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Parshah Musings

Pekudei

Moses blessed the artisans and craftspeople who built the Tabernacle. Did he forget about the donors?
Moses, the lead contractor, was understandably relieved to have finished the job, up to spec, on budget and on time. He could have been forgiven had he taken some time off for R&R but he had one last responsibility to complete before inaugurating the structure: he published a detailed accounting of every single last cent that had been solicited and spent on the project.
One-Hit Wonders
History’s pages are littered with examples of prodigies who blossomed and then faded.
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