This next clip, it talks down to Yidden interested in the Torah and mesoret like as if those Yidden, if they had a brain, they would be dangerous! Ewwww disgusting. For example the subject of not doing melachot on shabbot. As if the 39 forbidden labors defines the sum total and purpose of the commandment “not to work” … NOT. The Torah mitzva of shabbot observance centers around the dedication of shalom among family members and trusted friends. Shalom functions as a verb rather than a useless rhetorical noun, like as found in John Lennon anti-war song: “All we are saying is give peace a chance”. Utter drivel and total narishkeit! Peace requires a focused dedication; peace requires that family and friends trust one another, and have confidence that should hard times come, that their “allies” will protect cover their 6, their backs. Rabbi Yechuda organized “6” Orders to the Mishna. Shabbos as a mitzva makes its focus of family and friends sitting in shalom together breaking bread and eating a sumptuous series of meals together. Shabbos prioritizes shalom among and between family and friends as the definition of the key term brit. Brit, its located within the first word of the Torah בראשית\ברית אש. Brit has the Torah definition of alliance by means of a mutual sworn oath.