Saturday, March 04, 2006

I'm going to start a new Jew-is-beautiful tradition, I'm going to write down a short dvar Torah that I heard this Shabbat.

This one was made by my friend Tom with regards to something that this high school track coach made back in the day. You see, Tom used to be a runner in high school, and one day Tom ran a race without his proper running clothes, and the coach got on his case about the importance of wearing the right clothing for the purpose that they have the needed positive effect on the attitude of the runner. He tied this in to the precise measurements that G-d gave Moses to make the Mishkan, Aron, and all of the other constructions necessary; everything had to appear a certain way, which was a testament that each arrangement in the Mishkan had a specific meaning. Yasher ko'ach, Tom!

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