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A River Runs Through It (Vayelech)

Preview: Parshat Vayelech tells the story of Moshe’s last day of life. Per Rashi, it takes place exactly 120 years from the day of Moshe’s birth. And, indeed, there’s a way in which the account of Moshe’s last day brings him “full circle,” all the way back to the account of his birth; both accounts are very short, but their similarities are intriguing… 

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