Kabolas Hatorah (Receiving the Torah) was not a one time thing (it just happened once at har Sinai), but it’s something that takes place every day. A girl marches into a synagogue, takes a seat in the ladies’ section, opens up a siddur (prayer book) and reads the English — the first time in her life she’s in a synagogue.
She walks in with a little flame, a holy flame burning in her heart and now she’s mekabel (accepting) the Torah. Whatever her Torah is, is still pretty small, but she’s mekabel her Torah. — Receiving the Torah 2 (#508)