The Sefer was received as a fixative sefer by part of the communities in the Middle East and especially the Babylonian Jewry.
The Sefer is divided into "First year" and "Second year" and the years are divided into weekly Torah portions.
At the beginning of every Torah portion are aggadah (historical and anecdotal material), followed by Halachos.
The Sefer is written in a clear, short and pleasant way.
Two important figures guided his work: Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, author of the Zohar, and Rabbi Isaac Luria, the Arizal.
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