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Something Spiritual on Parshat Pekudei
When Moses wasn’t able to erect the heavy walls of the Mishkan, he’s told to do his part and leave the rest to G-d—nothing less and nothing more.
I find that life has gotten difficult. I wonder why G‑d has chosen to give me ALS.
Parshat Vayakhel-Pekudei
G-d’s home on earth is not complete without everyone’s contributions.
Life isn’t perfect, we’re not perfect, and it’s okay.
We are here for a reason: to fashion this world into a dwelling place for G‑d.
The Trees of Hope
The empowering lesson we can take from the trees that Jacob planted in Egypt.
The artisans who made the Mishkan and its equipment
Only when Betzalel and Aholiav work in unity can we forge a connection with G-d.
If leaders are to bring out the best in those they lead, they must give them the chance to show they are capable of great things, and then they must celebrate their achievements.
"You see," Ben said to Danny as they started off towards school, "the mobile phone lasts a long time but it still needs to get charged every so often, just like my Dad..."
Long before tree-hugging was in, and before the world went green, there existed an ancient document, the bedrock of a historic people and their law, that advocated these values and more.
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