The Temple Menorah

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The Temple Menorah: The seven-branched gold candelabra in the Temple.
The menorah symbolizes our spiritual needs, and the table is a metaphor for our material needs. But there is a connection between the two . . .
What was so difficult about the design of the Menorah that G-d, the greatest teacher of all time, could not make Moses, the greatest student of all time, comprehend?
What significance do these hold? Why did they have to be made of one solid piece of gold?
What Is a Menorah? The word “menorah” is Hebrew for “lamp,” and generally refers to either the seven-branched golden candelabra that was lit every day in the Tabernacle, and then the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, or the eight-flamed lamp that is lit on the ei...
The deeper meaning behind the different opinions in the Talmud and commentaries regarding the menorah’s spatial alignment inside the Temple, and regarding the identity of its miraculous “western lamp.”
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