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To build the figurative Temple within ourselves, we need to find the beams, coverings and sockets within our soul and dedicate them to the service of G‑d.
Don’t we all remember the precise location where we proposed, or the hospital ward where our first child was born? How could we forget? And yet, somehow, we’ve lost touch with the place more important to our people than any other . . .
Take this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Terumah.
It was G-d's home, built shortly after the exodus from Egypt, and the precursor to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem built by Solomon.
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