Category: Vayakhel

AN UNFINISHED WORK OF ART

On April 12, 1945, the Russian-born American artist, Elizabeth Shoumatoff, began work on a portrait... Read More

LOVE LANGUAGE OF VERY FEW WORDS

In October 2010, the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology published a fascinating article about... Read More

THE MISHKAN PROJECT GETS UNDERWAY

Parshat Vayakhel begins with Moshe's instructions to the nation about the construction of the Mishkan... Read More

DON’T RELY ON ANYONE ELSE

In management training, they tell the apocryphal story of a salesman who walks into his... Read More

THE SEVEN-DAY WEEK PHENOMENON

Without any doubt, the most durable phenomenon in history is the seven-day week. Its origin... Read More

SYMBOLISM OF THE MISHKAN AND ITS VESSELS (3)

In Terumah we are introduced to the Mishkan (Tabernacle), the construction of which was directed... Read More

SYMBOLISM OF THE MISHKAN AND ITS VESSELS (2)

In Terumah we are introduced to the Mishkan (Tabernacle), the construction of which was directed... Read More

SYMBOLISM OF THE MISHKAN AND ITS VESSELS (1)

In Terumah we are introduced to the Mishkan (Tabernacle), the construction of which was directed... Read More