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Mishkan, The (Tabernacle)

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The "spiritual awakening" that is the objective and culmination of our working the Steps has been described as heaven on earth.
Why did G‑d instruct that the lesser materials of silver and copper also be used in the Mishkan's construction? Surely pure gold would have looked much more spectacular...
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Rabbi Kadoozy reports on the portable Temple the Israelites used in the wilderness, and Jono tries to build one
Possessions are not an end in themselves. Iif anything, a person whose life revolves around them becomes a slave to his or her property. We can end up right back in an Egypt of our own making...
This class explains the need for the three types of metals of gold, silver and copper in the mishkan and the three opinions on when it was constructed.
When paying taxes, few people offer to contribute more than required. However by the construction of the Mishkan, the tabernacle, the Jews donated well beyond what was needed, why?
Who can make the physical world a holy place? One who remains untouched by its coarseness, or one who has succumbed to its temptations and triumphed over them? And what about the one who is still stuck in the morass of the material?
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When the Jewish nation was still very, very young, we began setting aside materials for our own marital home. Our wedding was still hundreds of years, and hundreds of miles, away . . .
Moses blessed the artisans and craftspeople who built the Tabernacle. Did he forget about the donors?
The poles used to transport the ark were permanent fixtures. Why think of traveling when wanting to be at rest?
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