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It was his most courageous act. But what did it achieve?
He had always been known as the faithful servant. But this time his words were brash. Brazen. Almost impudent. Dangerously so.
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...
"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?"
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...
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?
Have you ever been so stressed that you wanted to punch a hole in the wall? A business concept called an “anger room” provides the opportunity to break useless junk in a controlled environment, purportedly to release stress and frustration. Anger manageme...
Why was the more holy object broken, while the less holy stayed whole?
Which was Moses’ greatest achievement? Taking the Jews out of Egypt? Splitting the Red Sea? Receiving the Torah from G‑d and transmitting it to humanity?
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