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Critique: Inspired and inspiring, "Mishkan Aveilut: Where Grief Resides" is an extraordinary resource for times of trial, stress, and grief.
2) The entire project of the mishkan had a clearly religious purpose: and let them make Me a sanctuary and I may dwell among them (Ex.
Among the difficulties, Plaut points to the recurrence of two Hebrew locutions, "mishkan" and "ohel" (typically translated as "tabernacle" or "dwelling" [mishkan] and "tent" [ohel] respectively).
Reconstructionist communities such as Philadelphia's Mishkan Shalom have developed a multi-generational life-cycle project for family and friends of an engaged couple.
Performances are frequently packed to capacity at the center, known as the Mishkan (in Hebrew) or TAPAC (Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center).
The first of these was printed on the stationery of the House Un-American Activities Committee in the early 1950s and distributed by the so-called Connecticut Committee against Communism in the parking lots of the temple that I then served as rabbi (Congregation Mishkan Israel, New Haven), and throughout the city and state.
Before selecting Bezalel as the Mishkan's master builder, God told Moses to consult the people (Berakhot 55a): the modern elective franchise continues this legacy "for the sake of heaven" (Shulchan Aimch, C.M.
The Israelites, having atoned for the Golden Calf on Yom Kippur, proceeded to construct the Mishkan, the portable Sanctuary or Tabernacle used until the Temple was built.
Mishkan Tefilah, the Reform movement's recent prayerbook, also makes use of contemporary English verse--for instance, Adrienne Rich's "Prospective immigrants please note," although the poem's title notably does not appear on the page, presumably because without the title the poem is more universal.
LeWitt also studied congregational churches, says Carol, as well as the mishkan, or tabernacle, that the Lord describes to Moses in elaborate detail in Exodus.
The rest of this volume consists mainly of the Zohar's commentary on the biblical description of the mishkan, the Dwelling (or Tabernacle) in the desert.