A burning bush that talks would probably make most of us stutter, but Moses, or Moshe, had a speech impediment even before his divine shrubbery encounter.
Why did God ask this shepherd “with a heavy tongue” to be a spokeman? Jason Lieberman, an advocate for the contemporary disabled, takes a stab at the answer.
Please note the narrator for this weeks Parashat ha-Shavua (פָּרָשַׁת הַשָּׁבוּעַ “Torah Portion”) has Cerebral Palsy. Read more about Cerebral Palsy in Jason’s bio (here).
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