Summer Yom Iyyun 2018
According to the Hasidic master, the Ma’or vaShemesh, Moshe is the epitome of a great leader. This is not because Moshe always makes the right decisions, but because he admits his mistakes and shifts his leadership style accordingly. Moshe demonstrates that the role of the Tzaddik, the teacher and leader of a community, is not to tell people to do teshuvah, but rather to inspire people to do teshuvah through the power of his own example. He asks us to reevaluate not only what it means to be a powerful leader but also what it takes to learn from one. Featured at the 2018 Summer Yom Iyyun.