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Daily Thought
Moses took ownership of the dark as well as the light. He argued not just for the righteous, but also for those who had failed. When the people angered G‑d with a golden calf only 40 days after the revelation of Absolute Oneness at Mount Sinai, Moses had to admit they had wronged. Yet he did more than plead for them: he put his entire being on the line for them. “Forgive them!” he demanded. “And if you do not forgive them, then wipe me out from...
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