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This week, our Torah turns to a topic that will concern most of the remainder of the Book of Exodus – the building of the Mishkan, the portable shrine upon which the Temple in Jerusalem would later be modeled. Since the time of the exodus from Egypt, our people have built and maintained community by ensuring that there are places to come together in the service of Something Higher than ourselves. In today’s world of increasingly virtual connections, it is more vital than ever that we have places to connect, and our Temples today, like the Mishkan of old, are a vital part of that. They serve as places where we can connect in the real world, with each other, with our heritage, and with the Divine that dwells among us.