Parshat Bo (10:04)
G-d told Moshe to take the energy of Pharaoh and bring it into our new life. Rabbi Dovber Pinson explains the Zohar's interpretation on the week's Torah portion. The horse and rider that were drowned in the Sea of Reeds referred to two approaches in life: living freely like a wild horse; and the responsible, mature life mirroring the rider that controls the horse
Rabbi DovBer Pinson (42)
Torah Lights: The Tenth Plague (6:56)
Pharaoh finally understands that G-d means business and lets the Jews go. Rabbi Shlomo Riskin contrasts Israel, the first born of G-d and the first born of Egypt, including Pharaoh himself. Rabbi Riskin goes back to the first encounter between Moses and Pharaoh to understand the parallels.
Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin (39)