ויקח האיש נזם זהב בקע משקלו ושני צמידים על ידיה
The man took a golden nose ring, its weight a beka, and two bracelets on her arm
Rashi’s explanation of this pasuk is that the two bracelets are an allusion to the two paired luchos. The Ber Yosef (Rabbi Yosef Salant) expresses some questions about this. While we can understand why there was a reference to the luchos, how does this allude to the fact that through Rivka the Jewish people, who will receive the luchos, will be established? In addition, why is there a reference specifically to the idea that the luchos were paired?
The Ber Yosef explains that the structure of the luchos were five dibros (words) on each side. The five on the right side were commands of things between man and Hashem. The commands on the left side refer to the mitzvos that are between one person and another, such as the prohibition to kill, etc. . Even though they were separate, when Moshe came down with the luchos, the pasuk refers to it as לחת , in the singular, to tell us that they are really one and the two tablets are linked together: one cannot fulfill one side without the other. If one tries to only keep one type of mitzvah, even the mitzvos from the side that they try to keep will not be lasting.
We know Rivka was exemplary in her trait of chesed. Although she was extremely young, she ran to the spring to be sure that Eliezer and all ten camels had enough water, even though they needed to drink a lot. This is more amazing if we keep in mind that there were ten other men present and not one of them attempted to help this young girl perform this act of kindness. Nevertheless, she did it with alacrity because of her great desire to help other people. When Eliezer put the two bracelets on her, it was to hint to her that while she is performing the mitzvos between man and man at a very high level, if she does not perform the mitzvos between man and Hashem as well she will not remain on such a high level.
We should learn from this advice to Rivka. Sometimes, we have an inclination to perform certain mitzvos but not others. We need to understand that all mitzvos are commands from Hashem. The moment we do not keep some of the mitzvos of Hashem, we are allowing our own judgment to get the way of performing mitzvos, and, as we learn from the luchos, none of our deeds will be able to endure.