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Breaking of the Tablets

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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 . . .
Is there ever a good reason to destroy a national treasure? A trip to the National Archives got me thinking about this subject...
The breaking of the Tablets? I thought we were past that? That was the beginning of the journey, 94 days ago. This was supposed to be its culmination! Are we turning the clock back?
If you’ve ever had this experience, you have unwittingly stumbled upon one of the core spiritual secrets of Creation: a three-fold pattern of vision-breakdown-transformation, or light-darkness-light.
1313 BCE
The Talmud (Taanit 28b) lists five tragic events in Jewish history that occurred on Tammuz 17, on account of which a fast was instituted on this day (see Laws & Customs"). The first of these occurred in 1313 BCE, forty days after the Giving of the Tor...
Rebellion, Aaron Plays for Time, Moses Return:, Punishment of the Guilty, Atonement, Second Tablets, G-D Forgives the People
It's too late. I'm too far gone. It'll never be the same. How many times have we heard those words? Or, worse still, said them?
When you find the Infinite, where will you put it? In your broken vessel? It will not stay. In a new, whole one? It will not fit...
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