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Vayakhel 1999 - Mayaan Chai Series

Vayakhel 1999 – Maayan Chai Series

Vayakheil (5780 Yeshiva), two accounts two meanings, and Moshe's role in all of this

Vayakheil (5780 Yeshiva), two accounts, two meanings, and Moshe’s role in all of thisThe Torah starts with Aron HaKodesh, Betzalel finishes with is because there’s the way it is “supposed to be” (מלמעלה למטה) and the way it is (מלמטה למעלה.)But Moshe actually puts the Mishkan up, because as holy and lofty and “heavenly” as...

35-01. First Possuk. (5767).

35-01. The First Possuk, Gathering the People. This class digs deeply into the first half of the first pasuk in this parsha. Sources include: Rashi (and a sicha on Rashi from the Lubavitcher Rebbe), Even Ezra, Ramban, R.Bechaye, Tur, Arizal (one niglah commentary and one nistar), and a maamar from the Lubavitcher Rebbe from 1981.

35-02. Shabbos and the Mishkan. (5771).

Why are these two ideas (always) mentioned together: Shabbos and the Mishkan.

36-07. The "work" was sufficient. (5770).

People were told to stop bringing offerings for the building of the Mishkan as there was more than enough. What is the depth of this idea.

37-29. Shemen HaMishcha KODESH and the Kitores TAHOR (Yeshiva 5781/ 2021).

37-29. Shemen HaMishcha KODESH and the Kitores TAHOR (Yeshiva 5781/ 2021).Why does the Torah (in this case) call Kitores Tahor?Could there be an upside to Tahara (which is lower than Kedusha) even over Kedusha.Hashem is usually associated with Kedusha is called Tahor also.

38-08. The copper mirrors. (5768).

The mirrors Moshe hesitated to take were the most precious offering Yidden gave in building the Mishkan. These mirrors had contributed to the birth of the Jewish nation. Some commentary. Class One. Class Two. Vayakhel Copper Mirrors Class OneSources: Rashi, E. Ezra, Ramban, Tosefos, Ralbag, Shach – 60.51 MB (size will be reduced to half) Vayakhel Copper...