A Man of Many Words
Parashat Devarim

Dena Weiss

As Moshe approaches his death and the people approach the border of the land, he seizes the moment to instruct them. He reminds them of how far they’ve come and how far they still need to go. If any other leader gave this speech, it would be remarkable—for its scope and its depth, and for the fact that it is its own entire book, a fifth of the Pentateuch. But the fact that this speech comes from Moshe is incredible, literally, since, when we first meet Moshe, the one thing he is afraid to do is speak.

A Man of Many Words
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