This week we read parshah (portion) Nasso, found at Bamidbar (Numbers) 4:21-7:89.
Shavout is Sunday night through Tuesday evening (for many people).
It’s amazing what a change in leaving campus 15 minutes later can do to you. Last night it caused my commute home to be almost two hours in length. It was great for my knitting and podcast listening, but not great for my sleep or this post.
It pains me as while I’ve accomplished a considerable amount of learning and my to-do list this week, I’ve not had the liberty to take time to draft this post. Shavout is a holiday I enjoy and one day I’d like to write a proper post/essay about it. One day.
Here are three posts from prior years on either Nasso or Shavout:
- Parshah Naso, mostly about what’s bothering Rashi
- Bamidbar & Shavous
- last week’s post on Bamidbar & Shavout.
The next post will be on Wednesday.