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Moses was a descendent of Levi, who was not the eldest son of Jacob. We learn from this that there are people in this world who do not reach their potential. Providence could have made it that the leader of Israel would be the son of the Reuvenites, the oldest son of Jacob. In addition, we learn that in the event that no one steps up and takes the opportunity, a person will be chosen as an alternate. Since no one from the older tribes, Reuven or Shimon, realized the potential to lead Israel out of egypt and receive the Torah on Mount Sinai, Moses was called upon for these great tasks.

Torah Thoughts

Torah Thought For 10/18/98 From Pliskin's The Power of Words:
Torah Thought For 10/17/98 Dinover Rebbe on Honors:
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Torah Thought For 10/15/98 Relationships:
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Torah Thought For 10/13/98 Psalm 1 verse 2:
Torah Thought For 10/12/98 Vilna Gaon's Advice:
Torah Thought For 10/9/98 Chabad on Sukkah:
Torah Thought For 10/8/98 R. Kirzner on Humility:
Torah Thought For 10/7/98 Chofetz Chaim on Strife:
Torah Thought For 10/4/98 Adapted from R. Miller:
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Torah Thought For 10/1/98 Ps. 115 v. 18:
Torah Thought For 9/29/98 w quote from Buxbaum's Jewish Spiritual Practices:
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