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When the Jews encountered the red sea and they had the Egyptians closing in behind them, they broke up in to four camps: Where should they go? What should they do?

Beshalach – Four Squared

Beshalach – Four Squared

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January 29, 2012
splitting of the Sea of Reeds
What wonderful perspective; it provokes much thought and compels one to change ones views and lifestyle. also profound is the appeal to the Jew, not to keep quiet and apologize for Torah and Torah driven lifestyle, for the world/Mitsrayim, is waiting for the example. Thank you!!!!
Ruth Jordan
South Africa
January 18, 2008
wonderful
great lesson, esp. about how the Rebbe was put in his position.
Roxanne (goy)
February 11, 2006
Beshalach
Excellent teaching. Indeed the layers of Torah are many. Thank you. I had always looked at these groups as whinners with no backbone, fearful. Now I have more respect!!! and insight. Again great teaching.
Anonymous
Lewisburg, WV, USA
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