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When constructing the Mishkan, Moses schleps in the furniture (i.e. the ark, the menorah etc.) before the entire structure is completed. Why does he furnish G-d’s home in such a backwards way?
Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 16, Pekudei (sicha 1)
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.
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.
The Trees of Hope
The empowering lesson we can take from the trees that Jacob planted in Egypt.
After being found everywhere, but dwelling nowhere specific for 2249 years, G-d has informed the Jewish people that he now intends to dwell amongst them. He'd like them to craft a mobile home so that he can move along with them through the Sinai desert. H...
How to Study Torah - Naso
"And it was that on the day that Moses finished erecting the Mishkan, he anointed it, sanctified it, and all its vessels, and the altar and all its vessels." (Numbers 7:1) Learn about the process of readying the newly-built sanctuary for daily use, the in...
How to Study Torah - Shemini
An overview of what transpired on the eighth day of the inauguration of the Sanctuary climaxing with Aaron alone, and then he and Moses blessing the people, and the appearance of G-d's presence.
An analysis of the Torah’s command to contribute the materials necessary for the construction of the Mishkan (Sanctuary), leads to a novel appreciation of the role of the recipient of beneficence.
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