Sunday, February 22, 2015

"Blueprints" followed by "Fashion Week" :)

That's how a wiseguy co-congregant described Parshat Terumah (a "blueprint special") followed by Parshat Tetzaveh (in large part, a list of the clothing to be worn by the Kohen Gadol/High Priest and the "ordinary" Kohanim/Priests), both of which I'd describe as  "vocabulary-builder" parshiot/weekly Torah/Bible readings.  Rabbi Ethan Tucker has insisted that there's no such thing as a boring parshah.  I'm sorry to say that I don't find his positive attitude contagious.  How would you make this interesting reading, both for your child/ren (if any) and for yourself?

Related--these previous posts of mine:

~ Parashat T'rumah/Terumah, 5774 edition (WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2014)

~ Parshat Tetzaveh, 5773/2013 thoughts (FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2013)


Blogger The Reform Baal Teshuvah said...

A trip to the fabric store?

Sun Mar 01, 12:57:00 AM 2015  

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