Make 50 loops on one tapestry and 50 loops on the edge of the second tapestry so that are parallel (maKBiLot) to one another.
Make 50 golden fasteners to join the tapestries together so that the Tabernacle should be one. (Exodus: 26:5,6)
The word maKBiLot in this Torah portion is the source of the word KaBaLah, an exploration of parallel creative processes, Divine and human
This parallelism between human creativity and Divine Creation is derived from the confluence of two scriptural passages
My grandson Or created photographs of the majestic Negev mountains where he lives, studies and works as a professional photographer
He explored the desert’s diversity with his creative lens: trees, migrating birds, ibex at the Ramon Crater, and first blooms of spring