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From an irresistible page-turner throughout the Egyptian slavery, the traumatic plagues, the exhilarating exodus, and earth quaking revelation at Sinai, the Torah slows to a crawl, with a series of five Torah portions, spread over nearly 15 chapters dedicated to the construction of the Mishkan, the Tabernacle. The tabernacle was the portable structure built by the Israelites in the desert which provided a collective center for their spiritual and communal life together. The Torah dedicates more verses to the Mishkan than to any other mitzvah in the entire tradition. This podcast mines Parshat Terumah for three fascinating and profound life lessons we can learn–with a bit of creative association–from the Mishkan: about Furniture, Love Languages, and Silver Sockets.
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Tovah Leah Nachmani – Faculty Host for Pardes from Jerusalem
Larry Kluger – Creative Consultant
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Adam Titcher – Executive Producer and Director of Digital Media