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"Fighting In Shul" - Comments

1 Conrad Adelman on 2008 09 19

What a wonderful insight Moshe gives us:
We defined ourselves as a people in the eyes of Moshe when each tribe expressed the need, the desire to be as closer to the Torah as they could physically be. It wasn’t sufficient for the other tribes that the Torah be “housed” with the priests. Each tribe could come up with a reason for the Torah to be with the. But at the core, each wanted to become closer to the Torah and, as such, each would then be closer to H’m, B’H’m.

2 Kvetcher on 2008 09 23

Pretty intresting way of looking at it. I like it.

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