This week we observe Moses as he constructs the Mishkan, the Tabernacle. Oddly enough, Moses assembles the various sections in a disorderly manner — he starts schlepping in the furniture (the Menorah, the altar etc) before the Mishkan is complete! Only later on does he install the door and the outside enclosure. Is that the way anyone would build a home? Why then did Moses build G‑d's home in a backwards order?

Tune in to this week's Parshah Cast to discover the secret message behind his "disorderly conduct" – one that will surprisingly impact our own home construction skills. (Can Jews really be good at building?)