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Components of the Holy Temple

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When Golda Meir famously joked that the Jewish people had managed, after forty years of wandering, to end up in the only country in the Middle East with no oil, she was only partially right...
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There were two altars in the Mishkan. Parshat Terumah teaches us about the copper altar, Exodus 27:1-8. upon which animal sacrifices and meal offerings were brought, and Tetzaveh tells us about the golden altar, Exodus 30:1-10. upon which incense was offe...
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The light of the Menorah wasn't for G-d's benefit; it was for us. Same is true for all the commandments.
One menorah. Two symbolisms. Torah and unity. The connection?
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