A reflection in this Torah portion that I find interesting is the idea of purity or perfection. One who has a broken limb, is blind, has a scar, or is otherwise disfigured, or a woman who is divorced or raped, is no longer pure or holy. It contradicts what we believe today that you are fine just as you are. After all, aren’t we all conceived in the image of G-d? We must look past someone’s “imperfection” to really see who they are on the inside.