I'll no longer post a Kli Yakar every week (but sometimes I will post a new one).
Instead, you're invited to look up the existing Kli Yakar post on the parsha.
(I've made a Kli Yakar index tab above for that purpose.)
This week, I updated The Kli Yakar on Parshat Pinchas with some beautiful photos of Shevet Menashe's territory so you can see some of what the Daughters of Tzelafchad saw and cherished so much.
The text has also been updated.
For me, the Kli Yakar has been an inspiring and solid source of wisdom and practical guidance with an emphasis on Hashem's Unwavering Love for us, a profound love of Eretz Yisrael, and how we can love and favorably judge each other without getting all mushy brained about it.
For more information about the Kli Yakar's life, see this article and learn a bit about his life, who his colleagues and students were, and the history of Luntschitz.
Legend has it the Kli Yakar was a student of the Maharal.
His yahrtzeit is 7 Adar II (just like Moshe Rabbeinu).