Moshe Rebeynu

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Friday, December 28, 2018


Shalom, Shalom. We commence this DEVAR TORAH by focusing upon the call to the work of the ministry experienced by the NAVI MOSHE. The SIDRAH discloses that prior to the BURNING BUSH experience, the NAVI MOSHE underwent what may be termed as the development of DEDUCTIVE THINKING.

Why DEDUCTIVE THINKING? In TARYAG MITZVOT, there are 613 laws. Two hundred and forty-eight of those laws are positive. Three hundred and sixty-five of those laws are negative. Those negative laws may be described as things not to do. To effect action in the things not to do requires DEDUCTIVE THINKING. This is based upon the idea that ACTION is the effect of what one thinks either on the CONSCIOUS or SUBCONSCIOUS LEVEL. The development of DEDUCTIVE THINKING is the development of a THOUGHT LIFE of things not to do. The effective leader is one who leads by both word and example. The NAVI MOSHE commences this journey of the development of things not to do, that is, DEDUCTIVE THINKING, after killing an EGYPTIAN who had abused a HEBREW MAN. His desire to employ force as a way of EFFECTING REDEMPTION had to be dealt with. The response and reaction he had experienced taught him what not to do, yea, the preparation of an EFFECTIVE LEADER preceded his calling. DEDUCTIVE THINKING is over fifty percent of what needs to be taught to those who will unfold EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP.

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