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The children of Israel begin to flourish. The Egyptians are not too pleased. Pharaoh conspires to annihilate the Jewish people. He goes after the children. A boy is born, concealed in a basket. Princess Batya, Pharaoh’s daughter, finds him and raises the boy in the king’s palace. She names him Moses. Moses defends his persecuted brethren. When he is found out, Moses flees to Midian. He marries Tzipporah, the daughter of Jethro, a Midianite high priest. G-d appears to Moses in a burning bush, instructing him to take the people out of slavery. Moses and his brother Aaron as spokesman come to the people with a message of redemption.
How many crimes and injustices in the world – and in history – would have been prevented had some people – someone, anyone – protested and intervened?
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In Parshat Shmot, Moses is revealed to be the first stutterer. Yet, he overcomes this challenge to become G/d’s communication channel to the world.
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A freely-translated excerpt from a letter the Rebbe wrote in the fall of 1961 to a Jewish woman living in Madagascar.
Just as the difference between good writing and bad writing rests among the pattern of the letters, good and evil differ only in configuration.
A description on the Alter Rebbe’s youth and greatest works revealing the relationship between the spiritual and material worlds.
Even as a baby, Moses was instrumental in bringing the Children on Israel out of a mindset of materialism and into one of spirituality.
A story of Yocheved, Moses’ mother, being born on the threshold between freedom and slavery.
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