LORD… From the words on the day, the Rabbis learn that one only brings a sacrifice during the day, no sacrifices are brought at night. What English calls sacrifice, Hebrew calls a korban, which also means to draw near, a sacrifice is a way to draw near to God. During the daytime, when people are active and working, precisely at this time of productivity, explains Rabbi S. R. Hirsch, a person is given the opportunity to draw near to God. Working life and spiritual life are intertwined