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Rav Hirsch says that Moshe Rabbeinu felt that the people were demanding something of him (and not Hashem) that they knew that he could not give them. It was something that they were demanding to be given in a natural and not miraculous manner. In his eyes, this shows that they knew that he was unqualified to be their leader, as he had argued at the very ...


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I believe the Gemara is saying that the only way a person could willfully sin thereby separating themselves from the One & Only, the Greatest Good Imaginable, & the Source of all life, blessing, & goodness is if he’s gone mad with lust & is literally out of his right mind, it therefore follows that a spirit of foolishness must have ...


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