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Parshas Netzavim & VaYelekh 5777
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Gabriel Cousens, MD
Published 2 years ago |
"The word netzavim means “we are standing gathered.” As this parashah opens, all the people were standing before God and before Moshe, ready again to make their commitment anew..." ~ Torah As a Guide to Enlightenment (pp. 618)

Rabbi Cousens' commentary on Parshas Netzavim (Deuteronomy 29:9–30:20) and VaYelekh (Deuteronomy 31:1–30).

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