Dvar Torah- Vayakhel-Pekudei
The book of Exodus concludes with the construction of the Tabernacle. One midrash on this event is that Moses assembled and disassembled the Tabernacle every day for seven days in a row.
What’s the point of this weird story? Miller notes that the Tabernacle and its successors shrines were dismantled seven times over the centuries (including the Two Temples). He adds that this story of building and dismantling “is true in our personal experience. God gives us the power to rebuild our spiritual lives and inner sanctuaries, again and again. Although we may stumble or even collapse, we are always able to rise again.”
Kind of a Hallmark-card ending, but it does make the midrash make more sense.