This week we read Parshat Naso - the longest parsha in the Torah. There is something in common between this parsha, Chapter 119 in the Book of Psalms and the Babylonian Talmud tractate called Baba Batra - what is it?
Parshat Naso - the longest parsha in the Torah - has 176 verses.
Psalm 119 - the longest chapter in the Bible (which is famous because many have the custom to read verses from this Psalm at the grave site of a loved one) - has 176 verses.
Baba Batra - the longest tractate in the Talmud - has 176 pages.
A teacher in grade school taught us about this common denominator, and because it's an amazing coincidence - it's easy to remember and share with others!
What is another easy-to-remember coincidence that sticks in your mind? Leave your comment below . . .