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Breaking of the Tablets

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Why in Heaven Did Moses Break the Tablets?!
Upon learning of the grave sin of the golden calf, Moses descends the mountain and breaks the tablets. Why the need to break the tablets, instead of simply not giving them to the Jewish people?
Does morality have any influence on a person's physical strength? A new discovery by scientists reflects ancient wisdom on the subject while providing new insight into a curious yet popular Jewish expression of appreciation.
After reading this brave boy's words, I couldn't help but wonder: how could such a young boy demonstrate this inner fortitude in a moment of so much anguish?
Fed up with the corruption and immorality he had seen at Pharaoh's palace, Moses had all but given up on bettering the world. He had come to terms with living the life of a private citizen, and began to focus on making local, instead of global, difference...
Our spiritual awakening in Step 12 takes us back to the very First Step; it reminds us how the spiritual lives we now have began out of darkness, chaos and void. It is now our job to once again transform our lives with light, order and fulfillment.
17th of Tammuz: History, Laws and Customs The Day Jerusalem’s Walls Were Breached RankRankRankRankRankRank
The fast of the 17th of Tammuz commemorates five tragic events that occurred on that date. The first dates back to the times of Moses . . .
This class explores the reasons why Moshe broke the luchos, the tablets, and the positive he meant to accomplish through their breaking.
"Why do you have these two pictures hanging on the wall next to each other, and why is one of them in such a nice frame and the other one just hanging there in a simple frame?"
Ki Tisa – Anger Management
Moses descends Mt. Sinai and shockingly encounters the Jewish people worshipping the golden calf. Tune in to discover how Moses dealt with his people's betrayal of G-d.
This can be compared to a king who went abroad, and left his betrothed with the maidservants . . .
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