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1314 BCE Moses Departs Midian
After seven days of contention with G-d at the burning bush (see entry for "Nissan 15"), Moses... Read More »
1313 BCE Red Sea Splits
On the eve of the seventh day after the Exodus, the Children of Israel found themselves trapped... Read More »
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...and so it is with every created thing: if the letters of the "ten utterances" with which G-d created the world during the six days of creation were to depart from it for but an instant, G-d forbid, it would revert to absolute nothingness
– Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi

In each one of us there is an Egypt and a Pharaoh and a Moses and Freedom in a Promised Land. And every point in time is an opportunity for another Exodus.

Egypt is a place that chains you to who you are, constraining you from growth and change. And Pharaoh is that voice inside that mocks your gambit to escape...

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