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From this, they may eventually be able to derive the location of the Tent of Meeting.
Far from resting with this problem, Rashi then adduces a third verse (Numbers 7, 89) to deal with it: "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]"/"and when Moses came to the Tent of Meeting to speak with Him, he heard the voice speaking to him from above the cover.
Perhaps the Mishkan/The Tent of Meeting, erected in different locations throughout the years in our "Day of Remembrance," can embrace the inevitable changes we will see in our need for public expression--existing always as living experience in form and "anti-form.
Tents were pitched to a set pattern and the tent of meeting was always in the centre - this housed the tabernacle, or God's dwelling place, and was the focal point of their lives.
Later on, in fact, the Torah appreciatively singles out the women's generous response: [Bezalel] made the laver of copper and its stand of copper from the mirrors of the women who performed tasks at the entrance of the Tent of Meeting (Ex.