This week we start reading the third book of the Torah on Shabbat morning. It begins with a word written in a strange way. The word is Vayikra, which means "and he called". God calls to Moshe at the start of the book of Leviticus. But in the Torah, the last letter of Vayikra, the aleph, is written as a small superscript. If you read the word without the aleph, it would be Vayiker, which means "and it happened by coincidence." It's as if the word is teetering between two meaning, wondering whether the aleph will enlarge or fade away.