pohaikawahine said:Hi dauer - welcome back, I like the parsha the way we have it now with a broader section to respond to and you are right there is always next year to pickup anything we missed or didn't respond to .... what do you think of bandit's idea to do thread on the tabernacle in the wilderness here as thought it was a parsha,but one that doesn't close at the end of the week .... the rest of the parsha would just keep going as we are doing it now, so basically we would have two threads open while we work on the tabernacle at our own pace .... the tabernacle and the regular parsha ....
pohaikawahine said:bandit - you are really funny and I love your sense of humor (liked the piece on lunamoth) .... I think I'm beginning to understand why you so frequently post a question about the order of service and things at different sites .... and all of this will tie into the dialogue about the tabernacle in the wilderness .... I will also introduce some pieces on the description and meaning of altars connected with native american and hawaiian rituals and in some cases the way a home is built .... they will be related to the tabernacle in the wilderness .... remember I posted before that the top of the mountain in old hawaii was called "wao akua" which translates as "forest of the gods" .... the place that is hard to access by man .... aloha nui, poh
dauer said:I like the idea for a thread on the tabernacle. If you or bandit make it, I'll stick it.
pohaikawahine said:dauer - this weeks parsha is Shmot (Exodus 1:1-6:1)are you going to start a new thread or should we continue with this one "temporary interfairth parsha fun thread" ????
dauer said:The parsha finishes on saturday, the seventh day of the week according to Jewish understanding, and begins on sunday, the first day.