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  • I am the true hero of the story of Passover
  • I have all the heroic accomplishments and heroic attributes of a great leader. I am the greatest prophet in Judaism. I feel like I should be mentioned in the Haggadah
  • I am Don Yitzchak Abarbanel, one of the greatest Jewish Philosophers. I am going to describe how the Torah presents Moses's background and the stages of his spiritual growth
  • To start off there were three stories that were juxtaposed: the murder of the Egyptians, the two Hebrews who were fighting, and the daughters in Midian. These stories follow how Moses grew up in the house of Pharaoh and his virtues
  • It was said that Moses grew up in Pharaohs house to learn the royal manner and attitude, but that was not the case. The 3 stories indicated that he grew up that if his own heart and spirit
  • These experiences transformed him to a point where he couldn't experience people being treated unfairly. Moses felt so strongly about it, he got the courage to speak up against oppression
  • From Moses'whole experience, we learn that he has the characteristics for a prophet
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