Sunday, June 8, 2008


Yesterday was Parshas Naso. It is the longest single Parsha in the Torah. It has 176 psukim.
The longest K'Pital of Tehillim (119) also has 176 psukim. The longest Mesechta of Gemoro (Baba Basra, what we're learning now) has 176 blatt (double-sided pages)(well, actually, it starts on page 2, like every gemarah, but whatever...).
What does it all mean?
I have no idea.
Someone probably does, though.