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Netzavim-Vayeilech: ‘Perfectly Candid’

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[1] Kesuvos 105

[2] Divrei Aggadah

[3] See Shmuel 2, chapter 11-12 where the prophet Nosson utilizes a similar tactic in getting Dovid HaMelech to realize the mistake he made.

[4] 31:8

About the Author: Rabbi Dani Staum, LMSW is the Rabbi of Kehillat New Hempstead, as well as Guidance Counselor and fifth grade Rebbe in ASHAR, and Principal at Mesivta Ohr Naftoli of New Windsor. He can be reached at stamtorah@gmail.com. Visit him on the web at www.stamtorah.info.


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