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Splitting of the Sea, The

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As a roadblock, it was a fiction. As a miracle, it became real.
There are no obstacles, only miracles waiting to happen.
Life Lessons from Parshat Beshalach
How to Move Forward Despite Adversity
Shortly after leaving Egypt, the children of Israel found themselves in an impossible situation, stuck between the sea in front of them and the Egyptian army chasing them from behind. The proper response contains a powerful lesson in surmounting seemingly...
When faced with the seemingly impossible, it is beyond logic, beyond nature. You just have to move. You have to know where you need to get, and refuse to let anything stop that . . .
A lesson on why the Jews needed to travel through the Red Sea
Dear Rabbi, Why did the Israelites have to pass through the Red Sea? On my map of the Middle East, the route from Egypt to Israel is directly through the desert. The sea is totally out of the way. G‑d led them on a detour, trapping them between the sea an...
A Lesson from the Splitting of the Sea
Moving forward is easier said than done. Especially when we rationalize that maybe it wasn’t so bad where we were, or maybe we should just invest our energy trying to change what we have no power over. Sometimes we might just even want to give up. Or it m...
The journalists are ready with their poised cameras. Then the veil is drawn aside, and one hears an involuntary gasp from the crowd. The Splitting of the Sea was something like this, and more...
Believing in a Higher Power is one thing; but believing in a Higher Power who is in control at every moment is another.
The splitting of the Sea of Reeds is the prototype for all events in history, when G-dliness was made evident: prophecy of sort, a curtain removed, truth revealed.
Question: Did Pharaoh accompany his army when they went after the Israelites? If so, did he die with them? Answer: We read in Exodus 14 that Pharaoh personally led his army against the Jews. There are differing opinions in the Midrash Mechilta Beshalach 2...
The spiritual significance behind the miracle of the splitting of the Red Sea upon the Jewish people’s exodus from Egypt.
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