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Moses was chosen to be the first Jewish leader because of the rare type of leadership he displayed.
Duck, here comes some mud...
It has been said that negative campaigning is "as American as Mississippi mud." So is there anything we can do about it?
The Temple is in the past, but it will also be in the future. Hence it teaches us about the present
Moses, my master, annihilate them (11:28) "Annihilate them" - Appoint them to a position of leadership, and they will deteriorate of their own accord… - Rashi's commentary After the passing of Rabbi Shmuel of Lubavitch, the elder chassidim gathered and de...
The goodness the king gives to his people reflects his exaltedness.
The goodness the king gives to his people reflects his exaltedness.
Question: How did you become a rebbe? Answer: What do you do if they put the key in your pocket and walk away?
There are many similarities between Maimonides and the Alter Rebbe, the Founder of Chabad Chassidism. They both faced extreme opposition to their teachings, yet the opposition fell away. Eventually, their detractors became ardent disciples.
Leaders, above all, should be capable of acknowledging when and how they had erred, and how to put it right.
A shattered people must be rebuilt. How does Moses proceed?
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