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Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)

Still transitioning into full summer mode.  My only scheduled activity is Read Aloud Delaware.  No classes, rehearsals, or lessons, but somehow there’s always something else to work on, like Torah and haftarah readings, the Book of Ruth, never-ending decluttering… From … Continue reading

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Naso (Numbers 4:21 – 7:89)

Suspected adultery! Hair*! Samson!  All this and more this week!  *Scroll past the comments for my own hair history. “More” is right.  At 176 verses, this is the longest single weekly Torah portion.  There appear to be several topics, but … Continue reading

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Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)

Naso is the longest single Torah portion of the year, 176 verses.  However, that’s partly because it includes a detailed description of the gifts presented by each of the twelve tribes upon the dedication of the Tabernacle, and they’re identical, … Continue reading

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Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)

This week’s Torah portion is the longest single portion in the annual cycle, 176 verses.  There’s a lot of repetition in Ch. 7, which hammers home that every single tribe gave identical gifts for the dedication of the Tabernacle, listing … Continue reading

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Naso (Numbers 4:21 – 7:89)

Thank you all for your good wishes concerning my son’s graduation!  We are happy, proud, and relieved (no more tuition!). I am having a great deal of difficulty concentrating at the moment for no discernible reason.  Maybe lack of sleep.  … Continue reading

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Naso (Numbers 4:21 – 7:89)

At 176 verses, Naso is the longest single Torah portion of the year.  However, there’s a lot of repetition in the 89 verses of Chapter 7, which include the 12 identical tribal gifts presented over 12 days at the dedication … Continue reading

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