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B’shallach: Higher than angels

Talmud  Tractate Megillah 10b: As the Egyptians started to drown in the Red Sea, the heavenly hosts began to sing praises, but God silenced the angels, saying, “The works of my hands are drowning in the sea, and you wish … Continue reading

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Be’shallach: Toggling between two pillars

Just last week,  having gone through the 10 plagues, and Pharoah’s letting the Israelites  out of slavery, into the wilderness, we come to the essence of the Book of …..Bereshit. Wait. What?  Bereshit? Genesis?   The first book of the Torah?  … Continue reading

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