The Torah uses unique wording regarding the collection of funds for the sanctuary in the desert that it uses nowhere else where donations are concerned.

It is taught that before Jacob died, he instilled in his children great inner strength and the ability to remain dignified in the face of adversity and tribulations.

Giving thanks is not about keeping a score card, exchanging a favor or getting even – it is about unconditional appreciation no matter what the circumstance.

God wanted only a person with a sterling reputation to lead the construction of His home in this world. That is why he chose Betzalel to build the Tabernacle.

The ancient city of Shiloh in Samaria was the location of the Mishkan (Tabernacle) for 369 years. Today it is a modern Jewish community and home to 2,500 people.