Bamidbar is translated as “in the wilderness.” It derives from the Hebrew root words dabar דבר which means “talk” and medaber מדבר which means “speak.” Root words are always significant in Jewish exegesis. The Zohar tells us that before the Israelites went out into the desert wilderness, they had lost their ability to tell their …
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