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Parshat Shemot: Speaking Out, Even When it’s Hard

02.01.2010
http://www.g-dcast.com/shemot
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A burning bush that talks would probably make most of us stutter, but Moses had a speech impediment even before his divine shrubbery encounter. Why did G-d ask this shepherd “with a heavy tongue” to be a spokeman? Jason Lieberman, an advocate for the contemporary disabled, takes a stab at the answer.

This is Episode 13 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!

Parsha Place Shmot

31.12.2009
Live from the Parsha Place, Hershey’s House and Habonim present Parshat Sh’mot.

RABBI David Paskin·

Chemot : La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !!

18.12.2013
Voici la nouvelle émission de 613tv conçue et présentée par Michael Broll !
Avec Boubach découvrez les trésors de la Torah à travers la paracha de la semaine !!!!!!! Un rendez-vous a ne pas manquer et à partager avec tous vos amis !…

Here is the new issue of 613tv designed and presented by Michael Broll!
With Boubach discover the treasures of the Torah through the parsha of the week!!! An appointment not to be missed and share with all your friends! …

WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat Shemot

Chabad.org
Tevet 15, 5774 · December 18, 2013
Living with the Parsha: Just Like Moses

“David, I’d like to speak to you,” Mr. Cohen said. David immediately felt his heart go thump! What did Mr. Cohen want him for? What had he done wrong?… But he needn’t have worried, Mr. Cohen looked quite cheerful – not at all angry.

“David,” he said, “Next week, several important people are visiting our school, including the mayor. The headmaster would like them to speak personally to some of the boys, to talk about our school, and he asked me for some ideas, so I suggested you. What do you say?”

David felt paralyzed. He, speak to the mayor? He couldn’t! Surely Mr. Cohen realized that he couldn’t. Everyone knew that David had a speech problem, that he stammered. Unkind people often laughed at him when he spoke. He couldn’t speak to the mayor …All these thoughts tumbled around his mind. At last he said: “I-I don’t think th-that I-I could do it, Mr. C-Cohen.”

“Why ever not?” his teacher sounded surprised.

“I-I don’t speak w-well enough. I always s-stammer.” David said sadly. He looked at Mr. Cohen, who seemed to be smiling.

“David, I’m surprised at you! Don’t you remember what we just learnt in the Parsha lesson? You just said exactly the same thing that Moses said to G-d. Do you remember? G-d tells Moses that he wants him to be His messenger to tell Pharaoh to release the Jews from their slavery, but Moses protests that he can’t speak properly – like you David, Moses had a speech impediment…. ”

During the Parsha class David had in fact noticed that Moses had a speech impediment. He had felt too shy to mention it to anyone else, but now Mr. Cohen was speaking about it!

Mr. Cohen continued. “G-d tells him that He, G-d, makes people speak, and will put words in his mouth. When Moses protests more, G-d lets him take Aaron, his brother with him, who will speak for him. So, Moses went to Pharaoh, accompanied by his brother, and eventually, through his efforts, the Jews were able to leave Egypt.”

“Y-yes, I r-rem-mem- b-ber”, said David.

“Now, I want you to speak to the mayor because you are a good example of the boys in this school, and you are not any less wonderful just because you happen to stammer. Moses was the greatest of men, and he also stammered!”

David thought this over. It was very flattering to be compared to Moses, and it was comforting to know that even very great people had the same problems as he had. Maybe he should agree, just as Moses had agreed to be the messenger of G-d who would lead the Jews out of Egypt.

“Ok-kay. I’ll do it!” he said.

By Tali Loewenthal    More articles…  |   RSS Listing of Newest Articles by this Author
By Dr. Tali Loewenthal, Director of Chabad Research Unit, London

What Do You Want To Be when you Grow Up?

Tevet 16, 5774 · December 19, 2013
What Do You Want To Be when you Grow Up?
Hey Kids,

What do you want to be when you grow up? How about a doctor and a Torah scholar?

Next week we celebrate the life of Maimonides, one of the greatest scholars in Jewish history, who lived in the 12th century C.E. Maimonides was also a famous doctor who served as a private physician to the royal family of Egypt. How do you think he managed to do both?

Have a great week!
Your Friends @ JewishKids.org

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Join a group of children who learn about the great life and passing of Maimonides

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