A Parshas Para Maamar. Para Aduma is t’shuva, this means being very far and elevating the very low, and in this way reaching higher than high. Every aspect of Para Aduma reflects this. 1) Done out of the camp, 2) Represents the four galuyos, [3) Done by the Sgan Kohein, 4) Has no allusions as Kidusha, only as Tahara,] 5) Twice HaVaya is Z”A and Atik, 6) Is the Chuka (Chakika, engraved) of the entire Torah. Even Tzadikim can do T’shuva.