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The womanly strain in the “Song at the Sea”
The womanly strain in the "Song at the Sea"
Did the women actually sing? And why the musical instruments?
After the great miracle of the Splitting of the Sea, Moses led the Jewish people in singing praises to G‑d. The Torah then describes how Miriam led the women in singing their own song of praise, while dancing and playing musical instruments: Miriam, the p...
For the Haftarah of Parshat Haazinu, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
By overcoming the darkness, the light is greater than it would have been without the difficulty.
Something Spiritual on the Seventh Day of Pesach
There is no one Torah model of leadership. We are each called on to fill a number of roles .
Do you remember your bar or bat mitzva and the heady excitement of entering a new stage in life, with endless possibilities stretching before you?
When language aspires to the transcendent, and the soul longs to break free of the gravitational pull of the earth, it modulates into song.
10 Shevat 5732 · January 26, 1972
At the time of the Song of Moses, the Jews were in the midst of a great journey through an awesome desert. They had yet to reach, conquer and establish a Jewish homeland. By contrast, at the time of the Song of Deborah, the Jews were already settled in th...
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