In the Torah portion of Va’era we’re introduced to Moshe (Moses) and Aaron – two greats of the Jewish people. Sometimes Moses is mentioned first in the verse and sometimes Aaron is mentioned first. Why is this so? It’s explained that they were both equally as great. But that raises another question: How could that be? Everyone knows Moses and that he was the great leader of the Jewish people and the greatest prophet of Israel. How could it be that they were equal in greatness? Rabb Ari Enkin shares…
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AGAIN…a RIVETTING short shiur, driving home a point that can be fluffed up for hours….but delivered STRAIGHT to the heart and mind. With such ENERGY and enthusiasm.