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Rav Eran Tamir

קדושת הצדיק משפיעה על צאן מרעיתו

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משה רבנו דוגמא מופתית למנהיג

חברת פינטו עברית

משה רבינו יצא הוא בעצמו אל אחיו ולא על ידי שליחיו

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קריאת התורה פרשת שמות






איתמר מלכא

ברכות לפני ואחרי הפטרה נוסח מרוקאי


















איתמר מלכא

קריאה בתורה בנוסח מרוקאי לצפייה ושמיעה!
עליות ראשון,מפטיר והפטרה של כל הפרשות!
טעמי המקרא,שיר השירים ומגילת אסתר!
בן 25, לומד בירושלים, גר בכרמיאל

לקראת שבת

הרב אליהו גודלבסקי

,,, הראשון לציון הרב יצחק יוסף בן מרן שיעור מוצאי שבת פרשת

חדש! כל הרבנים על ימי ספירת העומר מומלץ בחום!





 

טעמי המקרא בנוסח מרוקאי,קריאה בתורה בנוסח מרוקו /Lire la Bible Taamey Hamikra

 

פרשת ,,,,,- הרב זמיר כהן

פרשת הרב משה סוסנה

פרשת שבוע ומודעות עצמית

 

שיעור פצצה שמלמד ת’כלס על מה אני צריך להתכוונן לפני פורים…כדאי להקדיש זמן להתבוננות…מחלקים פה מתנות. מי שרוצה שיבוא וישמע

שלמה יעקב ביטון

Moshe Vaknin פרשת ….

פרשת Harav Elon Lessons

פרשת רוני גרפיקס בר

הרב ברוך רוזנבלום פרשת Rabbi Baruch Rosenblum

שיעורי תורה, סרטים יפים ועוד

 

פרשת – פרטי קרבן עולה – לימוד בוקר בפרשה – -הרב דב ביגון – ערוץ מאיר – שיעורי תורה – יהדות

הרב יוסף מזרחי

פרשת ,,,, מחוברת לפרשת פרה עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב – לגימת חסידות” פרשת עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב – לגימת חסידות

פרשת ,,,, -מה זה מחצית השקל ולמה נותנים את מחצית השקל? ולמה מכריזים על השקלים בחודש אדר?
למה המילים משכן ומשכון הם אותו השורש?
ההרבה שאלות והרבה תשובות בפרק זה של לגימת חסידות עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב על פרשת פקודי

הרב אברהם הכהן

Rabbanim

Rabbanim

Rabbanim

חדש! לדון לכף זכות הרב מנשה בן פורת חובה לצפות!!!,Rabbanim

פרשת —-

צדקה בינלאומית הרב אברהם בן אסולין

הרב פינטו – פרשת / שהתקיים בלוס אנגלס / כ”ה בשבט תשע”ד

פרשת הרב שלמה יעקב ביטון

פרשת   עי הרב אליהו דיסקין יתרו יח שבט תשסט

12.01.2014
לחץ על הקישור הבא: והאזן או הורד אלפי קלטות אודיו
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הרב יהודה קרויזר –

הרב פינטו

עונג שבת – פרשת – תוכנית באורך מלא

פרשת הרשמה לערוץ תעניק לכם את הזכות להיות הראשונים לדעת על כל הרצאה או סרטון חדש שיוצא לפני כולם
ובבקשה מכם לא לצפות בסרטונים בשבת וחגים

הרב זמיר כהן

הרב חיים כהן

05.04.2014

השיעור מתוך ובאדיבות אתר “החלבן”: http://ravhaim.org
באתר תמצאו מאגר מלא ומסודר של כל שיעורי הרב.
השיעורים בפורמט לצפייה והאזנה וניתנים גם להורדה.

קול צופייך | תשנ”ח ו’ שבט | פרשת | הלכות ט”ו בשבט | מרן הרב מרדכי אליהו

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לתכנים וסרטים נוספים בקרו באתר הרב מרדכי אליהו
http://www.harav.org/

פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל תשע”א

פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל

הרב פינטו שיעור מוסר על פרשת שיעור קונפרנס לאשדוד

חדש! פרשת – הכרת הטוב הרב הרצל חודר מומלץ ומרתק ביותר!!!

פרשת הרב אליהו אור

פרשת הרב דרוקמן

קול צופייך | פרשת תשע”ד | הלכות הנלמדות מהמן | הרה”ג שמואל אליהו

07.01.2014
שיעורו השבועי של מורנו הרב שמואל אליהו על פרשת בדינים והלכות הנלמדות מירידת המן במדבר.. צפייה מהנה..
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לתכנים שיעורים וסרטים נוספים של הרב שמואל אליהו
בקרו באתר הרב מרדכי אליהו
http://www.harav.org/

הרב ברוך רוזנבלום פרשת

11.01.2014
דרשותיו המהממות של הרב ברוך רוזנבלום על פרשת השבוע המתקיימות בימי חמישי בעיר בני ברק ברחוב רבי עקיבא 52 בשעה 20:30

הרב שלמה לוינשטיין שליט”א –  פרשת  התשע”ב

27.01.2013
לעוד שיעורים של הרב ועוד רבנים אחרים יותר מ – 7.5000 שיעורים!!
בקרו בערוץ היוטיוב של ‘עמרם שלום פרידמן’

פרשת רב הצדיק רבי יוסף שובלי שליט”א.

קישורים:

http://www.breslev-midot.com/%D7%94%D… הרבי מליובאוויטש , rabbi melubavitz

שתי דקות תורה – חידושים קצרים על פרשת שבוע.

הידברות-הרב אורי זוהר-פרשת שמות

08.02.2012

פרשת שמות
הרב אורי זוהר ממשיך בסדר הפרשיות והמוסר שעומד מאחוריהם והפעם פרשת שמות.

מהרחו

29.07.2013   Rav Moshe Armoni

 

… פרשת

 

שיעורים על פרשת תזריע – כשרות בעלי חיים – לימוד בוקר בפרשה – -הרב דב ביגון – ערוץ מאיר – שיעורי תורה – יהדות

הרב אברהם חפוטא שליט”א

הרב יצחק רצאבי הדרשה השבועית מוצ”ש 19.1.13 פרשת

19.01.2013

הרב יצחק רצאבי שליט”א הדרשה השבועית פרשת בא תשע”ג – באדיבות אתר יהודי נט פרשת השבוע http://www.yehudy.net

הרב יונה מצגר

הרב שקד בוהדנה שליט”א – פרשת ” ” תשע”א.

 הרב משה סוסנה

01.01.2013

מה התועלת שיצאה מהשיעבוד במצרים? ומה עלינו ללמוד מכך.

שיעור שבועי הרב ניר בן ארצי שליט”א

פרשת השבוע

24.02.2010

הפרשה עוסקת בתרומת בני ישראל להקמת המשכן. כשבני ישראל היו במדבר היתה להם השגחה אלוהית שדאגה להם לכל צורכיהם ואילו למען הקמת המשכן הם מצטווים להביא בעצמם את מיטב החומרים. הרב רונן לוביץ’ משוחח עם ד”ר ענת פרוינד על החשיבות של תרומה לחברה ועזרה לזולת. צפו בתוכנית זו ואחרות בערוץ האקדמי- http://www.actv.haifa.ac.il/programs

Haftarah הפטרה‎ – Parashat Ahare Mot – Qedoshim אחרי מות קדשים (Moroccan מרוקאי & Spanish)

17.04.2013
Moroccan Daily Halakhot
La Halakha Marocaine Quotidienne
http://www.darkeabotenou.com

Haftara of Perashat Qedoshim during a year that this perasha is not read in conjunction with Aharé-Mot.

Moroccan Tune 0:00
Spanish Moroccan Tune 4:35

Ye’hezqel 20:2 – 20:20

Sung by: nz”y Ribi David Kadoch s”t – ‘Hazan of Abir Ya’aqob, Toronto, Canada

בקשות פרשת Bakashot Parashat

13.01.2011

On the Hilula of Baba Sali on Motsae Shabbat January 8th, the Sephardic Community got together at Abir Yaakob Congregation to sing the Moroccan Bakashot of Parashat Bo along with some of the piyutim of Yagel Yaakob.
Hazanim included:
R’ David Kadoch of Abir Yaakob
R’ Aviv Ouanounou of Magen David

Divre Torah address given by: Haham Amram Assayag

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Bereishit Rabbah:ויצו לאשר על ביתו הבוקר אור וגו’ – אמר רבי לוי: עובדא הוה בדרומית, מן חד פונדקי והוה קאים ולביש זוגוי בליליא. ואמר להון: דהוו תמן קומו פוקו לכון, דלוי…Sforno:ושים כסף איש בפי אמתחתו בידיעתם שתאמר להם שחפצתי לשלם להם טובה תמורת הצער שצערתים:

Onkelos Genesis:וּפַקֵּיד יָת דִּי מְמַנָּא עַל בֵּיתֵהּ לְמֵימַר מְלֵי יָת טוֹעֲנֵי גֻּבְרַיָּא עִיבוּרָא כְּמָא דִּי יָכְלִין לְמִטְּעַן וְשַׁוִּי כְסַף גְּבַר בְּפוּם טוֹעֲנֵהּTargum Jonathan on Genesis:וּפְקֵיד יַת מְנַשֶׁה דִמְמַנָא אַפִּיטְרוֹפּוֹס עַל בֵּיתֵיהּ לְמֵימָר מְלֵי יַת דִיסְקְיֵי גוּבְרַיָיא עִיבּוּרָא הֵיכְמָא דְאִינוּן יָכְלִין לְסוֹב…Ramban:ושים כסף איש בפי אמתחתו – לדעתם, כי אמר להם ידע אדני כי עשה לכם חמס  ויבקש להטיב לכם, שאם עשה זה כפעם הראשונה שלא לדעתם, היה להם התנצלות בגביע שנעשה בו…Targum Jonathan on Genesis:וְיַת אוֹגְבִינִי אוֹגְבִין דְכַסְפָּא שַׁוֵי בְּפוּם טוֹנָא דִזְעֵירָא וְיַת כְּסַף זַבִּינוֹי וְעָבַד כְּפִתְגָמָא דְיוֹסֵף דְמַלֵילSforno:תשים בפי אמתחת הקמן לראות איך ימסרו עצמם עליו כדי להצילו:Read More Button--orange  from sefaria.org

 Rabbi Dov Begon

Rabbi Riskin’s Insights into Parshat ….- “Torah Lights”

Rabbi Chaim Richman,Temple Institute, Weekly Torah Portion:

Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz

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Shaare Tefila Three Minutes of Torah:









Video Vort: Parshat…. With Rabbi Eric Goldman

All Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi Videos

A Mayanot Moment- Parshat ….

Shiurim Rabbi Yosef Chaim Schwab

Partners In Torah Video

http://www.partnersintorah.org brings you Harry’s Video Blog and the always entertaining Harry Rothenberg. One of the laws of charity requires the community to restore a wealthy person who loses his money to his previous level of lifestyle. Why?
Stay tuned for Harry’s weekly video blog where he will be highlighting the weekly Torah portion, a mitzvah, or a Jewish holiday along with a contemporary application and a healthy slice of humor.

Mark Sabbagh WEEKLY Parshat

C”K Moreinu Harav Avraham Moyal shlita

קריאת התורה הפטרה ומפטיר Torah Reading

Rabbi Minkowicz Weekly Torah Lesson Parsha …

06.05.2014
Rabbi Minkowicz’s Weekly Torah Lesson: A Place Where Life’s Most Difficult Questions Are Answered

Prof. Yaakov Brawer Ph.D. by learntorah.c

07.08.2013

Torahtalk: Parsha…..Rabbi Moshe Weisblum

Parashat ….. Netiv Center For Torah Study in Houston Texas

This is the Official Youtube channel of Netiv Center For Torah Study in Houston Texas. It purpose it to teach Universal Torah to the nations. Neitv is a diverse community of individuals from all walks of life dedicated to God and His Torah.

Rabbi Harroch

2014 02 27 Sfas Emes on Parasha …with Reb Aryeh

Rav Sprecher Parashat HaChodesh 5774

24.03.2014


Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – “Parashat …..”

17.12.2013
Visit Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi Web Site – http://www.divineinformation.com/

Parashat….. with Rabbi Avraham Gaon Highlights BukharianCommunity .com

Parshat … Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Likutei Torah

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Shlomo Katz Nigun of the Week

Parshat…. – Seeing the Bigger Picture

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Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – Parshat and more…

15.12.2011
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Rabbi Moshe Weisblum

Daf Yomi Talmud Succah page 6 Gemarrah Succot Rabbi Weisblum דף יומי תלמוד גמרא סוכה ו׳

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Rav Yossef David

Exister, c’est avoir le Nom d’Hachem en soi

05.01.2015
422 – Parachat Chémot – Paris le 4 Janvier 2015

Rav Yossef Tordjmann présente: Paracha Chemot

02.01.2015
Cours dédié à la mémoire de Rav Chmouel ben Harav Haim Hillel, Claude Haim Yossef ben Aziza, Rivka bat Mazal, Bilha Braha bat Rahel, Messaouda Touna bat Esther, Chalom ben Rahel, Eliyahou ben Mi’hael, Avi ben Tsipporah, Sarah Etty bat Gotha, Myriam bat Fortunée, Meir ben Moché, Hamous ben Chimon, Esther bat Rina, Nana bat Esther, Rav Herera d’Aix les Bains et Yaacov ben Gavriel, ainsi que pour la guérison totale de Chlomit Haya bat Sarah Souïra, Rav GaVriel ben Sultana, Zaza bat Zaïro, Zairo bat Zaza, Aaron ben Zaza, Yvette Saada bat Zaza, Zaava Devorah bat Michelle Mikhal, Ilana Mazal bat Esther, Yaacov ben Rahel, Rivka bat Devorah, Rivka bat Esther, Rinat bat Hava, Asnat bat Bahïya, Patricia bat Myriam, Yonathan shimshon ben Baco, Odaya Haya bat Vicky Rivka Shila, Haim Mickael ben Rivka, Makhlouf ben Haya, David ben Rahel, Yehouda ben Rahel, Mike Meyer Haim ben Simha, Esther bat Rahel, Chalom ben Avraham, Eliyahou ben Chlomo, Ilan Eliahou ben Yvette Hanna, Haim ben Hamous, Avraham ben Louise, Yossef ben Avraham, Myriam bat Zohra, Ilan Chimone ben Arlette, Fanny Hanna, Corinne bat Faustine, Mi’hael Refael ben Gzala, Aziza bat Kamir, Lea bat Rakhmouma, Atou bat Kamouna, Ephraim ben Tata Odette et Yossef ben Julie Haya.

parachat chemot Rav Raphael Pinto

28.12.2014

Améliorer son caractère

06.01.2015
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Parachat Chemot 5773 – Rabbin Abittan

La Paracha de Chemot “cache cache” par le Rav Yossef David Cohen

Pourquoi la galouth ? Paracha Chemot par le Rav Dov Roth – Lumbroso chiourim.com

La Paracha en 5 Minutes: Chemot avec le Rav Mendy Touboul

Les Actions De Moché Rabbenou (Parachat Chemot) – rabbi David PINTO (Torah-Box.com)

Parachat Chemot 5772 – Rabbin Abittan

La Paracha de Chemot

Retrouvez en vidéo l’interview d’un Grand Rav sur la paracha de la semaine. Cette semaine, le Rav S.D Botchko commente la Paracha de Chemot

Parachat Chemot: En face du buisson ardent

14.01.2012
http://www.chalom-jerusalem.com/ravbo…

Le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay de la Communauté Emouna Cheléma à Jérusalem commente en français la Paracha Chemot en se basant sur le commentaire (écrit initialement en hébreu) du Rav Moshé Botschko zatsa”l

© Filmé par Denis Kassel pour le site Chalom-Jerusalem.com
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Parachat Chemot, sur http://www.Chalom-Jerusalem.com

25.12.2010
http://www.chalom-jerusalem.com/paras…
Le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay de la Communaute Emouna Chelema a Jerusalem explique en francais le commentaire (ecrit initialement en hebreu) du Rav Moshe Botschko zatsa”l sur la Paracha Chemot

Réflexion sur la Paracha de Chemot avec le Rav Yossef D. Cohen

PARACHA CHEMOT RAV CHAOUL MAMAN SUR SIMHAT-KALA.ORG

Parachat chemot Rav Acher Ben Chaya

Le Respect de Soi – Rav Yehia Benchetrit (Torah-Box)

11.01.2010
“Le Respect de Soi” (paracha Chemot).

Un cours de Torah Torah donné par le Rav Yehia BENCHETRIT.

(D’autres cours du rav Benchetrit sont téléchargeables gratuitement et intégralement sur : http://www.torah-box.com/rav/rav-yehi…

Rav Benchetrit : “Avec Torah-Box, que votre ordinateur devienne une boîte remplie de Torah”.

Diffusé par “Torah-Box” : l’Association de Diffusion du Judaïsme aux Francophones dans le Monde : http://www.torah-box.com (email: contact@torah-box.com)

Rav Nissim Haddad Parachat Chemot

Paracha Chemot LE GRAND RABBINAT DE FRANCE

PARACHA CHEMOT RAV CHAOUL MAMAN SUR SIMHAT-KALA.ORG

Parachat Chemot Rav Corda

12.01.2012
Parachat Chemot : Le nom d’un Juif

Dans ce cours sur la Parachat Chemot, nous comprendrons quel est le rapport entre notre nom et nous-même. Les noms selon la Kabbala et la ‘Hassidout… cours de Rav Yaacov Corda

La Paracha de Chemot

01.01.2010
Retrouvez en vidéo l’interview d’un Grand Rav sur la paracha de la semaine. Cette semaine, le Rav S.D Botchko commente la Paracha de Chemot

Livre “Chémot”: De la signification du Nom dans la religion Juive. Un entretien avec le Rav Guedj.

01.01.2008
Le Deuxième Livre de la Thorah, communément appelé “L’Exode”, est en réalité appelé “Chémot”, “Les Noms” en Hébreu. Relatant l’Exode des Hébreux en terre d’Egypte, le Deuxième Livre de la Thorah débute en effet par l’annonce des noms des enfants d’Israël, des enfants de Jacob qui se rendîrent en Egypte. Quelle est la signification des ces noms, quelle est l’importance donnée aux noms dans le livre de Chémot et de manière plus générale dans la religion juive? Infolive.tv a reçu Mr Le Rav Guedj, Grand Rabbin de Cannes et à Kiryat Arba, pour nous éclairer de son savoir et de sa sagesse. 01/01/2008

Interview exclusive du Grand Rabbin de Paris Michel Gugenheim

29.10.2012
Les Interviews de Chiourim.com
Entretien exclusif avec le Grand Rabbin de Paris, Michel Gugenheim
Réalisée par Claire Dana-Picard
Le grand rabbin de Paris Michel Gugenheim est, depuis de nombreuses années, un des membres éminents du Bet Din où il exerce notamment ses fonctions de Dayan. Elu en mars dernier à la tête du grand rabbinat de Paris, il a de nouvelles responsabilités, très étendues, qu’il assume avec compétence. Il évoque pour nous les questions liées à la Cacherout et nous parle également des bonnes relations qu’il a établies avec les communautés juives parisiennes, de ses contacts avec les pouvoirs publics et des problèmes de l’antisémitisme. Il rend aussi un vibrant hommage à son prédécesseur, le Grand Rabbin David Messas z’l.
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02.05.2012
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Peiner, puis faire les Mitsvots avec joie, cela apporte en nous l’amour de D-ieu !

23.03.2014

Rav Ron Chaya et Leava vous présentent ” Peiner, puis faire les Mitsvots avec joie, cela apporte en nous l’amour de D-ieu ! “.

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Conférence du Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay sur: Fraternité et Justice Sociale (2/2)

22.09.2011
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Dans le cadre du séminaire annuel d’Eloul du Centre Yaïr-Manitou et du Centre Communautaire Francophone Emouna Cheléma , le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay a donné une conférence sur un sujet d’actualité:
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Le séminaire est dedie à la mémoire du président du Centre Yaïr Manitou, Mr Gérald Sananès qui l’avait preparé

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 19.03.2014

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Cour de torah sur la Paracha ….par Avy Allouche, d´après les cours du Rav Corda

Rav Yossef Tordjmann présente: Paracha …..

02.03.2014
Cours dédié à la mémoire de Fortunée Messaouda bat Myriam, Esther bat Messaouda, Victor Haim ben Atou, Martine Aziza bat Yvonne Myriam, Reine bat Haki, Dina bat Diamanté, Gaston Haim Yehouda ben Rina, Moche Dov ben Haziza et Julie Zouira bat Kouika, ainsi que pour la guérison complète du bébé Odaya Haya bat Vicky Rivka Shila, Antoine ben Emile, Haim Mickael ben Rivka, Makhlouf ben Haya, David ben Rahel, Yehouda ben Rahel, Mike Meyer Haim ben Simha, Touna bat Esther, Esther bat Rahel, Chalom ben Avraham, Haya bat Rahel, Hamous ben Rahel, Eliyahou ben Chlomo, Moche ben Avraham et Bilha Braha bat Rahel.

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Le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay de la Communauté Emouna Chéléma à Jérusalem nous explique le commentaire du Rav Munk dans La Voix de la Thora sur le verset Vayikra XI, 42 de notre paracha: Chemini שמיני

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ДВАР МАЛХУТ – Недельная глава Торы ШМОТ – 5752

04.01.2015
Каким образом спуск в Египет являлся частью Освобождения?
Глубокий анализ и объяснение слов Мишны: “Сказал рабби Элазар бен Азарья: “Хоть и выгляжу я семидесятилетним… чтобы привести дни Мошиаха”.
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Недельная глава: Шмот. Быть свободными.

06.01.2015
Рав Игаль Полищук
Книга: Шмот.
Глава: Шмот.

Урок Торы Недельная глава Шмот

05.01.2015
В недельной главе «Шмот» рассказывается как Моше упрекал двух спорящих евреев, и один из них ответил ему: ты что хочешь нас убить как ты убил вчера египтянина? Тогда Моше испугался, а вдруг этот слух дошел до фараона, и он убежал в Мидьян.

В этой истории содержится важный урок. Как человек может быть уверен, что все будет хорошо, ведь нет среди нас безгрешных, и возможно Б-г взыщет нам за наши грехи? Можно рассуждать так: что все наказания, посылаемые сверху на самом деле милость В-вышнего так как они очищают нас от грехов, и лучше очиститься здесь, а не на небесном суде. Но истинная уверенность во Всевышнем — это когда уверен, что все будет хорошо согласно нашему пониманию, открытым и очевидным образам. Достичь такой уверенности – тяжелый труд. Но в награду за этот труд, все действительно складывается хорошо даже если мы заслуживаем наказания.

Таким образом если бы Моше не испугался, и был полностью уверен, что ничего не произойдет (ведь то что он убил египтянина, заступившись за еврея, было правильным поступком), то результатом этой уверенности было бы то, что слух действительно не дошел бы до фараона.

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Недельная глава Шмот (31/12/12) [В HD]

01.01.2013
(Синхронный перевод на русском языке)
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Рав Нерья Коен недельная глава ШМОТ 29.04.2012

Недельная глава Шмот

25.12.2012
Социальная сеть “Общение, Бней-Ноах и Евреев” на http://www.iudaizm.com благодарит Махон Меир: http://russian.machonmeir.net за предоставленную нашему youtube каналу, ИНФОРМАЦИЮ.

Недельная глава Шмот

08.08.2012
Социальная сеть “Общение, Бней-Ноах и Евреев” на http://www.iudaizm.com благодарит фонд СТМЭГИ: http://stmegi.com за предоставленную нашему youtube каналу, ИНФОРМАЦИЮ.

Rabbi Svirsky Шмот. Наш личный Египет

19.12.2010
Фундаментальные вопросы причин страданий. Реинкарнации в Торе



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Махон-Меир (Книга Берешит)

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Недельная глава с Ашером Альтшулем. Глава…

12.03.2014

Ашер Альтшуль беседует о недельной главе Торы в cвете сегоднешней риальности.

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Глава ….

29.03.2012 Rav Moshe Chaim Levin

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Недельная глава 

Rav Moshe Chaim Levin

25.12.2012г. Недельная глава Торы

11.02.2013

Занятие по недельной главе Торы проходит в нашей общине регулярно. В сезоне 2012-2013 – по вторникам, 19:40 – 21:00.

Раввин общины, Йосеф Херсонский разработал формат этого занятия:

– Мини-урок (15-20 минут) помощника раввина

– Часовое занятие раввина, в котором участникам предлагается выбрать наиболее интересующие их темы из сюжета недельной главы. В начале занятия раввин делает общий обзор главы и предлагает участникам список тем, упомянутых в главе + пояснения, каким образом эта тема актуальна сегодня. Каждый участник озвучивает 3 наиболее интересующие его темы. Рейтинг интересующих тем формирует программу занятия.

Данное занятие провел полностью помощник раввина ввиду того, что раввин был в отъезде.

Каждый день есть новое видео о Иудаизме

Daniel Naftoli Surovtsev

КОЛЛЕЛЬ ПРИ ИЦХАК

Официальный сайт программы “Лимуд” под руководством рава Мойше Шапиро и рава Звулуна Шварцмана

The official website of the “Limmud” under the leadership of Rabbi Moshe Shapiro and Rav Schwartzman Zebulun

Недельная глава  Rabbi Sergei Kruglyanitsa

Недельная глава Rabbi Svirsky

Недельная глава Rav Chaims Haulov

Недельная глава Торы


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Parshat  Language : german

Von Kirche zu Synagoge – die Schlosskirche in Cottbus – 09.01.2015

Am 27. Januar wird die ehemalige evangelische Schlosskirche in Cottbus als erste neue Synagoge im Land Brandenburg eingeweiht. Ein Beitrag von Rocco Thiede. Sowie Parascha “Schemot” von Rabbiner Joel Berger.
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“Erzähl es deinen Kindern: Die Torah in fünf Bänden” – 02.01.2015

“Erzähl es deinen Kindern: Die Torah in fünf Bänden” – ein Beitrag von Kristina Dumas, sowie die Parascha “Wajechi” von Joel Berger.

Die Synagogengasse in Schwabach – 26.12.2014

Im Frühjahr eröffnet das Jüdische Museum Franken seine zweite Außenstelle: die Synagogengasse in Schwabach. Thomas Senne berichtet, wie aus einer Gasse ein Museum wird.

Vom Mädchenorchester in Auschwitz zur Rapperin gegen Rechts – Esther Bejarano – 19.12.2014

Seit mehr als dreißig Jahren wehrt sich Esther Bejarano gegen das Vergessen. Sie geht in Schulen und erzählt ihre Geschichte. Und mit ihrer Musik stellt sie sich – mit Leidenschaft – gegen jede Art von Intoleranz. Sowie Parascha von Rabbiner Joel Berger.

Lichterfest Chanukáh – 12.12.2014

Wenn am kommenden Dienstag die Sonne untergeht, beginnt das jüdische Lichterfest Chanukáh. Sichtbaraes Zeichen von Chanukáh ist der Chanukáh-Leuchter mit seinen 9 Kerzen. Sowie Parascha “Vajéschev” von Rabbiner Joel Berger. v609I68Y4UlA

Rabbanim Shiurim

Rav Joseph Pardes

Raw Frand zu Parschat Schemot 5773

Barmherzigkeit und Wahrheit – die Reihenfolge ist wichtig

Die Tora erzählt uns, dass Pharaos Tochter im Nil baden ging und dabei einen kleinen Korb (Tejwa) bemerkte, der zwischen dem Schilf schwamm. Sie griff danach und öffnete den Korb. Darin war ein weinendes Kind. Sie hatte Erbarmen mit dem Kind und bemerkte, dass es ein jüdisches Baby war. [Schemot 2:5-6]

Der Passuk [Vers] beschreibt die Begebenheit in der umgekehrten Reihenfolge. Eine adäquatere Reihenfolge wäre: ‚Sie öffnete den Korb, sah das Kind und bemerkte, dass es jüdisch war. Sie hörte es weinen und erbarmte sich seiner‘.  So wäre das Erblicken des Kindes mit der Erkenntnis, dass es ein jüdisches Kind war, in Verbindung gebracht worden. Der Passuk hingegen schreibt, dass nach dem Sehen des Kindes, Pharaos Tochter zuerst das Weinen bemerkte und erst danach erkannte, dass das Baby jüdisch war. Zuerst entwickelte Pharaos Tochter Mitgefühl mit dem Kind und erst nachher kam die Frage nach der Herkunft.

Rabbi Nissan Alpert weist auf einen tiefen Hintergrund in diesem Passuk hin. Dies tat er anlässlich des Hesped [Trauerrede] bei der Lewaja (Beerdigung) seines Lehrers, Rabbi Mo-sche Feinstein. Rabbi Alpert illustrierte diesen Passuk, indem er eine von Rabbi Feinsteins Lebensweisheiten erklärte.

Rabbi Alpert erinnerte daran, dass Leute sich über Rabbi Mosche beschwerten. Rabbi Mosche schrieb mehr Empfehlungsschreiben für Torawerke, als wir zählen können. Rabbi Mosche war bekannt als der „grosse Maskim“, denn er stellte unzählige Haskamas (Empfehlungsschreiben) für jegliche nur denkbare jüdische Literatur aus. Er tat dies bis zu dem Grad, dass man eine Haskama von Reb Mosche als ‚billig‘ betrachten konnte. Es war, als ob jeder, der nur seinen eigenen Namen schreiben konnte, eine Haskama von Rabbi Mosche erhalten konnte.

Das gleiche galt auch für Empfehlungsschreiben, Referenzschreiben oder Beglaubigungsschreiben für Bedürfnisse aller Art…. Oft hatten diese Schreiben wegen ihrer Häufigkeit nicht das gewünschte Gewicht. Rabbi Alpert wies darauf hin, dass Leute mit dem Vorwurf zu Rabbi Feinstein kamen, dass dieser seinem Namen durch diese Freizügigkeit verwässere.

Rabbi Alpert erklärt, dass es zwei  Konzepte gibt, die sich gegenseitig ausschliessen. Chesed (Barmherzigkeit) und Emes (Wahrheit). Chesed wird ohne Überlegen und Nachdenken ausgeübt – nur so als Gefallen oder als gute Tat. Wahrheit ist hingegen ein absoluter Wert – recht oder unrecht, wahr oder falsch.

Es ist kein Zufall, dass das Wort Chessed immer vor dem Wort Emes in der Tora erwähnt wird. [z.B. Berejschit 24:49, Schemot 34:6, Jehoschua 2:14] Würde Emes Chesed vorangestellt, so würden wir nie zu Chesed kommen. Wenn unser Lebensdogma immer die ‚Wahrheit‘ wäre, so würde niemand Barmherzigkeit empfangen. Keine Schule erhielte Unterstützung, keine Institution bekäme eine Spende, keinem Armen würde die Hand gereicht werden, keiner bekäme ein positives Beglaubigungsschreiben. Niemand kann einer Prüfung der absoluten Wahrheit standhalten. Der einzige Zugang im Leben muss sein, “und erweise mir Barmherzigkeit und Wahrheit.“[Berejschit 47:29]

Rabbi Mosches Lebenseinstellung war es, dass die natürliche Reaktion eines Menschen als erstes Chesed sein muss. Erst im Nachhinein, kann diese durch Emes korrigiert werden. Die anfängliche Haltung muss jedoch Chesed wiederspiegeln.

Als Pharaos Tochter den Korb aufhob, erblickte sie als erstes ein weinendes Kind mit dem dringenden Bedürfnis nach Hilfe. Wenn sie sich zuerst die Frage nach dem wer, was, woher und warum gestellt hätte, so hätte ihre Barmherzigkeit sich nie entfalten können. Dies ist die Lehre dieses Passuks.

Der Midrasch besagt, dass Mosche (Moses) zehn verschiedene Namen hatte; Vater, Mutter, Geschwister, Verwandte und das Volk gaben ihm  Namen. G’tt aber verwendete aber  immer den Namen, den Batja, die Tochter Pharaos, ihm gegeben hatte. Dies unterstreicht die Belohnung, welche denen gebührt, die barmherzig sind.

Was war Batjas Zugang mit dem sie diese Belohnung verdiente? ‚Du siehst ein weinendes Kind sei barmherzig und stelle nachher Fragen. Später kannst du innehalten und fragen: ‚Wer ist er? ‚Ein Jude.‘‘

Das war Batjas Geisteshaltung und die Geisteshaltung, die sie an Mosche weitergab. Aus diesem Grund muss ein jüdischer Führer den ‚Chesed‘ dem ‚Emes‘ voranstellen. Würde man dem ‚Emes‘ den Vortritt lassen, so würde man nie zu ‚Chesed‘ gelangen.
Der Schlüssel zur Offenbarung: Warum wird er nicht vom Feuer aufgezehrt?

Rabbi Alpert weist auf eine weitere tiefgründige Geschichte hin. Es geht um Mosche und den brennenden Busch. “Ich will hingehen und diese wunderbare Erscheinung betrachten. Warum wird der Dornbusch nicht aufgezehrt?“[3:3] Gleich danach geschieht eines der historisch bedeutendsten Ereignisse: G’tt erscheint Mosche zum ersten Mal.

Darin liegt eine Botschaft –  Eine Botschaft wie man den Weg zum Glauben an G’tt (zur Emunah) findet.

Wie kann man zum Bewusstsein gelangen, dass ein Schöpfer dieser Welt existiert?

Diese uralte Frage beschäftigt die Menschheit seit jeher. Wie weiss man, dass G’tt existiert? Nach dem jüdischen Glauben, ist jeder verpflichtet an die Existenz G’ttes zu glauben. Das geht jeden an. Unabhängig ob er einen überdurchschnittlichen IQ hat oder nicht. Unabhängig ob er ein grosser Philosoph ist oder nicht. Unabhängig ob er ein hohes intellektuelles Niveau erreicht hat oder nicht. Wie erreicht man ein solches Bewusstsein?

Dieser Vers sagt uns, wie Mosche dieses Bewusstsein erlangte. Mosche kam zu diesem Schluss wegen einer Frage, die er nicht beantworten konnte. Es war keine schwierige Frage. Auch war es keine tiefgründige Frage. Es war eine einfache Frage, die sich jeder hätte stellen können. Warum verbrennt dieser Busch nicht? G’tt erschien ihm unmittelbar, nachdem er sich diese Frage gestellt hatte.

Welche Lehre können wir daraus ziehen?

Der beste Beweis für G’ttes Existenz, ist, dass wir immer noch da sind. Die Frage lautet: ‚Warum verbrennt der Busch nicht?‘ Wie kann ein Busch ein solches Inferno schadlos überstehen?‘ Die Antwort zu dieser Frage ist, und G’tt sprach …‘, d.h.  weil G’tt existiert.

Der Geschichte nach, soll Friedrich der Grosse an seinem Hof nach einem unumstösslichen Beweis für die Existenz G’ttes verlangt haben. Die Antwort soll ihm in nur zwei Worten überbracht worden sein: ‚die Juden‘.

G’tt existiert und er beschützt sein auserwähltes Volk. Deshalb verstehen wir, dass der Busch (das Jüdische Volk) nicht verbrennt.

Warum ist also dieser kleine Dornbusch nicht verbrannt? Wir sind ein winziges, kleines Volk, das während tausenden von Jahren verfolgt wurde. Wir haben nie einen Sputnik oder einen Mann ins All geschickt. Warum verbrennt der Busch nicht? Die einzige Antwort dazu muss sein: Weil es einen G’tt im Himmel gibt. Dazu braucht es keine grosse intellektuelle Leistung.

Quellen und Persönlichkeiten:
Rabbi Mosche Feinstein (1895 – 1986): Rosch Jeschiwa von Mesivta Tiferet Jerusalem, New York. Einer der grössten zeitgenössischen halachischen Autoritäten
Rav Nissan Alpert: Rav der Agudah Long Island in Far Rockaway und Lehrer an der Jeschiwat ‚Rabbenu Jitzchak Elchanan‘. Verschied kurz nach Rabbi Mosche Feinstein im Jahr 1986.

 

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Shiur Rab David Perets : Haftara Perasha Shemot 5775

07.01.2015

Rab Mijael Perets – parashat shemot, Moshe rabenu era especial

 Rab Mijael Perets – parashat shemot, y Moshe nacio con lo bueno

05.01.2015

Shemot – Tutto è nelle Tue Mani!

03.01.2015

Parashat Shemot el Gran Rabino Alfredo Goldschmdit

Judaísmo Estudo – Parashat Shemot 5770 Rabino Avraham Chachamovits

Nace el Redentor de Israel – Shemot 5772

“Nace el Redentor de Israel” Shemot – Éxodo 5772 primera parte
Parashá de la semana por el rabino Itzjak Ginsburgh shlita
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Shemot – Estudios de la Parasha

Todo Acerca del Nombre Hebreo – Halajá en la Parashá Parshat Shemot

10.01.2012
¿Qué hay en un nombre Judío? ¿Qué efecto tiene sobre la persona? ¿Cuando se agraga un nombre? ¿Qué nombre se usa cuando se reza por un enfermo? ¿Y cuando se reza por un enfermo gentil? ¿Cual es la particularidad de la lengua hebrea? Y mucho más.

El significado de los nombres en el judaísmo y sus implicancias prácticas.

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06.01.2010
Mensaje de Parashat Shemot,
Rabino Yosef Slavin,
Jabad Lubavitch,
Caracas, Venezuela

Parashat Shemot

01.01.2010
El Rabino David Tabachnik, Director de los Institutos Unidos Ariel, comenta en la parashá de la semana la caída del pueblo de Israel en la esclavitud en Egipto y la emergencia de la figura de Moises como líder y libertador.
28/12/07

Parashat Shemot

Parashat Shemot ¿Quién fue tu profesor favorito?

Revolución Femenina

10.01.2012
Mensaje de Parashat Shemot,
Rabino Yosef Slavin,
Jabad Lubavitch,
Caracas, Venezuela

Infância dificil como um indicador de potencial – Parashat Shmot Rony Bisker

08.01.2010
Aula sobre Parashat Shemot – como a infância dificil pode ser um impulso para o crescimento de uma grande pessoa

Parashat Shemot

Parashat Shmot

Shemot 5772: Multiple opcion para leer los textos de tu vida

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Clase de Torá, sobre la parashá de la semana Behar. Brindada por el Rabino Nissán Ben Avraham, descendiente de chuetas que retornó al judaísmo y se desempeña hoy día como enviado de Shavei Israel en España. Para más información sobre las actividades de Shavei Israel http://www.shavei.org, blog para Bnei Anusim http://www.casa-anusim.org

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Parshat Shemot: Exile By Orit Riter

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Parshat Shemot – Pay It Back: An Attitude of Gratitude – Dana Sicherman, Atlantic Seaboard NCSY

05.01.2015
In this week’s parsha, a new pharaoh has entirely forgotten about Joseph’s legacy and his good governance. This lack of memory and gratitude sets in motion the enslavement of the Hebrews in Egypt.
But that’s old news. When she was on a semester in Israel, Dana Sicherman, director of Institutional Advancement for Atlantic Seaboard NCSY, was introduced to her distant cousins. She was bowled over by their love and caring, how they showed gratitude for chessed her grandmother had done for their grandfather back in Russia. Learn about the lasting influence of this core Jewish value!

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Parshat Shemot: Holy Ground

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Parshat Shemot, Mrs. Shira Smiles examines Hashem’s command to Moshe not to come closer to the burning bush, and to remove his shoes, because the ground he is on is holy. &nbsp;Mrs. Smiles discusses the Ramban’s question of why the ground Moshe was on was holy, if the shechina was resting only on the burning bush? &nbsp;Mrs. Smiles goes on to explore what the taking off the shoes is about, what the idea of holy ground is about, and what the message is for our own lives. &nbsp;This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.

Cryptic Concealment Parshat Shemot

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In this class (shiur) Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses Parshat ShemotAvailable online in streaming video, and for download in mp3 and mp4 (Ipod video) formats

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Thoughts on Parashat Shemot – Rachel Friedman

Rachel Friedman shares her insights on Parashat Shemot. This parsha video is sponsored by Bethia Straus and Paul Quintas in honor of the bat mitzvah of Rebecca Gila Quintas

Thoughts on Parashat Shemot – Tammy Jacobowitz

Tammy Jacobowitz shares her insights on Parashat Shemot

Parshat Shemot: Reluctant Messenger

Available on naaleh.com at:http://www.naaleh.com/viewclass/1519/…

In this Torah shiur (class) on Parshat Shemot, Mrs. Chana Prero
dissects the episode of the Burning Bush, Hashem’s command to Moshe,
and Moshe’s refusal.&nbsp; This Torah shiur does not assume any previous
knowledge of Hebrew or experience with Biblical texts.&nbsp; This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.

Parshat Shemot: The Immortal Donkey?

Available on naaleh.com at:http://www.naaleh.com/viewclass/2377/…

In this Torah shiur (class) on Parshat Shemot, Mrs. Chana Prero analyzes Moshe’s actions after he leaves the burning bush.&nbsp; This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats

Parshat Shemot: Batya, Devoted Daughter

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Parshat Shemot, Mrs. Shira Smiles focuses on Batya, Pharaoh’s daughter, who offers insight into our own lives.&nbsp; This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.

Parshat Shemot: Holy Ground

Available on naaleh.com at:http://www.naaleh.com/viewclass/2918/…

In this Torah shiur (class) on Parshat Shemot, Mrs. Shira Smiles examines Hashem’s command to Moshe not to come closer to the burning bush, and to remove his shoes, because the ground he is on is holy. &nbsp;Mrs. Smiles discusses the Ramban’s question of why the ground Moshe was on was holy, if the shechina was resting only on the burning bush? &nbsp;Mrs. Smiles goes on to explore what the taking off the shoes is about, what the idea of holy ground is about, and what the message is for our own lives. &nbsp;This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.

Shabbat Today (Video Edition): Shemot

What makes a place holy? Debby Lewis, Anshe Emet Synagogue’s Ritual Director, explores the subtle nuances to this deceptively simple question in the latest Video Edition of Shabbat Today.

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How is doing a voluntary mitzvah like wearing a snazzy outfit? Parshat …. Rabbi Ari Strulowitz

Parshat Vayikra opens the third book of Torah by outlining korban, burnt offerings. Rabbi Ari Strulowitz of Midwest NCSY, interprets the wording of the second verse: “a man from AMONG you brings a sacrifice.”
While some mitzvot are must-do’s but many others are voluntary, and so perhaps this sacrifice is a voluntary one. Why does this matter? Find out!

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Right and wrong, good and evil; they are all clear cut examples of choices. But as Rachael explains, life is not always a choice between two options.

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PARENTING: On Loan

On Loan
Iyar 20, 5774 · May 20, 2014

 

Children have a way of pushing buttons.

And when they push a certain button at a certain time with a certain degree of intensity, the result may be the desire to give that child the punishment he deserves.

A chassid once wrote to the Rebbe that he had a hard time restraining himself from hitting his child, even though that was not the way he wanted to raise him.

The Rebbe responded, “Imagine if this was your neighbor’s child. Would you ever consider lifting your hand to another’s child?”

In truth, our children are not our own. They were entrusted to our care as a loan, given to us by G‑d to raise and care for.

When Chanah, the mother of Samuel the prophet, was thanking G‑d for her child after many years of infertility, she said, “This is the child that I prayed for, for G‑d has given me what I asked for.” The Hebrew word for asked, sha’alah, can also mean “borrowed.”

Chana was cognizant that this precious son that she was to care for was not her own, but rather a loan that G‑d had entrusted to her.

Thoughtstream: Today, I will take care of my child carefully and lovingly, for G‑d has entrusted me with the most precious loan.

(Adapted from Torat Menachem 5744, vol. 1, p. 159.)

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WEEKLY ALIYOT: Parshat Shemot

Tevet 16, 5775 · January 7, 2015
Shemot Aliya Summary

General Overview: This week’s Torah reading, Shemot, begins the Book of Exodus. Pharaoh issues harsh decrees against the Israelites, beginning decades of Jewish suffering and slavery. Moses is born and raised in the Egyptian royal palace. After killing an Egyptian, Moses escapes to Midian and marries. G‑d appears to him in a burning bush and demands that he return to Egypt to redeem the Israelites. Moses returns to Egypt with the intention of freeing the Jewish people.


First Aliyah: Jacob’s sons all died. Jacob’s descendents in Egypt, however, were “fruitful and swarmed and increased and became very very strong.” A new Pharaoh arose, and he resolved to find a solution to the “Israelite problem.” He proposed to afflict the Israelites and impose slave labor upon them, thus preventing them from multiplying. He implemented the plan, and the Israelites were forced to construct storage cities for Pharaoh. “But as much as they would afflict them, so did they multiply and so did they gain strength.” Pharaoh then summoned the Hebrew midwives and instructed them to kill all the Hebrew sons that they delivered. The righteous midwives feared G‑d, however, and defied Pharaohs order.


Second Aliyah: Pharaoh called the midwives to task for not following orders. They answered that the Hebrew women were skilled in midwifery and delivered their babies before they even arrived. G‑d rewarded the midwives for their bravery. Pharaoh then commanded the Egyptians to cast all newborn male Israelites into the Nile. Moses was born. His mother, who feared for her baby’s life, put him into a waterproofed basket and set him afloat in the Nile. Pharaoh’s daughter came to bathe, and took the child as her own. Moses’ sister Miriam, who observed the entire episode, offered to bring a Hebrew nursemaid for the child, and when Pharaoh’s daughter agreed to the suggestion, Miriam called the child’s mother. Moses’ mother nursed the child and after he was weaned brought him back to Pharaoh’s daughter.


Third Aliyah: Moses was raised in Pharaoh’s palace. When he matured, he went out one day and saw an Egyptian smiting a Hebrew. Moses slew the Egyptian. Word of his deed reached Pharaoh, and Moses was compelled to flee. He escaped to Midian where he married Zipporah, the daughter of Jethro. They gave birth to a son, Gershom. Back in Egypt, meanwhile, the plight of the Israelite slaves was worsening. They cried out to G‑d, and He remembered the covenant He had made with their forefathers.


Fourth Aliyah: Moses was shepherding Jethro’s flocks in the wilderness when he arrived at the “mountain of G‑d.” There he saw a bush burning, yet it was not being consumed by the fire. When he approached to investigate the phenomenon, G‑d called out to him. G‑d declared that He has seen the Israelites’ afflictions, and has decided to deliver them from their Egyptian masters.


Fifth Aliyah: G‑d gave Moses specific instructions: He was to gather the Israelite elders and inform them that G‑d had remembered them and would now rescue them from Egypt and bring them to a Land of Milk and Honey. Then he was to approach Pharaoh and request permission to leave along with the Israelites. G‑d informed Moses that Pharaoh would not accede to this request – but the redemption would come nonetheless, after G‑d will smite Egypt with a strong arm. At that point the Israelites would leave with much riches. G‑d gave Moses three miracles to perform before the Israelites to prove that he was sent by G‑d. When Moses protested that he was not suited to be G‑d’s messenger due to his speech impediment, G‑d assigned his brother Aaron to be his spokesperson.


Sixth Aliyah: Moses took his wife and two sons and headed for Egypt. G‑d charged Moses to warn Pharaoh: “So said G‑d, ‘My firstborn son is Israel. So I say to you, send out My son so that he will worship Me. And if you refuse to send him out, behold, I will slay your firstborn son.'” En route to Egypt, Moses’ wife rescued her husband from divine wrath by performing a circumcision on their son. Moses met Aaron, who had come from Egypt to greet him, and together they went to Egypt, gathered the elders and performed the wondrous signs that G‑d had given Moses.


Seventh Aliyah: Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh and presented G‑d’s demand. Pharaoh mocked the request and instructed the Egyptian taskmasters to increase the Israelite slaves’ workload. The Israelites were unable to meet Pharaoh’s new demands, and were viciously beaten as a result. Moses addressed G‑d: “Why have You mistreated this people? Why have You sent me? Since I have come to Pharaoh to speak in Your name, he has mistreated this people, and You have not saved Your people.” G‑d responded: “Now you will see what I will do to Pharaoh, for with a mighty hand he will send them out…”

GARDEN OF TORAH: Challenge, Growth, and Transition (Shemot)

Tevet 17, 5775 · January 8, 2015
Challenge, Growth, and Transition
Shmos; Exodus 1:1 – 6:1

Adapted from
Likkutei Sichos, Vol. III, 843ff; Vol. XVI, p. 36ff;
Vol. XXVI, p. 301ff;
Sefer HaSichos 5751, p. 240ff

Confronting Challenge

On one hand, people shy away from challenges. There is a danger of failure were there not, it would not be a challenge and no one likes to fail. On the other hand, we seek challenge, for confronting a challenge lifts us out of the doldrums of ordinary experience.

Similar concepts apply with regard to our Divine service. G-d does not want our Divine service to be merely routine. And so, He presents us with challenges. Some of these challenges are limited in scope, and some are more daunting, forcing us to summon up our deepest resources.

This is the nature of the challenge of exile. During the Era of the Beis HaMikdash, the open revelation of G-dliness inspired Jews to serve G-d with heightened feeling and intent. In the era of exile, by contrast, G-dliness is hidden, and we are presented with many obstacles to our observance of the Torah and its mitzvos. We can no longer rely on our environment to deepen our feeling for G-dliness. Instead, our focus must become internal. In this manner, exile arouses our deepest spiritual resources,1 and strengthens our connection to G-d.

The Paradox of Exile

These concepts are reflected in our Torah reading, which describes the successive descents experienced by the Jewish people in Egypt. As long as Yosef and his brothers lived, the Jews enjoyed prosperity and security. But with the death of the last of Yaakov’s sons came forced labor,2 the casting of Jewish infants into the Nile, and other acts of cruelty. Even after Moshe brought the promise of redemption, the oppression of the Jewish people worsened, to the extent that Moshe himself cried out:3 “Since I came to Pharaoh to speak in Your name, he has done evil to this people.”

Nevertheless, the Torah reading also tells how the Jews cried out to G-d, awakening His attention.4 In response, G-d conveyed the promise of Redemption and His pledge that, “when you take this people out of Egypt, you will serve G-d on this mountain,”5 i.e., G-d committed Himself to give the Jews the Torah. This revealed the possibility of a higher and deeper bond with G-d than could have been reached before.

The Story of a Name

These two polarities are reflected in the name of the reading, Shmos, which means “names.” There are two dimensions to a person’s name. On one hand, it represents the external aspects of one’s being, as apparent from the fact that a person’s name is necessary only insomuch as he relates to others. For himself, he does not require a name. Moreover, several individuals with totally different personalities can share the same name, demonstrating that, on the surface at least, a person’s name does not describe who he or she is.6

Nevertheless, as the Alter Rebbe writes in Tanya,7 a name represents an entity’s nature and life-force. It is a channel that allows this inner nature to be expressed.8 This is not merely a theoretical concept; it affects a person’s day-to-day conduct. We see that when a person is called by name, he turns to the caller with attention. For many people, no sound is dearer than that of their own name. Moreover, we find that when a person faints, it is often possible to rouse him by merely whispering his name in his ear.

To relate these observations to the concepts of exile and redemption: As long as what is revealed is merely the external dimension of the Jews’ name, it is possible for them to be subjugated by worldly powers. But when the essence of the Jews’ name, Yisrael, is expressed, there is no potential for exile. For the name Yisrael indicates that we “contended with G-d and with men and prevailed.”9

This points to the fundamental difference between exile and redemption. For exile does not represent a change in the essence of our relationship with G-d. From His perspective, even in exile we are “[His] children, and to change [us] for another nation, [He] cannot.”10 And with regard to the Jewish people, on the verse,11 “I am asleep, but my heart is awake,” our Sages comment:12 “Although I am sleeping in exile, my heart is awake for the Holy One, blessed be He.”

What is the difference between exile and redemption? Whether “our name is being called” and we are responding, i.e., whether this relationship is openly expressed or concealed.13

Destiny and Direction

There is nothing random about the cycle of exile and redemption; it is a Divinely ordained process. G-d desired that the Jews reach higher peaks of Divine service, and so He structured the challenges of exile to compel us to express our deepest spiritual potential. And He gave us the ability to overcome these challenges.

This is alluded to in the Torah’s mention of the names of the tribes at the beginning of the reading. Our Sages explain14 that this is an example of how deeply G-d cherishes our people. “Since they are like stars, He called each of them by name.”

In Torah law,15 we find the principle: “An important entity can never be nullified.” By repeating the names of the Jewish people,16 the Torah emphasizes how important they are to G-d, and ensures that their existence will not by nullified by exile.

The Torah mentions, not the name of our people as a whole, but rather the names of each of the tribes, for each tribe represents a different approach to Divine service. In doing so, it endows not only the essence of the Jewish people, but also our various individual approaches, with the strength to endure exile, and grow through this experience.

From Exile to Redemption

The cycle of Jewish exile and redemption is significant for the world at large. The purpose of creation is to establish a dwelling for G-d.17 This dwelling is fashioned by the involvement of the Jewish people in different aspects of worldly experience. During exile, the Jews are scattered into different lands and brought into contact with diverse cultures. As such, as the challenge of exile brings the Jews to a deeper connection with G-d, it also elevates their surroundings, making manifest the G-dliness which permeates our world.

The saga of exile and redemption is not merely a story of the past. On the contrary, heralds of the final transition from exile and redemption are affecting all dimensions of existence today. To borrow an expression from the Previous Rebbe:18 “Everything is ready for the Redemption; even the buttons have been polished.” All that is necessary is that we open our eyes, recognize Mashiach’s influence, and create a means for it to encompass mankind.19

TORAH STUDIES: Parshat Shemot

Tevet 16, 5775 · January 7, 2015
Shemot

In this Sidra, when G-d asks Moses to undertake the mission of redeeming the Israelites from Egypt, Moses replies, “Send, I pray You, by the hand of whom You will send.” The Midrash interprets this to be a plea for the Messiah to be sent in his place. What is the connection between Moses and the Messiah—the past and future redeemers? And what is the difference between them, that each was given a separate mission? The Rebbe answers these questions, and explains their significance in the life of the individual Jew.

1. The Two Redeemers

After G-d has repeatedly asked Moses to return to Egypt and lead the Jewish people out of their captivity, Moses finally says,1 “Send, I pray You, by the hand of whom You will send.” The Midrash2 says on this verse, “(Moses) said before Him, ‘Master of the Universe, send, I pray You, by the hand of whom You will send’—by the hand of the Messiah who will be the future redeemer.” But this request of Moses was not granted, for it was he, specifically, whom G-d wanted to deliver Israel from Egypt.

It can be inferred from the Midrash that there is a special connection between Moses and the Messiah, and it was because of this that Moses wanted the Messiah himself to be sent to Egypt. Nonetheless, the redemption from Egypt was the task of Moses; the mission of the Messiah belongs to the final exile.

The similarity which they share (in virtue of which they have been given similar tasks—redemption from exile) is indicated in the Rabbinic saying:3 “Moses was the first and he will be the last redeemer.” This does not mean that Moses in person will be the Messiah (since he was a Levite, and the Messiah, who will be a descendant of David,4will be from the tribe of Judah); but rather that the redemptive power of the Messiah will be drawn from Moses.

The reason is that the first and major virtue of the Messiah will be Torah (according to Rambam,5 he will be steeped in it); from this, his redemptive strength will be drawn; and the Torah is called “the Torah of Moses.”6 Likewise, the power of Israel to bring the Messiah derives from the service articulated in the Torah.

This inner connection between Moses and the Messiah is alluded to in the verse7 “And the scepter shall not depart from Judah… until Shiloh come (ad ki-yavo Shilo).” This is taken to refer to the Messiah, because the words “yavo Shiloh” and “Mashiach” (“Shiloh come” and “Messiah”) are numerically equivalent.8 The same equivalence also applies to the words “Shiloh” and “Moses” so that the coming of the Messiah is related to Moses. In addition, “yavo” (“come”) has the same numerical value as “echad” (“one”). Thus we can state the equivalence: “Messiah = Moses + One,” and its meaning is that the Messiah will be brought by service which has the attribute of “Oneness”; and the power to achieve this is transmitted through Moses.9

2. Descent For the Sake of Ascent

How are we to understand this?

The Rabbis said: When the world was created, everything was in a state of perfection.10 But after the sin of the Tree of Knowledge, when the serpent infected Eve with impurity,11 man and the world fell from perfection until the Giving of the Torah; for when Israel were at Mt. Sinai the “spirit of impurity” departed.12 But it returned with the sin of the Golden Calf,13 and it remains in the world until the Messianic Age when the promise will be fulfilled to remove (utterly destroy) impurity;14 and the world will be ultimately purified and cleansed.

It is a general principle in Judaism that every fall is for the sake of some ascent;15 and subsequent ascent is higher than the state before the fall. Hence the state ushered in by the Giving of the Torah was higher than that which preceded Eve’s sin. And by implication the Messianic Age will be superior to the time of the Giving of the Torah.

A twofold movement creates this achievement of hitherto unreached heights: A descent of light (revelation, spiritual power) from its source in the infinite; and a corresponding ascent of Israel and the world.

We find this in the Giving of the Torah. Even though the strength to fulfill Divine commandments preceded it (Adam had 6 commandments, Noah 7, extra ones were given to each of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,16 and the Fathers kept the whole Torah before it was given17), not only was greater strength given at the time of the Giving of the Torah, but a new power, different in kind from all that had existed before, was given to Israel when the relation of chosenness between them and G-d began (“and You have chosen us”18). This was a revelation of G-d’s essence; something that had not been disclosed in revelation before.

Likewise, the elevation of Israel and the world was unprecedented—in the inwardness and intensity of their purification. Hence their subsequent degradation, in committing the sin of the Golden Calf, was not so great. Thus, although its effects (the presence of impurity) remain visible today, still, the effects of the Giving of the Torah are evident.

3. The Messianic Age

In a similar way, the elevation that will belong to the Messianic Age—when the Messiah will teach his Torah to all Israel19—will be correspondingly greater than that of the Giving of the Torah;20 and this in two ways:

(i) In the Divine revelation. For though at Sinai it was so intense that they could see it with their physical senses, it was only like the Messianic revelation21 (when “the Glory of the L-rd will be revealed”)22 and not equal to it.

(ii) In the elevation of Israel. Whereas at Sinai the spirit of impurity departed, it remained in potential and reappeared with the sin of the Golden Calf. But in the Messianic time it will be destroyed and consumed forever. The whole essential nature of the world itself will be changed; not temporarily altered by specific Divine intervention from Above.

4. The Task of Exile

Since every elevation must be preceded by a fall, the fall is a necessary preparation for it. It is the service in the time of the fall (while its effects persist) which brings about the elevation. The service of the Fathers, and the catharsis of the “iron furnace”23 of Egypt, brought the Giving of the Torah. And likewise, the Messiah will be brought by our continual service in exile to purify the whole essence of the world.24

5. The Meaning of “One”

This can be understood by first understanding a well-known difficulty25 about the Shema. Why does it say, “the L-rd is One” and not “the L-rd is unique?” For “one” is an attribute of a countable thing; it is compatible with a second. But “unique” rules out the possibility of another.

The explanation is this: The true Oneness of G-d is not perceived merely by denying at the outset the existence of anything besides Him (“uniqueness”—world-denying attitude); but rather by perceiving in the midst of the physical world that it has no existence in itself, by feeling in the context of a worldly existence that it is in one with (united with) G-d.

The word “one” itself suggests this. Its letters in Hebrew (echad: alef, chet, daled) have the numerical values, 1, 8, 4.
8 symbolizes, as it were, the seven heavens and the earth, and 4, the four directions. All these are emanations from 1 (alef) the Source and Master (aluf) of the world.26 In other words, the perception of Oneness must not be a spiritual one alone, but one which permeates one’s whole view of the physical world and is realized in it.

6. Torah and the Transformation of the World

But how can it be that this world whose nature is (and whose name in Hebrew means) the “concealment”27 of G-dliness, should be receptive to a revelation within it of the Aluf (Master, One) of the universe?

For this purpose, to make the world a fit dwelling-place for G-d, Israel was given the Torah and the commandments.

At Sinai, it was not merely that they were given so that through them the world should be purified and refined; but also the accompanying revelation transmitted the power by which this could be done.

At the moment when the Torah was given, the whole world was entirely nullified in the face of the revelation—even “the birds did not sing and the earth was silent”28—but this was a force from above rather than from within (and hence it was not a permanent state).

Butfrom this was derived the world’s power to become refined itself, and hence become a fitting receptacle for a yet higher revelation.

7. Moses and the Messiah

Now we can understand why the Messiah = Moses + One. For the Messiah will be brought by the service which makes the Oneness manifest, and the power to do this was given through the hand of Moses.

Hence the inner connection between Moses and the Messiah: The latter will be brought by powers transmitted through the former. And hence also their difference: The exile to and liberation from Egypt was for the sake of the Giving of the Torah,29 and this was to give Israel the power to purify themselves and the world. The task of the Messiah is to complete this process, and to innovate the subsequent service, when the purity of the world is complete.

8. “Oneness” and the Individual

Man is a microcosm of the world.30 And this cosmic process finds its echo in every man at all times: When he works and performs his service until evening; and entrusts his soul to G-d at night; and next day is made new again,31 and begins a new service.

The service of the day begins with prayer and Torah. Through them a man receives the strength to serve (the G-dly spirit is diffused through his whole being by prayer) and to overcome the inclination to evil (through Torah which instructs him in the right course of action). Then he is able to enact this service in the practical world (to the extent that, as Rambam says,32 “his wisdom is manifest in his eating and drinking”). His worldly existence (the chet and daled of echad) is subordinated to his Divine wisdom (alef); a recognition of Oneness permeates his physical actions.

Then, when his day of service is over, he makes a spiritual reckoning of his day’s actions and rededicates his task to G-d. He says, “Into Your hands I entrust my soul… G-d of Truth,” and Truth itself is Oneness. For the Hebrew word for truth is emet—the first, middle and last letters of the alef bet,33 reminding us that G-d is He who has said, “I am the First and I am the Last, and besides Me there is no god.”34 There is no reality which does not emanate from Him, for when the alef (the One) is removed from emet, the word becomes met, “death,” the absence of life.35

Just as the Torah (through the hand of Moses) gives the world the power to bring the Messiah, so it gives each and every individual the power to refine his own life and environment, and so hasten the Messianic Age.36

(Source: Likkutei Sichot, Vol. XI pp. 8-13)

PARSHAH PICKS: What Are You Needed For? (Shemot)

Tevet 16, 5775 · January 7, 2015
General Overview:

 

This week’s Torah reading, Shemot, begins the Book of Exodus. Pharaoh issues harsh decrees against the Israelites, beginning decades of Jewish suffering and slavery. Moses is born and raised in the Egyptian royal palace. After killing an Egyptian, Moses escapes to Midian and marries. G‑d appears to him in a burning bush and demands that he return to Egypt to redeem the Israelites. Moses returns to Egypt with the intention of freeing the Jewish people.

 

This Week’s Features  

By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
THE PARSHAH

Exodus 1:1–6:1

Pharaoh enslaves the Hebrews, and orders all male babies killed. Moses is born, placed in a basket on the Nile, and discovered and raised by Batyah, Pharaoh’s daughter. Moses leaves the palace and discovers his brethren’s hardship. G‑d appears to him in a burning bush, and sends him to advocate for the Israelites’ freedom.

COLUMNISTS
Of all the portions in the Torah, Shemot most clearly illustrates the strength of the Jewish woman.

By Ahava Spillman

A summary of Sefer Shemot

A chronological overview of the book of Exodus: enslavement, ten plagues, freedom, splitting of the sea, the Torah at Mount Sinai, the golden calf and the Tabernacle.

By Menachem Posner
Often, the best response to adversity is to break out of our comfort zones and extend a helping hand to another person with love and gratitude for all the good that we have.

By Shaul Wertheimer
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Pharaoh issued a merciless decree to drown the newborn Jewish boys. What was his scheming plan for the girls?

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The Mitzvah of Pidyon HaBen

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How to Study Torah – Shemot

When G-d charges Moses with the task of leading the Jews out of Egypt, Moses asks G-d what His name is and G-d responds, “I will be what I will be.” How does this cryptic answer help us understand the problem of evil and suffering?

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FOR FRIDAY NIGHT: Thrown into the River (Shemot)

 

Tevet 17, 5775 · January 8, 2015
Thrown into the River

Our Parshah tells of the harshness of the ancient Egyptian aggression against the Jewish people. First they were enslaved. Then there was a new, cruel decree: “any boy who is born should be thrown into the river” (Exodus 1:22).

The Sages explain that, like everything in the Torah, this command to throw the Jewish children into the Nile can be understood on several levels. One, of course, is the literal meaning of the physical threat. Another level of meaning has direct relevance to us today.

In Egyptian life the Nile River was seen, quite naturally, as the source of the great prosperity of the land. With reliable regularity the Nile would overflow its banks, providing water for the irrigation for the fertile Nile valley, the basis of the Egyptian economy. For this reason the river was worshipped as an idol.

The idea that the Jewish children should be thrown into the Nile therefore implies a change in the orientation of the Jewish people and of their perspective on the world. They had come from the Land of Israel where the crops depended on the infrequent and irregular rainfall. Everyone was aware that G‑d controlled the rain. So people prayed to G‑d… Now however in Egypt, they were being “thrown into the River”.

Instead of seeing G‑d as the source of their sustenance, the Jews would now perceive only apparently reliable, natural forces. They would feel themselves to be totally dependant on the natural, regular flow of the Nile rather than on G‑d, the Creator of the Universe.

They would no longer pray to G‑d to help them in their endeavors to make a living. They would simply rely confidently on the natural power of the Egyptian river. This would be a deeper, spiritual level of slavery. It would affect not the bodies of the Jews, but their souls…

The physical slavery of Egypt is a thing of the ancient past. However, the threat of the spiritual form of slavery is still with us. So every year we read again the account of how we became slaves in Egypt, and the way Moses inspired in us a subtle change of perspective: the awareness that Nature is merely an instrument of G‑d, Who alone rules the world.

Through this knowledge, both then and now, we gain our freedom.1

COMMENT: Moses: The Birth of a Leader

Moses: The Birth of a Leader
Tevet 13, 5775 · January 4, 2015

The parshah of Shemot is the story of a galut – of the exile and enslavement of the Children of Israel in Egypt, which our sages regard as the father and prototype of all subsequent exiles and persecutions of the Jewish people. It is also the story of the making of the quintessential Jewish leader, Moses.

Everything the Torah tells us about Moses is a lesson in Jewish leadership. We are told that Moses’ mother, Jocheved, was born “between the boundary walls” of Egypt when Jacob’s family first arrived there. This, explains the Lubavitcher Rebbe, means that Jocheved belongs neither to the “old generation” born in the Holy Land, to whom galut will always be a foreign and unknowable world; nor is she of the generation born in Egypt, to whom the state of exile is a most natural and obvious fact of life. Rather, she straddles both these worlds, meaning that she has intimate knowledge of the circumstance ofgalut as well as the transcendent vision to supersede it. So Jocheved is the woman in whose womb could be formed, and under whose tutelage could develop, the one who could redeem the Children of Israel from their exile.

The circumstances of Moses’ birth are a lesson in the selflessness demanded of the leader. Jocheved and Amram had separated when Pharaoh decreed that all newborn Hebrew males be cast in the Nile. Their eldest daughter, Miriam, rebuked them: “Your decree is worse than Pharaoh’s: Pharaoh decreed to annihilate the males, and your action shall spell the end of all Jewish children.” Amram and Jocheved realized that, as leaders whose actions will be emulated by others, they had to rise above the personal danger and anguish involved in fathering Jewish children in these terrible times. The result of their remarriage was the birth of Moses.

Infancy and Childhood

When Moses is born, the “house was filled with light” attesting to his future as the enlightener of humanity. But right away this light has to be hidden, for he, as all Hebrew newborn males, lives in perpetual fear of discovery by Pharaoh’s baby killers. Then he is placed in the Nile, precariously protected only by a reed basket, sharing, if only in potential, the fate of his fellow babes cast into its waters.

Here we have a further lesson in leadership: the leader cannot appear from “above,” but must share the fate of his people. This was the lesson which G-d Himself conveyed by first appearing to Moses in a thornbush: “I am with them in their affliction.”

But Moses’ placement in the Nile was not only a demonstration of empathy with the plight of Israel: it was also the first stage of their salvation. Our sages tell us that Pharaoh ordered all Hebrew male babies to be cast into the Nile because his astrologers told him that the savior of Israel will meet his end by water (this prediction was fulfilled many years later when Moses was prevented from entering the Holy Land because of the “Waters of Strife”). On the day that Moses was placed in the Nile, Pharaoh’s astrologers informed him that the one destined to redeem the people of Israel has already been cast into the water, and the decree was revoked. As a three-month-old infant, seemingly a passive participant in the events surrounding him, Moses was already fulfilling his role as a savior of his people.

Thanks to Miriam’s ingenious ploy, Moses is nursed and raised by his own mother in his early childhood. But then he is brought to Pharaoh’s palace to be raised as a member of the royal family. Moses must be both Hebrew slave and Egyptian prince. To lead his people, he must share their fate; to defeat the forces that enslave them, he must infiltrate the citadel of Egyptian royalty. He must “come to Pharaoh” (Exodus 10:1) and gain intimate knowledge of the essence of his power and vitality.

Defender of Israel

The first of Moses’ actions to be explicitly recounted by the Torah delineate two central tasks of the leader: to defend his people from external threat, and to safeguard their internal integrity.

On the day that Moses attains adulthood, he “goes out to his brothers” and “sees their affliction” – his years in Pharaoh’s palace have not inured him against affinity with this tribe of Hebrew slaves and sensitivity to their plight. He sees an Egyptian beating a Hebrew to death. He is compelled to act, sacrificing, with this single action, his privileged life as a member of the ruling class and binding his fate to that of his brethren.

The very next day Moses acts again, this time to intervene in a quarrel between two Jews. Seeing two of his brethren in conflict, he suddenly comprehends that the source of their enslavement is not the power of Egypt, but their own internal disunity, and that the key to their redemption lies in fostering a sense of mutual interdependency and responsibility among the members of the fledgling nation of Israel.

From these two demonstrations of leadership one would expect Moses to proceed directly to his ordained role as leader of Israel. But first he had to become a shepherd.

The Faithful Shepherd

For the role of a leader in Israel is not only to defend, redeem, preach and govern, but, also and primarily, to nurture. Moses is the savior of Israel and their teacher and legislator, but also their raaya meheimna – their “faithful shepherd” and “shepherd of faith” – meaning that he is the provider of their needs, both materially and spiritually, feeding their bodies with manna and feeding their souls with faith.

So Moses is driven from Egypt to faraway Midian to become a shepherd of Jethro’s sheep. The Midrash relates how another shepherd, David, learned the art of leadership by caring for his father’s flocks: he would have the small kids graze first on the tender tips of grass before allowing the older sheep and goats to feed on the middle portion of the stalks, and only afterwards releasing the strong, young rams to devour the tough roots. A leader cannot simply point the way and a teacher cannot simply teach; he must “shepherd” his flock, supplying to each guidance and knowledge in a manner that can be absorbed and digested by its recipient.

The Midrash also tells how, one day, a kid ran away from the flock under Moses’ care. Moses chased after it, until it came to a spring and began to drink. When Moses reached the kid he cried: “Oh, I did not know that you were thirsty!” He cradled the runaway kid in his arms and carried it to the flock. Said the Almighty: “You are merciful in tending sheep – you will tend My flock, the people of Israel.”

The Lubavitcher Rebbe points out that in addition to demonstrating Moses’ compassion, the incident holds another important lesson: Moses realized that the kid did not run away from the flock out of malice or wickedness – it was merely thirsty. By the same token, when a Jew alienates himself from his people, G-d forbid, it is only because he is thirsty. His soul thirsts for meaning in life, but the waters of Torah have eluded him. So he wanders about in foreign domains, seeking to quench his thirst.

When Moses understood this, he was able to become a leader of Israel. Only a shepherd who hastens not to judge the runaway kid, who is sensitive to the causes of its desertion, can mercifully lift it into his arms and bring it back home.

The Ultimate Sacrifice

After many years of leadership in the making, the stage is set. He was a Hebrew baby cast into the Nile, an infant at Jocheved’s breast, a young Egyptian prince, a fearless defender of his people, an equally fearless campaigner for Jewish unity, a shepherd in the wilderness. Then G-d revealed Himself to him in a burning bush to say: I have seen the affliction of My people, I have heard their cries, I know their sorrows. I’m sending you to redeem them. Go, take them out of Egypt, and bring them to Mount Sinai for their election as My chosen people.

Most amazingly, Moses refuses to go.

He doesn’t just refuse – for seven days and seven nights he argues with G-d, presenting every conceivable excuse to decline his commission, until “G-d’s anger burned against Moses.”

First came the excuse of humility: “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh, and that I should bring the children of Israel out of Egypt?”

G-d ends all debate along those lines with the words: “I will be with you.” Can even “the humblest man on the face of the earth” plead unworthiness after that?

But I don’t know Your essence, says Moses. How can I present myself as a messenger when I can’t explain the nature of the One who sent me?

So G-d tells him who He is.

They won’t believe me when I say that G-d sent me.

G-d rebukes Moses for slandering His people. Yes, they will believe you. Whatever else you say about them (and there’s lots to say), they are believers. But if you’re not convinced of their faith, here’s a few magic tricks you can perform.

Moses’ excuses are running out. He tries: But I have a speech impairment. A leader needs to give speeches, you know.

G-d’s answer is so obvious it hardly needs repeating.

So Moses finally just cries: O please, my G-d, don’t send me. “Send by the hand of him whom You shall send.”

Why, indeed, is Moses acting so strangely? His brothers and sisters are languishing under the taskmaster’s whip; Pharaoh is bathing in the blood of Jewish children. The moment for which the Children of Israel have hoped and prayed for four generations has finally come: G-d has appeared in a burning bush to say, “I am sending you to redeem My people.” Why does Moses refuse? Out of humility? Because he’s not a good speaker?

Our sages interpret the words, “Send by the hand of him whom You shall send,” to mean: send by the hand of him whom You shall send in the end of days, Moshiach(the Messiah), the final redeemer of Israel.

The Chassidic masters explain that Moses knew that he would not merit to bring Israel into the Holy Land and thereby achieve the ultimate redemption of his people. He knew that Israel would again be exiled, would again suffer the physical and spiritual afflictions of galut (if Moses himself would have brought the Children of Israel into the Holy Land and built the Holy Temple, they would never have been exiled again and the Temple would never have been destroyed, since “all Moses’ deeds are eternal”). So Moses refused to go. If the time for Israel’s redemption has come, he pleaded with G-d, send the one through whom You will effect the complete and eternal redemption. For seven days and nights Moses contested G-d’s script for history, prepared to incur G-d’s wrath upon himself for the sake of Israel.

(This extreme form of self-sacrifice, in which a man like Moses jeopardizes his very relationship with G-d for the sake of his people, was to characterize Moses’ leadership throughout his life. When the people of Israel sinned by worshipping the Golden Calf, Moses said to G-d: “Now, if You will forgive their sin–; and if You will not, blot me out of the Book which You have written.”)

Nor did Moses ever accept the decree of galut. After assuming, by force of the divine command, the mission to take Israel out of Egypt, he embarked on a lifelong struggle to make this the final and ultimate redemption. To the very last day of his life, Moses pleaded with G-d to allow him to lead his people into the Holy Land; to his very last day he braved G-d’s anger in his endeavor to eliminate all further galut from Jewish history. In Moses’ own words: “I beseeched G-d… Please, let me cross over and see the good land across the Jordan, the good mountain [Jerusalem] and the Levanon [the Holy Temple]. And G-d grew angry with me for your sakes… and He said to Me: Enough! Speak no more to Me of this matter…” (Deuteronomy 4:23-26).

Says the Lubavitcher Rebbe: G-d said “Enough!” but Moses was not silenced. For Moses’ challenge of the divine plan did not end with his passing from physical life. The Zohar tells us that every Jewish soul has at its core a spark of Moses’ soul. So every Jew who storms the gates of heaven clamoring for redemption continues Moses’ struggle against the decree of galut.