Thanks for the many nice thought in this post explaining an interesting number sequence, although it is not clear why you call it the “final” sequence, except perhaps since it was shared on Erev Shavuos, and we were hoping for revelation of Moshiach on Shavuos. Maybe I missed it, but does this help pinpoint a specific day to expect the Geulah? Also it is unclear why you started this sequence, which is formed from adding successive triangular numbers, specifically from the number 22, and not any other number, nor why you extended this pattern for specifically 7 numbers, until the number 78, and no further. In addition, with regard to the number 23, you wrote that this number represents “a connection to healing through the 23 verses of the Shema prayer, the 23 words of the blessing of the Cohenim, and the 23 pairs of chromosomes in our bodies,” however it is unclear how you counted 23 verses in the Shema, when the first paragraph has 6 verses, the second 9 verses, and the third paragraph has 5 verses, and that adds up to an even 20 verses. Even counting the inserted line “Boruch Shem Kevod Malchuso Le’olam Vo’ed” there are only 21 verses. Also, unless you explained it elsewhere, it is not clear what you mean by saying that this is connected specifically to “healing,” and not any other desired effects and blessings. Similarly regarding “the blessing of the Cohenim” (which appears in the Torah in this week’s Parsha, Parshas Noso), the 3 verses of this blessing are composed of 3, 5, and 7 words respectively, a total of 15 words, and although granted the next verse, “V’somu Es Shmi Al Bnei Yisroel V’Ani Avoracheim,” has 8 words, and 15 + 8 = 23, nevertheless these words are not part of the essential words of the blessing. There were indeed many wonderful revelations that came out on Shevuos, but to the best of my knowledge the revelation of Moshiach, at least to the world at large, was not one of them, despite how auspicious this time is (for many reasons as discussed in this blog, and as Rob noted in a comment on the previous post, שבעות, Shavuos, is gematria 778, as in this year 5-778). At any rate, we are still in the week following Shevuos, and the days of “Tashlumim” for Shevuos continue until the 12th of Sivan, this coming Shabbos, and hopefully we will still merit to the great revelation by then, and if not by then, then not long thereafter! Regarding my long comments on the previous post discussing the three paragraphs of Shma, I have BE”H much more amazing things to contribute, however unfortunately I was unable to free up enough time this week to write up these thoughts, and B”N I will try again next week. B’Brocha!