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In this Torah portion, God describes the service of the Gershon family of Levites. The laws relating to the suspected adulteress and the nazirite are given. God tells Moses and Aaron the priestly blessing. The heads of tribes bring gifts to the Tabernacle.
Parashat Nasso: Getting the Message
Two linguistic features of this Torah portion remind us of the need to speak carefully even when our message is true.
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