For the Greater Good / Parashat Yitro

Rabbi Nachman seems to hint at a personal parallel - between himself and Moses. Although a tzadik sacrifices himself on the altar of the freedom granted his community, he is rewarded with a higher freedom; to intervene in, and change, God's words.

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As part of the preparations Moses makes prior to receiving the Torah at Mount Sinai, he is commanded by God, "Go unto the people, and sanctify them today and tomorrow, and let them wash their garments"...