Category Archives: Parsha 13 – Sh’mot

Shmot 5772 – Pharaoh’s Bad Marriage

Exodus 1:10  Come on, let us deal wisely with them; lest they multiply, and it come to pass, that, when there falleth out any war, they join also unto our enemies, and fight against us, and so get them up … Continue reading

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Sh’mot 5769 – Girls on the Left; Boys in the River

Exodus 1:16 if it be a son When a woman marries, ideally she leaves her father’s people and joins her husband’s. Hebrew women were as accustomed to this institution as were their contemporaries. Pharaoh knew that their daughters would be … Continue reading

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Sh’mot 5768 – 2nd ed. or “Forget Not the Humble”

Someone pointed out that my previous post on Sh’mot was more than a smidgeon confusing. I didn’t express my train of thought well, and left out too much information. Thank you! That’s just the kind of criticism I need. Here’s … Continue reading

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Sh’mot 5768 – Where’s OSHA When You Really Need Them?

Exodus 1:13-14 “And they made their lives bitter with hard bondage…” Only Women Bleed? So says Lita Ford, but the truth is somewhat different.The hard labor to which Israel was put may explain part of the disparity between the numbers … Continue reading

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