Moses, Pharaoh and The Ten Plagues – A Parable. Passover Trilogy, Part III

MOSES: Means — “drawn out/pulled out [of water].“ The Moses factor ‘draws us out’ and lead us out of psychological bondage. The “water” aspect of his name symbolizes a balanced state of empowerment and fluidity. ISRAELITES: The arduous journey to illumination and spiritual discipline. The Israelites rebelled against spiritual discipline. They symbolize our defiant natures. …

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Will the Real Passover Please Stand up? Passover Trilogy, Part II

Now that I’ve ruffled some feathers or raised some hackles with PART I, I’m going to (hopefully) redeem myself. After all, Pesach (Passover) is all about redemption. Passover is a special time to focus on on liberating ourselves from all the oppressive behaviors and influences holding us down. In the retelling of the Passover tale …

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The Exodus: Fact or Fiction? The Passover Trilogy, Part I

Shemot/Exodus 12Could 600,000 men, plus women and children, (an estimated two million people) along with a “multitude of flocks, herds and cattle” have crossed the entire length of the Sinai desert, without leaving a shard pottery behind? (Exodus 12:37-38) I’m going to say, no. If a couple million humans and herds of animals crossed the …

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