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Parashat Sh'mot (January 10, 2015)
by Warren Klein

I COULDN’T HELP but notice the important role that water plays in the first two chapters of the book of Exodus. Beginning with Pharaoh ordering the midwives to cast every newborn Israelite boy into the Nile (1:22), to baby Moses being found in the river by Pharaoh’s daughter (2:5-6), and lastly, Moses meeting his future wife at a well in the desert (2:16-17). In fact, water continues to play a role in the life of Moses and the Israelites from the departure from Egypt to wondering through the desert.

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